Category Archives: Neighbourhood planning

Linking organisations in the King’s Cross area

At its meeting on 5 December the Forum heard about progress in setting up the proposed neighbourhood forum. This needs to develop enough support throughout its large and diverse area and to determine its approach to neighbourhood planning. In doing … Continue reading

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Planning prospects in the King’s Cross area

At its next meeting, on 5 December, the Forum will have: A review of the past year (reported here). A discussion of the intentions for the coming year. The election of the officers for the coming year. The meeting will … Continue reading

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Planning applications for the Stanley Building and the combined housing blocks and school

At its meeting on 27 June the Forum was told by Robert Evans of Argent about the detailed plans for: Building E1 (offices around the Stanley Building). Building P1 (apartments above a school). These plans have now been submitted as … Continue reading

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Plans for the Stanley Building, a school and a park

At its next meeting, on 27 June, the Forum will hear from Argent about the plans for: E1 (the envelope of the remaining Stanley Building, formerly intended to house a health centre). P1 (apartments above a school). Handyside Park (the … Continue reading

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Applying for a neighbourhood forum for the King’s Cross area

At the meeting on 22 March representatives of several local organisations discussed the application for designating a neighbourhood forum that had been drafted by Forum members. They noted the difficulties and the effort levels needed in organising and maintaining a … Continue reading

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