Latest Activity

An event by Paul Lincoln was featured
Thumbnail

Golden Lane Bike project - results of resident consultation at Zoom

June 27, 2022 from 7pm to 8pm
Come to a zoom presentation on Monday 27 June from 7pm to 8pm In response to the pandemic, 2020 saw a major move towards encouraging cycling and walking in the City of London and across the capital. As an alternative to public transport and car use, making the most of the fresh air suddenly became very attractive. Golden Lane residents created an initiative to encourage increased cycling and walking. A grant application was made for funding to encourage cycling; refurbish existing bike sheds; add new public bicycle racks and create a set of safe and secure places for cycle storage. The grant application was made to the City of London Community Infrastructure Fund. The application was successful and detailed planning has now started to implement the project. Over the spring extensive resident consultation has taken place to establish the best approach to…See More
Thursday
Paul Lincoln posted an event
Thumbnail

Golden Lane Bike project - results of resident consultation at Zoom

June 27, 2022 from 7pm to 8pm
Come to a zoom presentation on Monday 27 June from 7pm to 8pm In response to the pandemic, 2020 saw a major move towards encouraging cycling and walking in the City of London and across the capital. As an alternative to public transport and car use, making the most of the fresh air suddenly became very attractive. Golden Lane residents created an initiative to encourage increased cycling and walking. A grant application was made for funding to encourage cycling; refurbish existing bike sheds; add new public bicycle racks and create a set of safe and secure places for cycle storage. The grant application was made to the City of London Community Infrastructure Fund. The application was successful and detailed planning has now started to implement the project. Over the spring extensive resident consultation has taken place to establish the best approach to…See More
Thursday
GLE Website Comms Team posted an event
Thumbnail

GLERA AGM at Community Centre

June 18, 2022 from 2pm to 3pm
All residents are invited to the GLERA AGM Saturday 18 June @ 2 pm in the Community Centre Come along and meet your neighbours and elect the GLERA committee for the coming year. GLERA is the official vehicle for making representations to the City on behalf of residents. Under the GLERA umbrella the committee has:Engaged with the City over the windows replacement/refurbishment programme and other major worksLiaised with the residents’ associations in the Barbican and Middlesex Street to present a united front to the CityHad discussions with the City about adjusting everyone’s service charges to reflect changes on the EstateHad discussions with the City about rewriting leaseholder’s leases to reflect changes on the EstateArranged the hustings for the Council electionsGLERA is also able to apply for grants for resident lead projects. There's been success with:City of London Stronger Communities grant of £2,900 which funded the Summer Picnic along with the Christmas Sing Out Again,…See More
Jun 16
Cilkas posted a discussion

looking for flat to RENT :)

Hi!I currently live in the Great Arthur House but looking for a two-bed flat. I would love to stay at the estate so I would greatly appreciate any leads.Thank you so much for the help!Kind regards,CilkaSee More
Jun 16

Forum

HEALTH & WELLBEING

130 discussions

ESTATE OFFICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

607 discussions

GENERAL COMMENTS & QUERIES

1348 discussions

MAJOR WORKS & PROJECTS

119 discussions

COLPAI

Site of former Richard Cloudesley School

168 discussions

BERNARD MORGAN HOUSE

16 discussions

COMMUNITY CENTRE

19 discussions

ITEMS FOR SALE OR RECYCLE

220 discussions

@GoldenLaneEC1

Text Box

Facebook

There are four Golden Lane Estate related facebook accounts and you can follow them here: goldenlaneEC1 

Golden Lane Estate / RCS site 

Save Bernard Morgan House

City of London

New voices, new thinking and a chance to tackle major changes in Golden Lane and the Barbican

Yesterday's election marks a significant change in the representation of Golden Lane and Barbican interests within the City of London.  

This was the biggest turnout in Cripplegate to date and followed a packed and energetic Wardmote on Wednesday evening.

Sue Pearson won the largest single vote of any Common Councillor across any of the twenty five wards and the Labour Party established a significant representation for the first time in the City's history.

As our new Common Councillors prepare for office, this forum will provide a place to debate what happens next.

Views: 157

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

Fully agree.

The force has awakened, its with Susan Pearson, the largest single vote! Well done to all of us who rightly supported her.

Susana's majority has generated seismic shock waves within the complacent City councillors.

Does anyone know if any of the candidates/elected candidates are members of this forum?

I think half of those elected are members. I will invite all those electrd to join.
Just checked. Three are not members. I will invite them.

Congratulations to Sue on her record win.

Estate repairs, concrete cleaning, better use of waste land, the new school hall, use of the Basterfield Mews for access, and demolition of the disability garages.

Good luck to all our Commons.

Expectations are not high, they just need the will-power and determination to unite collectively, at least we have elected them democratically.

Certain other ward councillors remained elected, due to the power of the undemocratic business vote.

RSS

© 2022   Created by Paul Lincoln.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service