Monthly Archives: January 2013

More On Fire Safety

The picture above, taken in October 2012, is the one that kicked-off our row with Lancaster West management on the issue of public safety and emergency access in the Grenfell Tower area. It shows several vehicles belonging to the cleaning … Continue reading

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Fire Safety Scandal At Lancaster West

One of the concerns raised by the Grenfell Action Group when we were opposing the KALC development was the impact the loss of the Lancaster Road car-park would have on the community in the Grenfell Tower area. Because vehicular access … Continue reading

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Blakeman Scores Some Points

This blog has not always been kind to local Councillor Judith Blakeman, Leader of the Labour Opposition Group in Hornton Street, but we applaud the recent objections that she has made in response to the thuggish behaviour of the Planning … Continue reading

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A Small Victory

We received the following yesterday in an email from Peter Wright at RBKC, one of the head honchos for the KALC project: “Leadbitter have been instructed to re-open the n/s route across the site as soon as possible, while ensuring … Continue reading

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Support From The Open Spaces Society

The Grenfell Action Group are members of the Open Spaces Society and have benefitted much from the expert advice and guidance that we have received from them. The Open Spaces Society has expressed serious concern at the Council/contractors apparent disregard … Continue reading

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Rights-Of-Way Update

In response to a number of queries we directed to the Council, challenging the legality of the rights-of-way closures associated with the KALC works, we finally received the following response from James McCool, a Traffic Planner at RBKC: “There is … Continue reading

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