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More on Murphy’s, a new plan from Segro. local talent, a warning and an Elders Meeting

Dear members Sadly, Covid is again (or still) around in our community.  If you are affected and need any help (shopping, collecting prescriptions, just a chat …) please let us know.  There are friends and neighbours willing to help.                                                                       ———————————————————————————- Our councillors’ views about the Murphy’s Yard proposals For anyone new to these emails,… Read more »

Anglers Lane, Holmes Road and Queens Crescent

Here is the message from Karl Brierley, Principal Transport Planner at Camden Council. We hope this will resolve some of the teething problems of the new traffic schemes, and we have asked for the signage issue to be treated as urgent. “Thank you for your follow up and patience in awaiting my response. Your email… Read more »

IARA objection to Spring Place depot 7.9.21

We would be grateful if you would add this further objection from the Inkerman Area Residents Association to the planning website.  We note the amendments proposed by Segro in their letter of 6 August 2021.  These amendments fail to address the fundamental problem with this application – namely, that this site is totally unsuitable for… Read more »

Regis Road Food Garden – objection to planning application

Application No: 2021/3453/P Inkerman Area Residents Association (IARA) is directly affected by this planning application and, based on our experience of the (already fully operative) site to date, we wish to oppose it for the following reasons. The site opened without prior planning approval and therefore without prior consultation.  Less than a week before it… Read more »

Really important planning battles that need your involvement.

Planning matters In the last email we told you about three major planning issues that affect the Inkerman Area. Here are the updates: Spring Place – Segro planned change of use – If you picked up a Camden New Journal this week you’ll see some of us standing outside the proposed depot protesting about the… Read more »

Let’s not let a commercial development wreck the area and other threats…

1. Spring Place a distribution Centre? Segro is a huge international property company – they boast they are the biggest in the UK with a capitalization of £11.7 billion. They want to open a warehouse and distribution centre at the old Addison Lee repair centre in Spring Place, the northern extension of Willes Road. Their… Read more »