Published and promoted by Martin Francis on behalf of Brent Green Party c/o 23 Saltcroft Close, Wembley, HA9 9JJ



20 Dec 2017

energy/computers

energy/computers

























acknowledgements to Howard Thorp

superhub for aggregate waste

   
Martin Roger Francis
December 20 at 10:24am
 
Anne Clarke posted this on Twitter: It is outrageous that Barnet Council and DB Rail have put letters through doors today for their joint application for an aggregate site in Cricklewood, during the holidays, with objections due 5 January. There is huge local opposition, what horrendous timing.

From Fordwych RA

objections to proposed superhub for aggregate waste to 5 jan 2018. site: 400 Cricklewood Railway Yard. Ref: 17/5761/EIA. Email:planning.consultation@barnet.gov.uk. #pollution #HGVs @twww.barnet.gov.uk/planning-applications https://publicaccess.barnet.gov.uk/online-applications/simpleSearchResults.do?action=firstPage …

10 Dec 2017

The Village School in Kingsbury










As Green Party Trade Union Liaison Officer for Brent and for the London Federation of Green Parties, I wish to send support to the teachers at The Village School in Kingsbury who have voted to take strike action against the proposal to turn the school into an academy. If this retrograde step takes place it means the loss of a substantial educational asset for the people of Brent which large amounts of council resources have been paid to develop. I would like to second the questions of NEU (National Education Union) reps who ask why Brent Council is not opposing this proposed academisation, inspite of the reported opposition of Brent Central Constituency Labour party which the council purports to represent on behalf of the communities of Brent.

P.Murry 10/12/2017