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10:10 – Wards Corner Moot

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Suggested tweets: Spurs players & Hollywood star blown away by #1010, thanks to Blackadder’s RichardCurtis * Doing nothing about climate change? Prepare to be blown away…

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September 30, 2010 at 1:44 pm

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Callout for artwork to enliven space and dying buildings

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The Wards Corner Community Coalition are inviting people who see the importance of reclaiming space from developers and making it something the community can enjoy to take action to make it happen!

Below is a brief for a piece of artwork that will breathe life back into a dying building and show Haringey Council and Grainger PLC that The Wards Corner Community Coalition is serious about its commitment to restoring the Wards Corner site. Please take a minute to have a look at the brief and/or pass on to all your artist networks for their involvement!

See here for the brief: http://wardscorner.wikispaces.com/Suffield+Road+Art+Project

Responses to: wardscornercommunity – at – riseup.net

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September 24, 2010 at 10:27 pm

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Profit-led public land disposal by Haringey

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Cabinet Tuesday, 14th September, 2010 7.30 pm

21. Disposal of Commercial Properties (Report of the Director of Corporate Resources – To be introduced by the Cabinet Member for Finance and Sustainability):

To seek authority for the disposal of the Council’ commercial properties on Lymington Avenue, Wood Green N22 together with the adjoining residential assets along Noel Park Road for regenerative development and for the proposed development and future disposal of the Council’s freehold commercial property interests at Gourley Place, Seven Sisters Road N15 to achieve regenerative outcomes for the borough and realise capital receipts from this opportunity sites. see maps at end of this doc@ http://www.minutes.haringey.gov.uk/Published/C00000118/M00004401/AI00022486/$20100914

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1. Purpose of the report

1.1 To seek Cabinet authority for the disposal of the Council’s commercial properties on Lymington Avenue, Wood Green, N22 together with the adjoining residential assets along Noel Park Road for regenerative development and to realise capital receipts from these under-utilised assets.

1.2 To seek Cabinet authority for the proposed redevelopment and future disposal of the Council’s freehold commercial property interests at Gourley Place, Seven Sisters Road, Tottenham, N15 to achieve regeneration outcomes for the borough and realise capital receipts from this opportunity site.

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September 15, 2010 at 11:02 pm

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