• 10/01/2021

    Birds of a feather in Central London

    In recent times it has become not unusual to see seagulls and parakeets in the sky’s of Central London feeding off the goodies available. In Hyd...
  • 02/03/2018

    Ruined skyline of Little Venice

    With the Brunel Building & Dudley Tower going up in Paddington Basin, it is becoming quite apparent what the visual impact is going to be in Littl...
  • 07/09/2017

    Garden Bridge – A bridge to far fo...

    A full investigation is required to find out why so much public money was wasted and make sure it never happens again but while the Garden Bridge is d...

W9ers for the Bakerloo line

As the Evening Standard reported last week and this week again that the TfL financial crisis could mean the closing of entire tube line and whilst a tube line was…

Flash Floods in London – Independent Review Update

  After watching two council scrutinies on the flash floods in London, a letter from the Consumer Council for Water (CCW) informs me what is happening with the Independent Review…

COPPING HELL

With flash floods in London partially caused by intense rains not seen before and likely to increase in the future on the basis of the latest IPCCC Research Reports, some…

Big Cities should become signatories to the UNFCCC @COP26

Simon Jenkins is right to say “Big Cities can show us the way to a more climate-friendly …” world on the 22nd of Oct particularly with the level of urbanisation…

Hindu lives matter in Bangladesh

  The recent killings of Hindu worshippers during their Durga Puja celebration and the lead up to Diwali, is deeply shocking. These attacks on homes and temples of the Hindu…

Sinophobia & COP26 – watch out!

We should be mindful of the growing tide of sinophobia (anti-Chinese racism) in the world also creeping into the COP26 as the finger gets pointed at the Chinese being the…

Flash floods in London – Kensington & Chelsea investigates

  Last night RBKC investigated the flash floods that hit London in July particularly in their neighbourhoods where we certainly had more resident participation.  On top of which we had…

Is a directly elected Mayor coming to Westminster City soon?

We had a pretty decisive vote by Croydon voters to go for a directly elected mayor in May 2022, even though the turnout was only 21 per cent last week….

Whats a successful COP26 then at Glasgow?

For a successful COP26, we will not only need to raise the ambitions of the National Climate Plans but support the climate vulnerable developing countries and also advance the Paris…

Flash floods in London – Westminster Council investigates

The floods last night in Knightsbridge are another reminder of the adverse effects of the floods on the 12th & 25th of July and appear to have become a regular…