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Corporation of London update on Wanstead flats fire

Councillors received the following update about the fire on Wanstead Flats. I’ve posted it on Facebook, but wanted to share it here as well so that as many people can see it as possible. I am sure lots of you … Continue reading

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Kuhn Way proposed closure – an update

Just a quick update to report a little more on the issue of the proposed closure of Kuhn Way, which I talked about in more detail in this post here. The papers for Strategic Development Committee have just been published. … Continue reading

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Supporting the Forest Gate Festival

If you, like me, are still on a high from the joyful, rainbow loveliness that was Forest Gayte Pride on Saturday, then now might be a perfect time to think about supporting another local event, the Forest Gate Festival. Every … Continue reading

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Kuhn Way

This blog post is all about the proposed expansion of Forest Gate Community School, and the idea of closing Kuhn Way. The reason I’ve been reasonably quiet on this so far is because I’m a member of the planning committee … Continue reading

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Thank you!

After the result. Me, Sasha das Gupta, and Anam Islam (left to right) A very quick blog post to say a heartfelt thank you. Last Thursday was the local election, and the residents of Forest Gate North voted overwhelmingly for … Continue reading

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Members Questions

Seyi writes… A couple months ago I made a commitment to ask more questions around the London Stadium and the £52.2million loan the Council has lost. I unfortunately couldn’t attend the Full Council meeting so submitted written questions instead. Please see … Continue reading

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Warmest Thanks

Seyi writes… ‘ello!  Happy New year!  I hope you all had a lovely Christmas and a well-deserved break.  Four years ago, Forest Gate North branch took a chance on a young 21 year old Labour activist and not only selected … Continue reading

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