Peter J I Snell
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I have lived in Dalston for 26 years.

I was/ am s transport activist with No Through Road Campaign and London Cycling Campaign

As a community activist and founding Chair of London Fields Users Group and the Renewal Partnership I helped create the live work cultural quarter, east of London Fields.

For my professional I am the Secretary of the London housing group with the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health

For 7 years I was the east London local government manager for programmes worth £45m to reduce fuel poverty, assist the vulnerable maintain their homes and reduce the number of empty properties.

I am currently self-employed on fuel poverty, climate change and elderly resident support issues.

I am a member of the steering group where I am leading on energy efficiency and fuel poverty initiatives.
Built Environment, Energy, Green Economy

Peter J I Snell's Blog

Having your say on the future of Dalston

Posted on January 3, 2014 at 12:30 0 Comments

Over recent months I've posted a number of blogs about Dalston development issues here and on the Hackney Unites websites.  Here is an article I've written for the Hackney Society with links to each and a summary of what Hackney Unites is trying to do in mobilising local communities to get a better deal from new developments.  If you want to get involved with their Dalston Futures project fill out the questionnaire attached (and on their website) to join their mailing list for future…


A Dalston Greenprint

Posted on January 1, 2014 at 15:53 1 Comment


New Year, new skills.  I think I've finally managed to convert to pdf and attach the list of local demands for the future of Dalston that emerged from the Dalston Peoples Festival last July.  The delay is not all my fault as it took ages to get everyone to respond with amendments and some never did.  If this works I might even post some photos too.  If not…


Dalston Futures

Posted on November 18, 2013 at 17:17 0 Comments

Hackney Unites are going places in engaging the local community to press for regeneration in Dalston that better benefits us all.  They did post the report I wrote on the "Making a difference..." event at the Dalston Peoples Festival back in July.  You can find it at; I've now worked through that report and included all the policy ideas into a Dalston manifesto which I hope to…


Kingsland Shopping Centre Redevelopment; What we want.

Posted on September 25, 2013 at 13:18 0 Comments

I've finally sent Hackney Unites a 15 page report I wrote on the planning and regeneration theme I organised for their Dalston Peoples Festival.  We'll add a link from this site once it gets posted on their website. Since the impact of the proposed redevelopment of Kingsland Shopping Centre was a big issue throughout the Festival I've sent the developers a summary of our concerns and attach it below. They did promise to submit an applciation this September but seemed to have made no effort…


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