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In praise of the untidy front garden...

Just to be clear, by "untidy front garden" I don't mean the "concreted over 10 bins crammed into a space the size of a postage stamp" front…

Started by Liz

6 on Saturday
Reply by Pamela Harling

Future of Hornsey Reservoir??

Walking past the Hornsey Reservoir yesterday afternoon, I noticed that the two large filtration tanks are now looking very desolate. A qu…

Started by Hugh

11 on Friday
Reply by Neil O'Shea

Pictures of the Future of the Hawes & Curtis SIte

Following Sam's publication of the sad demise of the old Oakwood Laundry, I've added below the latest set of visualisations of the site is…

Started by Hugh

17 on Friday
Reply by Christopher Fowler

Free Trees for your Garden from the Woodland Trust

The Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy, the Woodland Trust and Sainsbury’s are giving away 24,000 free trees by ballot to Londoners. The trees w…

Started by HoL Site Admin

2 on Friday
Reply by Mavic Starfish

A painting of Alexandra Park in Spring, once exhibited in Buckingham Palace, is now hanging in Green Lanes

Currently on display in SNUG cafe on Green Lanes (between Seymour and Hewitt Road) is a large art work by Christopher Green depicting Sprin…

Started by Liz

0 on Thursday

New Report Ranks Haringey as Second Worst for Fly-Tipping

A new report reveals that levels of fly-tipping within London are at all time high – total incidents increased by 14 per cent in 2016/17…

Started by HoL Site Admin

18 Oct 5
Reply by Billy Hole

After the Walk for Wildlife, how to take the next step

I said I'd go on a walk to save the swifts back in June so wild horses wouldn't have kept me away from Hyde Park last Saturday. The day daw…

Started by Liz

3 Oct 4
Reply by Liz

Haringey Revealed as 5th Most Dangerous London Borough for Pedestrians

In a report last week, The Guardian Newspaper reported  research by Dr Rachel Aldred at the University of Westminster. This revealed that…

Started by Hugh

26 Oct 1
Reply by Alan Stanton

Wireless Festival Licence to be Reviewed

The future of the Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park is uncertain following Haringey Council's  announcement of a licence review to take pl…

Started by HoL Site Admin

7 Oct 1
Reply by Tris

StART Flagged by RIBA as Changing the Game

Image: Rob Crawshaw StART were featured in an article about Community-led housing  in RIBA's journal this month. Red the article here.

Started by Hugh

1 Sep 29
Reply by Liza



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