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1. The importance of the openness of open space The Gas Works development will have a negative impact on the openness of the Marshes and Jubilee Park and it will add to the feeling of overcrowding and being overlooked in … Continue reading
Waltham Forest Council has rushed to begin work in breach of planning conditions on the highly controversial new bridge at Marsh Lane Fields – on which they plan to squander more than £250K on a cosmetic replacement for the existing, … Continue reading
At Marsh Lane, Leyton E10, the hundreds of kids and parents going daily to and from the newly-built Lammas School currently have the advantage of a dedicated pedestrian-only bridge over the Dagenham Brook. This leaves the parallel roadway bridge clear … Continue reading
The London Borough of Waltham Forest’s oversized and unnecessary replacement bridge over the Dagenham Brook will increase flood risk to nearby properties, and needs additional expensive and environmentally damaging mitigation works – a fact concealed from the public during the … Continue reading
The planning officers report relating to the proposal for demolition of two sound bridges and replacement by one heavy goods bridge at Marsh Lane Fields can be found here: https://saveleytonmarsh.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/26032013-planning-committee-item-49-marsh-lane-bridge.pdf There are many issues with this scheme and the release … Continue reading
By Katy Andrews I expect everyone knows by now that a planning application is due to be dealt with by LBWF Planning Committee on Tues evening, 26.3.13, that would entail the removal of a “safe routes to school” dedicated cycle/pedestrian … Continue reading
PHOTO SHOOT: Tuesday 5th March by the Dagenham Brook Bridge(next to Eton Manor cottage, where the plaque is that commemorates the 1892 Lammas Day mass direct action) in Marsh Lane. We have just learnt of plans by Waltham Forest Council, … Continue reading