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Richard Matz
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The law on the use of e-scooters on public roads and pavements

Started Aug 26 0 Replies

I was tempted to get one of these until I looked at the Laws governing their use, although I don't see much evidence of it being enforced.From the TFL website:Electric scooters and powered…Continue

The Big Green Bookshop to be reincarnated in Wood Green's Blue House Yard! Huzzah! Please support!

Started Aug 14 0 Replies

"Hi everyone,I, Tim am writing this from inside our brand new shop after picking up the keys today. I’m excited, but I’m hiding it well.Okay, both of those are lies. I’m not in the shop right now (as…Continue

The New Siemens 717 Trains being trialed from Moorgate

Started Jan 31 0 Replies

Govia Thameslink Trains has concluded a financing deal which will allow it to replace the current 1976 vintage 313 units that run on services from Moorgate. The 25 new trains, built by Siemens, will…Continue

The Changing Years: The History and Development of Wood Green

Started Aug 26, 2018 0 Replies

A silent film with written commentary researched for London’s Screen Archives by Zoe Roberts in Spring 2017…Continue

 

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The law on the use of e-scooters on public roads and pavements

I was tempted to get one of these until I looked at the Laws governing their use, although I don't see much evidence of it being enforced.From the TFL website:Electric scooters and powered transportersIt is illegal to use electric scooters (e-scooters) and powered transporters on public roads and pavements in London. This includes cycle routes and pedestrian-only areas.The Department for Transport decides which vehicles are legal to use, and it is currently illegal to use electric scooters and…See More
Aug 26
Richard Matz posted a discussion

The Big Green Bookshop to be reincarnated in Wood Green's Blue House Yard! Huzzah! Please support!

"Hi everyone,I, Tim am writing this from inside our brand new shop after picking up the keys today. I’m excited, but I’m hiding it well.Okay, both of those are lies. I’m not in the shop right now (as we don’t have anything in it just yet) and I’m really not hiding how exciting this is.So, here are the headlines:1 – We have the keys to a new shop in our new home in the Blue House Yard in Wood Green!2 – We’ll be opening on Tuesday next week. We’re going to do an official launch soon, but we’ll be…See More
Aug 14
Richard Matz replied to Chris Mc's discussion Myddleton Road - Fines for tables and chairs!
"If anyone's got access to the Twittersphere and can highlight this t'Council, that would be helpful. The whip-hand of publicity!"
Jul 13
Richard Matz replied to Chris Mc's discussion Myddleton Road - Fines for tables and chairs!
"If you have a profile on Haringey Online, please contribute to this discussion as threads can quickly disappear given the volume of posts there. Haringey Online"
Jul 12
Richard Matz replied to Chris Mc's discussion Myddleton Road - Fines for tables and chairs!
"Check the Land Registry for the boundaries of your property. Some of the original buildings on Myddleton Rd had front gardens included in the boundary. In more enlightened parts of Town, these boundaries are discreetly marked with metal…"
Jul 12
Richard Matz replied to Chris Mc's discussion Myddleton Road - Fines for tables and chairs!
"Please publicise the time, date and venue of this meeting to maximise participation & consultation. Thanks "
Jul 12
Richard Matz replied to Chris Mc's discussion Myddleton Road - Fines for tables and chairs!
"Here's the original letter to local Councillors dated 25/03/19 detailing our findings and grievances. The stats (diligently compiled by Emma Killick) make for startling reading  Letter to Councillors 25/03/19 "
Jul 12
Richard Matz replied to Chris Mc's discussion Myddleton Road - Fines for tables and chairs!
"A group of us at The Prince pub (by the Obelisk) have been lobbying local Councillors to investigate this since March after the pub was fined for putting furniture on the green and outside the pub itself. The leaseholders are more than willing…"
Jul 11

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At 10:18 on July 20, 2015, Caroline Simpson said…

If you email me direct then I willl  send you copies of the Land Registry that i purchased earlier this year.

caroline@qurna.org

The Haringey Licensing Dept also sent me a mail last week and i will send you that also.

Caroline

At 9:50 on September 7, 2012, Richard McKeever said…

Hello Richard

Welcome to Bowes and Bounds Connected. I hope you'll find it a useful way to connect with neighbours and learn about activities happening locally.

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