Boring locations (HS2 holes, that is)

Apologies for lack of detail but this is the area to the north of The Greenway and Hoylake Crescent. Each blob appears to be a bore hole as described in the previous news update. If I get more information, I’ll add it to this post.

[ 22 Sep ]

Here are the symbols and legends (you can now click on the map above to see a larger version):

Environmental strategy: tell the Mayor what you think

This is blatantly nicked straight from the City Hall site:

London Environment Strategy consultation

In many ways, London’s environment is improving – but in other ways it is far from what it should be. Toxic air, noise pollution, the threat to our green spaces and the adverse effects of climate change all pose major risks to the health and wellbeing of Londoners.

We’ve been discussing environmental issues here on Talk London in recent months, and gathering your views through surveys too. Insight we’ve gathered so far has helped to inform the Mayor’s draft London Environment Strategy – proposals include measures to tackle London’s toxic air, make London the world’s first National Park City – with more than 50% of the city being green space, and reduce plastic bottle waste – and now we’d love to hear your thoughts on this.

Help shape the strategy by having your say in these discussions and surveys before 17 November. Just register or login to take part. If you represent an organisation, see this additional information.

Nick Hurd MP, on HS2 in our area

Some of this overlaps with the recent announcements from LBH, but it also contains a wider perspective from the Nick Hurd perspective. The sharp-eyed among you will notice some words missing from the end; please add, “…I respect that my working assumption is that it will go ahead, and therefore we need to keep working on this agreement to give ourselves the best possible protection.”

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