Oval Triangle to get makeover

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The ‘Oval Triangle’ is an informal name for the triangular green space opposite the mexico viagra no prescription'>mexico viagra no prescription Oval Station (see aerial photo). The official name for the space is curiously “Kennington Oval” (see sign). The space is due to have a makeover as part of the TfL Oval Junction improvements which will be completed by March/April. Improvements include: […]

TVS Submission On Vauxhall Cross Consultation

The latest TfL ‘Consultation’ on Vauxhall Cross concluded on Sunday 17th January 2016.  Our response is summarised below   The Vauxhall Society (TVS) takes the view that Vauxhall Bus Station should not be demolished, deroofed or otherwise diminished. TVS further takes the  view that TfL has yet to establish a clear case for moving from one- to  two-way […]

Now even the Evening Standard’s saying  TfL and its Lambeth Council toadies  mean to ‘demolish’ Vauxhall Bus Station

Well, there it is, in print  (see this Evening Standard article) Vauxhall Bus Station is for the chop, if Lambeth Council and Transport for London have their way. Whatever you may want. On 12 January, five days before the closing of Transport for London/Lambeth Council’s bent ‘consultation’ on Vauxhall Cross, the Evening Standard ran a […]

News just in – new archaeological discovery on Thames Foreshore

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A line of levitra without prescription online'>levitra without prescription online stakes has recently been found on the Thames foreshore dating back to 920-800 BC. As yet we don’t know what the structure is, but it’s the latest addition to the best price on cialis already intriguing prehistoric foreshore site at Vauxhall. Previous finds include structures from the late Mesolithic period [see picture], the Bronze Age, and […]

Art historian urges Lambeth to find development partner and unlock potential of purpose-built Records Office/Archives Centre/ Gallery/Museum

Lambeth could make money by making more of its history, says the distinguished curator and art historian David Coke. In a letter to cialis on line'>cialis on line The Vauxhall Society, Coke says that Lambeth‘s archives are ‘second to none’ but are an asset councillors ignore, treating this treasure-house as ‘a cost and liability’. Coke urges Lambeth to get together […]

Kate Hoey speech on TfL plans for Vauxhall

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Kate Hoey gave a passionate defence of lonelybrand.com the Vauxhall Bus Station and www.fgedu.com support for Our Vauxhall’s plan backed by local architects, urban design specialists, transport engineers and local residents You can see her full speech in Parliament here and TfL’s response ‘parroted’ by Mr Robert Goodwill MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Transport). Once again TfL and Lambeth […]

Launching Vaux Pop

Vaux Pop is an opinion spot in which you are invited to have your say on matters to do with the beauty, character, history or public amenity of the Vauxhall parliamentary constituency area. Contributions of up to canada cialis generic'>canada cialis generic 300 words for publication, please, emailed to vauxhallcs@gmail.com with your name, address and telephone number. Your address and telephone number will […]

Letter from Kate Hoey MP to local residents and from Helen Monger to TfL

Below are two letters.  The first from Kate Hoey MP to all local residents and the second from Helen Monger (Chair of KOV Forum) to Nigel Hardy at TfL) I echo the sentiments of both letters and urge you to respond to the TfL Vauxhall Cross ‘consultation’ and reject their current proposal.  If the current […]