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Posters & Flyers

Hi folks, couple of things. Firstly a reminder that our residents winter get-together is this Sunday: From 6pm, 3rd floor roof terrace of Gaumont Tower. Click the thumbnail below to see the full size poster. Secondly, Maisie Collins has asked that I let you all know that she has changed the time and venue of her first meeting for anyone interested in her ‘Dalston Square Collective’ for freelancers and small business owners that reside on the Square. New details are on Maisie’s forum post HERE. Lastly, did we all receive the Holy Trinity Primary School flyer below (click on the thumbnail for the full size image), which I found in my mailbox earlier in the week? I intend to attend the meeting on Monday and will report back with my findings. A forum thread has also been started about this planned development HERE. Have a good weekend all!

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4 responses

  1. David Altheer

    Dear Mark Is this event on Sun 9 Dec 2012 and should I bring a bottle? Yours sincerely David Editor Loving Dalston Hackneys leading professional independent news website Twitter: @lovingdalston 020 7249 3242

    Friday, 7 December, 2012 at 1:05 pm

    • Did you take a look at the poster? 😉 Also note that this is a Dalston Square residents’ get together (who are welcome to bring their friends and/or family with them of course): It is not an ‘open to the public’ event.

      Friday, 7 December, 2012 at 5:21 pm

  2. FAB

    Hi Mark,

    We live in labyrinth Tower and have never received a invitation/flyer for the consultation on the new development on the Grounds of Holy Trinity Primary School.
    Thanks for posting this on the web, and thanks for who put the flyer in the elevator and entrance.

    Seems that Telford Homes does not want to advertise this and consult properly with the residents most affected by this development and that would have a big say, if they try to stay low and go un-noticed they might get away with it.

    Main question is WHY do they need to build a new school over an exisitng school to place and a 10 storey residential on top?

    Leave the school as it is or just make it better!

    Friday, 7 December, 2012 at 6:43 pm

    • I think the subject of the school is going to generate a lot of comment and therefore kindly ask that the above referenced forum thread is used rather than here on the website. This will keep all comments together in one place and is much better suited for long threads. Thanks guys.

      Friday, 7 December, 2012 at 7:08 pm

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