In the coming weeks the developer of the Holloway Prison site, Peabody, will put out a consultation asking for the community’s thoughts on their draft master plan – it’s only a draft and the community can still have our say, writes Will McMahon, Community Plan for Holloway.
The Ultra Low Emission Zone and Congestion Charge were suspended at the height of the coronavirus outbreak in London when there was concern about key workers’ ability to get to work safely, writes Caroline Russell, Green Party London Assembly member.
It is heartening to hear that staff in care homes are among those formally recognised for their essential work in the current crisis, writes Caroline Joy, member of the Independent Monitoring Board at HMP Pentonville.
I absolutely support the government’s mantra that we will do “whatever It takes”, which is why I’m supporting Best for Britain’s campaign to extend the Brexit transition period, writes Davina Thackara, Corinne Road, Tufnell Park.
Shortly before the world turned upside down, I was lucky enough to be at BBC 6 Music event in Camden, where Tony Visconti, the great producer behind David Bowie’s Berlin-period albums, and The Stranglers’ JJ Burnel were interviewed by Liz Kershaw.
In light of the coronavirus public health emergency, I have today written to Islington’s chief executive, Linzi Roberts-Egan, asking that she immediately halt the removal of the trees, writes Meg Howarth, Ellington Street, Islington.
I spent the oddity that was the turn of the millennium (or the turn of 1999/2000, at least) at a small party in a derelict school hall, wearing a dress, playing with my then-band in front of a handful of friends and, bizarrely, my former teacher.
Many of us who belong to the older generation and were captivated by the screen presence of Hollywood Icon Jean Simmons will have regretted her passing a decade ago on January 22, writes Walter Roberts, Brecknock Road Estate, Islington.