Casework: Kings Cross Mobile

Kings Cross Mobile was once a newspaper / refreshment stand. Since being taken over by a tourist/mobile repair company, its advertisements have gotten out of control, seriously impacting on the special character of the Conservation Area. They also use public land for private profit illegally – placing stands out on the street, using multiple A-boards,Continue reading “Casework: Kings Cross Mobile”

Casework: The Dolphin

The Dolphin on the corner of Bidborough Street and Tonbridge Street is a scourge on our neighbourhood. They allow ridiculous breaches of noise regulations on match days, dispose of waste inappropriately, advertise illegally over the local area, and most recently it has been found that they are acting as a key repository for AirBnb flatsContinue reading “Casework: The Dolphin”

Casework: Argyle Walk Regeneration

Argyle Walk is a notoriously lawless avenue, and has been so since the Victorian Era. There are no windows, multiple points of egress to run from Police, no CCTV, and hardly any windows. It seems not a day goes by without some issue. Whenever we visit the place, residents come out to petition us forContinue reading “Casework: Argyle Walk Regeneration”

Casework: Argyle School Wonky Railings – CLOSED

Repairing wonky damaged railings outside Argyle School. CLOSED – 11/10/2019 We raised concerns with Fraser Valdez from Camden that the railings outside the Primary School were both damaged and largely unnecessary. The purpose of such railings is to prevent dangerous crossing of the road. But the road is a cul-de-sac and as such the railingsContinue reading “Casework: Argyle School Wonky Railings – CLOSED”

Casework: Ethio Stores

We raised concerns that the area outside Ethio Stores on Judd Street is overly cluttered and detracts from the Conservation Area, Queen Alexandra Mansions, and also attracts litter and graffiti. The street clutter violates the local planning policy and Camden have the powers to order removal. However we prefer to try and communicate before takingContinue reading “Casework: Ethio Stores”