Campaigns

Feb 222018
 
CPZ Charges - The only way is UP & UP & UP

When you follow through to the ‘permit price page’, Haringey explains away the reasons for their action. “Haringey has reviewed its parking permit structure and is proposing full alignment with that used by the DVLA. In doing so, we have also referred to government and EU guidance on issues of public health and air quality standards.  See Read More…

Oct 182017
 
Result! Stroud Green to stay in Hornsey and Wood Green

Boundary Commission published it’s Revised proposals on 17.10.17 which sets out the new constituencies. Comments on the revised proposals can be submitted until 11.12.17. You can use the map on that page on their site to view the proposals, compare them with our initial proposals, your existing constituency and see how they relate to local government boundaries Read More…

Apr 242017
 

On the 19 April, 2017 The Boundary Commission put out a statement on their website regarding the newly announced General Election on the 8th of June 2017.   “This election will be held on the current Parliamentary boundaries, and will elect 650 MPs across the UK” The work of the Boundary Commission will continue as planned Read More…

Apr 092017
 
London Concrete is Back for More

Consultation Ends on the 18th April 2017  What are the changes London Concrete applies for? Documents attached to the application reveal the truth about what is really going on. The covering letter submitted by Vilna Walsh From FirstPlan on behaf of London Concrete gives details of what exactly this application is about: London Concrete planing application 2017 here  Read More…

Apr 092017
 

By Paul Soper Local residents will remember the battle against the establishment of the concrete factory in Cranford Way, just yards from a children’s playground at Chettle Court at the end of Mountview and Ridge Roads. Towards the end of last year I got the impression that London Concrete who operate this site were exceeding Read More…

Mar 092017
 
Boundary Commission 2nd pahse consultation

A map published by the boundary commission showing consultation response in Stroud Green Haringey where large numbers oppose being annexed to Tottenham Boundary Commission published the first phase consultation response and are now asking us to comment on those comments. The 2nd phase of the consultation will end on the 27 of  March 2017. To view the Read More…

Nov 252016
 
Boundary Changes in Stroud Green - Catherine West MP Addressing Public Meeting

Catherine West MP for Hornsey Wood Green addressing a public meeting held in Stroud Green (24.11.16) on the hotly opposed boundary changes.

“What the boundary Changes seeks to do is part of a package of measures which would leave the lords completely as it is, I don’t know what the view of the lords is, there are lots of experts in the lords, but there is nothing stopping them standing for an election, in my view… we could have an elected lords and reduce it from about 900 to maybe 300 and leave the commons as it is! That is my own view, and one which was made very eloquently by Pat Glass MP last Friday in the house of commons.”

Nov 212016
 
Constituency Boundary Changes are back 2016 - 2018

IF YOU DON’T WANT STROUD GREEN TO BE  IN TOTTENHAM Tell the boundary commission  NOW!!!! We only have until Monday 5th of December to respond to the boundary commission proposal to annex Stroud Green into Tottenham Like a bad penny, Constituency Boundary Changes are back on the agenda and a new process of consultation has just began (13.9.2016) We’ve Read More…

Aug 302016
 
2010 | CPZ in the news

last updated 17.11.10 Doctors in the borough will no longer pay £45 a year for a parking space, but will instead each have to shell out £240 for a permit to bring them in line with the charges other businesses face. Cabinet member Dilek Dogus backed the plans, saying: “I think it’s only right the Read More…

Aug 302016
 
2007-2009 | CPZ in the news

2009 10.12.2009 | Hornsey Journal Pressuree mounts for CPZ review CAMPAIGNERS are calling for a review on a controlled parking zone (CPZ) – saying jammed roads are driving residents round the bend. Councillors in Stroud Green have urged parking bosses to carry out a promised review insisting motorists in roads outside the Finsbury Park CPZ Read More…