Enfield Council are bidding for Liveable Neighbourhood funds from Transport for London to improve the streets of Angel Edmonton. We have until this Friday (31 January) to support them! Please respond here – take a moment to create an account if it’s your first time.
January 15, 2020 / admin / Comments Off on Snobs and newcomers? Our response to the Green Lanes Business Association*
Last week the Green Lanes Business Association (GLBA) wrote an extraordinary letter railing against the council’s Fox Lane Quieter Neighbourhood plans – and the residents who support them. Read it here.
December 13, 2019 / admin / Comments Off on Residents come together to support the Fox Lane low traffic neighbourhood
Recent local press would suggest that there is nothing but opposition to the plans for a low traffic neighbourhood in the Fox Lane area. This article, reposted with permission from Palmers Green Community website, gives another side to the story…
People living in Fox Lane and surrounding streets are welcoming Enfield Council’s idea of closing roads to create low-traffic neighbourhood (LTN) throughout the area and are calling on other residents to voice their support.
Have you responded yet to the council’s survey on the Fox Lane low traffic neighbourhood (LTN)? The survey closing date has been extended to 22 December. Read all about it on the Palmers Green Community website, and don’t forget to respond yourself here.
For a few hours on a sunny Sunday afternoon, Better Streets for Enfield transformed a couple of drab parking spaces next to Palmers Green High Street into a colourful ‘parklet’ for people to enjoy. Here’s how it was reported on the Enfield Council website…
Cycle Enfield celebrated the long-awaited completion of the A1010 scheme on Saturday 31 August. It kicked off with guided rides from four different town centres. The Ponders End, Edmonton Green and Enfield Town rides had at least 10 riders each, while a group of 30 rode from Palmers Green. The finish point was just off the new Salmons Brook trail on the A10 where the Alevi Foundation provided a generous Turkish lunch and Cycle Enfield laid on a range of events, including cycle taster sessions.