Originally there were Stoke Newington Forums. These were an opportunity for the entire neighbourhood to meet and communicate. They often formed the basis for expressing anger about various topics or Council policies and led to change. Sometimes they were poorly attended but often they could be lively. For example, they formed a focus for anger … More Lordship Ward Forum
The appeal on the refused planning application for the Avigdor site comes up in January and we wont know any more about this until then. In the meantime there is a new planning application to set up a temporary school on the site using a modular building. The proposal comes from Mr Mark … More The Avigdor Site
Minutes of the CAP meeting held on the 17th October 2012 at Lordship South Tenants Management Office at 6.45 pm. Present: Mr. Tony HARMS (Acting CAP Chair) Sgt Sue WIGHT 17GD PC MAGUIRE 345GD PC NASH 553GD PCSO TARDELLI 7199GD Miss. Amalia RODRIGUEZ (ASB Community Safety Officer) Mr. Allistar PLACE (Hackney Street Warden) Apologises: Mr. … More October Lordship CAP minutes
For the last few months the prostitution activity has declined on its traditional site on the corner of Lordship Park and Queen Elizabeth Walk though it has moved up the street towards Allerton Road. Now with the removal of the CCTV camera it appears as if there is some movement back. Reporting activity to the … More Lordship Community Action Panel
The NEW Stamford Hill Neighbourhood Forum The Council has received an application to set up a Neighbourhood Forum and Neighbourhood Plan for this area which will include four Council Wards – Springfield, Cazenove, New River and Lordship. This is nothing to do with the old Hackney Neighbourhood Forums but a new statutory body. This means … More The NEW Stamford Hill Neighbourhood Forum
Green Lanes Methodist Church to become seven storey tower block Plans to go ahead despite lack of affordable housing, as council is accused of dismissing residents’ concerns over plans for historic site Hackney citizen
Rabbi Herschel Gluck, has been awarded an OBE for services to interfaith understanding in the New Year’s Honours list and stoke Newington Jeweller Rosie Wolfenden has been awarded an MBE for services to fashion Best wishes to them both.