Crossrail2

Plans for the Chelsea-to-Hackney section of Crossrail 2 are in the early stages. Under the proposals, the line would run from stations in Hertfordshire to parts of Surrey and would open in the late 2020s. In central London it will pass through Euston, King’s Cross, Angel, Tottenham Court Road and Victoria.
This is the link to the consultation page. The safeguarded area, which sets out the boundaries of the land within which the new infrastructure could be built, has been published.
http://crossrail2.co.uk/

ALERT: Holborn Studios

Ian Shacklock, the chairman of Friends of Regents Canal, is organising a meeting and tour of Holborn Studios on Monday – 15 December – at 7pm. A consultation on proposals to redevelop the site is underway. The purpose of the meeting is to decide on an action plan for challenging the proposals and to explore ways of making residents more aware of what is being planned.
Details of the propsoals are on the FORC website

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Welcome to the Angel Assocation

The Angel Association is a registered charity whose members are local people who live in the St Peter’s Ward of the London Borough of Islington –  and people who are interested in the area and in what we do. The St Peter’s Ward covers an area roughly bounded by Upper St, Essex Rd and New North Rd. Click here for a map of the ward.

We are interested in all aspects of our environment and in the history of our area. We take a strong interest in local planning issues, green spaces,  traffic, parking,  new buildings and the preservation of the best of the old ones.

e organise walks and talks on aspects of our local history, and  other social events for members .

If you live in St Peter’s Ward, or are just interested in the area, and would like to join us – contact us at info@angelassociation.org.uk

The Angel Association is registered charity number 287052. It has an executive committee of 10 people, including its chair, who is elected by vote of the members at the AGM. All the committee are volunteers. The Angel Association is financed by the subscriptions and donations of its members. The annual subscription is currently a suggested £10 per household.

Click here for our Constitution