Category Archives: News

Tresco House – watch out for this PDR conversion!

  Having recently commenting on the government expanding permitted development rights to make sure it does not in rabbit hutch homes, l thought l should have a look around the…

Demise of petrol stations in London?

The approval of the change of use for the petrol station within the landmark Lyon’s Place building along Edgware Rd to an electric charging point station at last weeks City…

BAME & COVID19 in the City of Westminster

At the last full council meeting, Westminster City Council passed a motion on Health Inequalities by the Labour Group which was amended by the Tory Group whereby the council resolves…

Back to the eighties with “stop & search” ?

As the Met refers itself to police watchdog over the stop and search of the athlete’s Bianca Williams in their family car in W9, maybe it is time for them…

Nursery cuts on the way after COVID19 lockdown

Child-care is going to be a huge issue when Londoners finally return to work and in fact, it has been a huge issue during lockdown as women have taken on…

Stop the glorification of Robert Clive

Robert Clive known by his admirers as “Clive of India” was responsible for the mass invasion and brutalisation of millions across Bengal, Bihar, Orissa and the rest of the Indian…

Robert Clive – Don’t forget the blue plaque as well

Whilst the rage goes on about which other statues should be take down including “Clive of India” statue in Whitehall otherwise known to us as Robert Clive don’t forget his…

Park lane cycle lane – lets have some trees!

Park lane suffered from traffic congestion since the mid 19th century. Various road improvement schemes have taken place since then, including a major reconstruction programme in the early 1960s that transformed…

Fistfights between Nuclear powers in the Himalayas

  Thank you Rick Sanchez for giving the best explanation and update on what is happening up in the Himalaya’s between China and India.  Just remember when watching the exchange…

London’s pedicabs need to be regulated is long overdue

I am glad to see that Nickie Aiken MP is tabling her first private member’s Bill when Parliament returns on 21st April by calling for pedicabs to be properly regulated…