‘On yer bike!’, London community groups tell Nine Elms ‘consultation’

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The Vauxhall Society has joined The Battersea Society in backing the London Forum of Amenity and levitra free pills'>levitra free pills Civic Societies in pointing out ‘significant gaps and shortcomings’ in the proposals for public spaces (‘public realm’) in the Nine Elms glass canyon on viagra 6 free samples'>viagra 6 free samples the south bank of the Thames. The proposals come from ‘The Blob’, the nickname for […]

KOVF calls in Kate Hoey MP amid suspicion that TfLl/Lambeth are rigging Vauxhall Gyratory/Vauxhall Bus Station ‘consultation’

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If you have strong views on the Vauxhall Gyratory or the hauts-sarts.be impending demolition of www.chattbike.com Vauxhall Bus Station, or want to know more, get along to a public meeting on Tuesday 9 December. The meeting is to discuss if or how Vauxhall people want the traffic gyratory changed at Vauxhall Bridge, and the Kennington Oval and […]

Skyscraper scramble: meet the One Nine Elms ‘neighbours’

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What do best canadian pharmacy'>best canadian pharmacy the words ‘neighbourhood meeting’ mean to you? In Vauxhall these days, ‘neighbourhood meeting’ can mean a gathering organised by a smarmy public relations company in the pay of a Chinese property developer, Dalian Wanda, builder of Vauxhall/Nine Elms’ tallest skyscraper yet, One Nine Elms. This ‘neighbourhood meeting’ is on Tuesday 9 December. Do […]

‘£1 billion’’ Northern Line Extension railroaded through, and new crop of homes for the rich to be sold at New Covent Garden Market


Two vast foregone conclusions have just been concluded. Wandsworth Council has given planning permission for the redevelopment of New Covent Garden Market on the Vauxhall-Wandsworth boundary, while to please the developers the http://invasoresespaciales.com/100-mg-viagra Department of Transport has given London Underground permission to umhca.org start digging up Vauxhall to drive a Northern Line Tube Extension (NLE) from Kennington […]

Where’s Vauxhall Bus Station gone?

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Who runs Vauxhall, the politicians or the property industry? Or are both just parts of the same business? You have to ask yourself, when you see in the property press proposals for grassing over Vauxhall Bus Station to make a nice front garden for two new skyscrapers that, by the way, could become four and, […]

‘Who has said Vauxhall Bus Station cannot remain, and on what evidence?’

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The letter The Vauxhall Society published from South London clergy saying that the present Vauxhall Bus Station must stay has really set the cat among the pigeons. The letter has drawn replies which appear to show that a rift is opening between the bus station’s two enemies, Lambeth Council and Transport for London. ‘The exact […]

‘We’ve now gone from being ruled by Barclays Bank to being controlled by Berkeley Homes’

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Is Lambeth Council allowing property developers to fund the salaries of viagra without perscription council planning officers who are put to http://www.bccom-bc.com/where-to-buy-viagra work on natural cialis fast-tracking a developer’s planning application? If so, how many developers have bought their way into Lambeth planning? Who are they, what are the fecledmi.org developments, and how often were the eventual applications successful? If Lambeth does […]

Vauxhall Nine Elms & Battersea, Helicopters and Air Turbulence: the high price of high-rise living already includes two deaths – could there be more to come?

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Well, there you have it. The Vauxhall Society has all along warned Lambeth councillor and planners that they have been asleep at the wheel in allowing so many skyscrapers to cluster at Vauxhall Cross end of Vauxhall Nine Elms & Battersea ‘Opportunity Area’. Now comes the report of the Air Accidents Investigation Branch into the […]

Law and disorder in Vauxhall

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Ammonia-throwing, ‘whippets’ of nitrous oxide inhalant circulating in Vauxhall’s night clubs and roycmartin.com littering the streets, ‘pop-up parties’, ‘anti-social behaviour’, Vauxhall City Farm having to hire security staff, stabbings, Sainsburys’ shoppers robbed and threatened in daylight, a burgeoning Somali street gang, for two years a pest, caught on camera threatening people at knife-point. Staff in local […]