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We should applaud the LLDC’s effort to extend the areas existing conservation areas, because it is a key strategic move towards retention of the areas ‘factory town’ character and potential to continue a legacy of production, be it creative or industrial. Continue reading
CGI of proposed development of Vittoria Wharf, showing Stour Space to the left.
The Hackney Wick and Fish Island Planning and Development group have the following comments on the application to demolish one of the area’s renowned artist studio complexes. We urge all locals to take a look at the proposals at http://planningforms.newham.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=MOL98CSZ01L00 Be sure to send any comments through to email@example.com
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Richard Brown (chairing)
- Gas Bills
Hackney Wicked Festival Issues
Ford Ka in the yard
Asset listing news
Update on Red Line Boundary
Pedestrian Zone for Beachy and Roach Road
Richard Brown (chairing)
- Richard to find out more detail on the plans for the brisge, i.e demolition? Alternative? Suggest an alternative proposal?
- Richard to find members from each unit for correspondence
- Ashton from Unit 15 to update all on rules of the festival etc
- Haidee to order mail storage solution, collect funds from each unit.
- Minute Taker for meetings?
- Lee Wilshire to update us on pedestrian area to Beachy and Roach Roads
- Next venue in Vittoria Wharf for the CIG meetings
Next Meeting to be held on Tuesday 2nd July at 7pm
If you’d like to be a part of the group and receive full meeting minutes, contact Richard: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ground floor plan of Vittoria Wharf, showing the notional red line boundary between palm lane for sale area(to the right), and LLDC owned property due for future construction of pedestrian/cycle bridge
Members so far are:
- Lee Wilshire
- Simon Chouffot
- Evert Taihuttu
- Ashton Mullins
- Richard Brown
- Haidee Drew
- Anne-Marie Taberdo
- Colin Atkinson
- Allison Walker
- Joshua Strauss
- Neil McDonald
- Rebecca Whyte
The Vittoria Wharf cultural interest group is a newly formed community entity which reffers to the current community of artists studios in the Vittoria Wharf factory complex, Fish Island, East London.
This collection of building units has recently been listed as an ‘asset of community value’ under the new localism act. This means that if the buildings were to be put up for sale, there will be a six month period where only a not for profit community based entity will be able to purchase the buildings.
The aim is to create a regular point of contact between residents, business and practitioners in the Vittoria Wharf to discuss communal issues.
The first goal is to form a list of those residents and artists who would like to be part of the group. Ultimately, the group will need at least 21 members, although for now, the idea is simply to get people to together and being part of the group will bring no serious individual obligation, but group meetings will be encouraged as and when is necessary.
To be added to the group please send through your details and suggestions to me and I will create an email group. Please send me your full name, unit number and email address.
please send to: email@example.com
This page will eventualy list the minutes of meetings and the names of the members in attendance.