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Added by Cafe Morningside on November 12, 2014 at 15:00 — No Comments
Save Lea Marshes ran a competition in early 2014 entitled 'What I Love About the Marshes' and the winners formed part of a travelling exhibition that visited Dalston Curve Garden and Black Cat Cafe among other venues.
The twelve winning images have been put together in the form of an A3 full colour calendar which is now on sale in aid of our campaign.
Calendars are just £4.99 and can be purchased online on our website Shop Page here: …Continue
Added by Save Lea Marshes on November 8, 2014 at 17:40 — No Comments
Added by Sustainable Hackney on October 31, 2014 at 13:00 — No Comments
Thanks to everyone who came along to the public meeting on 13th October "The Big Green Pow Wow".
We've developed our draft response to the…Continue
Are you a natural creative when it comes to engaging people with environmental issues? And do you need funding to put your cool green project idea into action?
The 2014 Timberland Grant, running for the 5th time in partnership with Project Dirt, is now open for applications for five…Continue
Added by Friederike Hanisch on October 17, 2014 at 11:46 — No Comments
Save Lea Marshes and many others have presented objections to Hackney Council's planning application to build two extensive car parks on Hackney Marshes and to put a cricket pavilion on presently green open space.
Details of the plan are included on our blog here.…Continue
Added by Julian Cheyne on October 9, 2014 at 0:30 — No Comments
This giant banner advert for Adidas football boots appeared without warning in front of the Hackney Marshes Centre a couple of weeks ago with zero regard for the landscape or its statutory and planning policy protections.
Five years ago Hackney Council's planning consultants Firstplan were proud of overcoming…Continue
Added by Charlie on October 8, 2014 at 18:00 — No Comments
Our council is asking for your views on air pollution, walking, public transport, liveable neighbourhoods and other aspects of transport through two major consultations which close in October.
Did you know that the transport consultation includes proposals for increasing tree cover, introducing sustainable drainage systems and increasing food growing spaces?…Continue
Hackney Council has issued a draft Air Quality Action Plan 2014-2018 for consultation. Tell us what you think by adding your comments to this blog by 12th October and we will compile a response. Of course, do respond directly too if you wish. The closing date is the 24th October.
You can find our local environment audit of air quality and …Continue
We are very happy to join the Sustainable Hackney Community!
We are the first Peer-to-Peer and designers fashion rental marketplace.…
Added by Rentez-Vous on August 21, 2014 at 9:36 — No Comments
The council has published the draft of its 10 year transport strategy for consultation:
Comments need to be received by 5pm on Friday 24th October.
The full notice is below.
Please comment on how Sustainable Hackney…Continue
Big orange tigers with black and white stripes flying around Hackney!
If you happen to have seen a large, bright orange 'butterfly' recently you have probably seen a Jersey…Continue
Added by Russell Miller on August 8, 2014 at 19:00 — No Comments
We are creating an excellent local model but what future for global sustainability?
The SH AGM at Dalston's Eastern Curve Garden was another well attended, top networking event with over 50…Continue
Added by Sustainable Hackney on August 6, 2014 at 14:00 — No Comments
We are creating an excellent local model but ....
The SH AGM was another well attended, top networking event with over 50 people from all across the Hackney spectrum. We are doing really well and the network grows steadily everyday (over 600 networking on the SH website).…Continue
Added by Russell Miller on August 4, 2014 at 21:00 — No Comments
Transport for London is consulting again on Crossrail 2. They now want to know if we'd prefer to have a Crossrail 2 station at Dalston or Hackney Central. Apparently it will be cheaper than having stations at both. The Homerton option has completely gone from the agenda. Closes 25th July 2014.…Continue
Added by James Diamond on June 10, 2014 at 11:00 — No Comments
Hi! Have you been affected by or noticed changes in your area as a result of gentrification? The increased house prices, the effects on the environment and the changing social nature of Hackney?
My name is Georgie and I'm studying Geography with Economics at Queen Mary, University of London and doing my dissertation this summer on the spatial relationship between gentrification and race in Hackney. I am currently looking for research participants to take part in 45 minute interviews…Continue
Added by Georgie Parker on June 4, 2014 at 15:43 — No Comments
Congratulations to the Green Party for a strong showing in the elections held in Hackney last week. The Greens gained second place in the Mayoral, Council and European elections, confirming the growing support for the green agenda. Greens came second in 17 out of 21 wards showing good support across the borough.
The newly elected councillors and mayor will all be aware of the level of support for the green agenda in their wards - let's make sure they act on that in the next four…Continue
Added by Sustainable Hackney on May 27, 2014 at 11:55 — No Comments
Nick Perry of Stokey Local succeeded in persuading a High Court judge to grant leave for a judicial review (JR) of the Wilmer Place planning deicison. This is the second JR to be granted permission to proceed. It's complicated but there are two challenges (JRs) to two LBH planning decisions to allow Newmark Properties to build a Sainsbury's and block…Continue
Added by Russell Miller on May 23, 2014 at 18:30 — No Comments
Remember whoever you vote for the government always wins.
Which means what is misrepresented to us as 'democracy' is in reality nothing of the sort. Whether the control comes from Capital,…Continue
Added by Russell Miller on May 18, 2014 at 9:00 — No Comments