Bowes and Bounds Connected

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Matthew Kitching
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Haringey Council - development of Seven Sisters Latin Village

Started Oct 22, 2018 0 Replies

Interesting article in relation to Haringey and its approach to development and regeneration.  Not specifically in the B&B area but relevant to a contemporary and interesting local debate…Continue

Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matthew Kitching Nov 4, 2019. 3 Replies

Did you know that residents in Waltham Forest have successfully worked with their local council to create and join together a number of Low Traffic Neighbourhoods to reduce traffic and pollution and…Continue

Tags: pollution, neighbourhood, traffic, low

Better Streets and less traffic for Bowes and Bounds Green

Started Apr 30, 2018 0 Replies

One of the most important issues facing Bowes is traffic and pollution.  Please see below a link to a campaign run by a charity, the London Cycling Campaign.  Entering your name and postcode on the…Continue

Tags: election, pollution, traffic

Local support requested - Proposed development 26-28 Brownlow Rd

Started this discussion. Last reply by Matthew Kitching Mar 7, 2018. 6 Replies

OBJECTIONS SHOULD BE MADE BY 2ND MARCH 2018. Please could local residents (Enfield or Haringey Boroughs) consider a proposed development using the link below.  The developer wants to knock down two…Continue

Tags: objection, haringey, application, planning


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Latest Activity

Matthew Kitching commented on Cathy Herman's blog post Installation of 15m telecom monopole pluscabinets and dishes at end of Whittingtion Road
"Looking at the plans it doesn't seem to take up much pavement space. Would be good if this was a sign of 5G investment in the area."
15 hours ago
Matthew Kitching replied to Basil Clarke's discussion Seven North London councils funding a huge new incinerator that will undermine climate action
"Thanks to Karl for looking into this. My recollection is that NLWA focused on the Edmonton site after local residents challenged NLWA's plans to put a major waste processing plant at the Pinkham Way site opposite the Friern Barnet retail park…"
15 hours ago
Matthew Kitching replied to Basil Clarke's discussion Seven North London councils funding a huge new incinerator that will undermine climate action
"Is this the facility that means there won't be a waste plant on Pinkham Way?"
Lucia liked Matthew Kitching's discussion Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
Nov 7, 2019
Lucia liked Matthew Kitching's discussion Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
Nov 7, 2019
Matthew Kitching replied to Matthew Kitching's discussion Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
"Lots of detail and backup available on which is where a significant proportion of the campaign originates and whose members have been instrumental in getting us to this stage."
Nov 4, 2019
Matthew Clark replied to Matthew Kitching's discussion Low Traffic Neighbourhoods
"I wanted to let people know that Enfield Council have been taking forward an idea similar to this in concept. There are emerging plans for a Bowes Quieter Neighbourhood for which is currently in an early local engagement phase. You can find out more…"
Nov 4, 2019
Matthew Kitching replied to Daniel Cowan's discussion £80,000 to improve Bowes Park station
"Nice that funding is being made available although I understand that you don't get much for £80k on the railway. I'd like to see an additional couple of Oysrer card readers, however I think Oyster is a TfL system so perhaps GTR…"
Jun 28, 2019
Matthew Kitching replied to lucia brusati's discussion car clubs collection points in N11
"Lucia, Yes there is one on Warwick Rd opposite the Ranelagh pub."
Jun 28, 2019
Matthew Kitching replied to Tsveta Dimitrova's discussion DEMOLITION AND REDEVELOPMENT OF 35 MAIDSTONE ROAD
"35 Maidstone Rd appears to have disappeared?"
Apr 30, 2019
Matthew Kitching replied to Paul o'callaghan's discussion Warwick Road traffic calming
"You're quite right Barry it does. This sign was introduced some years ago when Haringey banned the left turn at the junction between Bounds Green Road and Brownlow Road at Bounds Green tube (on the grounds of pedestrian safety at that…"
Apr 26, 2019

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At 22:47 on February 5, 2017, Liz Wright said…
Hi Matt,

Just checking that this is the way to contact you outside the public debates..
At 20:32 on January 30, 2017, Liz Wright said…
Thanks for your response - look forward to hearing from you.
At 21:18 on December 12, 2012, Richard McKeever said…

Hello Matthew

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