Unfortunately, approval was granted and work began on the construction of the Academy in 2009. Brent Greens have, however, kept a watchful eye over the progress of the construction work, to monitor whether planning conditions were at risk of violation.
This week pedestrians have found their right of way impeded by an encroaching hoarding. The hoarding is temporary and there does not appear to be any construction work going on between it and the true boundary of the Academy. However, the passing place has been significantly narrowed on a busy throughfare to and from the tube station and bus shelter. Brent Greens' commitment to road safety and pedestrian prioritisation is proven, after a long, but fruitful campaign to get Asda to redesign their loading bay, just round the corner from here (result).
The Ark Academy must also take better care. The following images were taken on consecutive days this week:
A further complaint (now aesthetic), is an apparent discrepancy between the colour of what passes for a structure on the roof with the architectural drawings emblazoned on the permiter fence itself. An obtrusive red roof structure is visible above the tree-line from a distance: