Crane to be installed at weekend and get involved in St James Big Local

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Tower crane to be installed at weekend

74 to 79 Brunner Road CGI

The contractors working for Sixty Bricks Limited at 74 to 79 Brunner Road, Engie, will be delivering and erecting a tower crane on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 October 2020.

The crane is needed to build the new health centre and 83 new homes, 50 per cent of which will be affordable,  on the site of former industrial units.

Working hours will be 8am to 5pm on both days, with work being completed as quickly as it is safe to do so.

The contractor informs us that the bulk of the disruptive works will be completed on the Saturday and the Sunday works should be a case of installing lifting chains and calibrating the crane (neither of which will be particularly noisy).

During the work Brunner Road will be closed to through traffic.

Engie apologises for any noise or disturbance caused which will be kept to the minimum.

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Share your views on Draft Local Plan Site Allocations this Thursday in Walthamstow

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During October we have a programme of face to face drop-in events where residents can share their views on  the sites which may be regenerated as part of the Local Plan.

Planning Policy officers will be in Walthamstow Town Square, near the library, on Thursday 1 October 2020, 10am to 4pm.

Social distancing rules will apply.

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More face to face meetings, as well as virtual meetings will be taking place for residents in Central Waltham Forest.

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St James' Big Local is a volunteer led group that has a packed programme for the area, including:

  • delivering a new Neighbourhood Greening project which will help tackle the Climate Emergency. Over the coming months, they’ll work with local residents and businesses to make five streets greener, healthier and more attractive. St James Street Big Local will use these ‘seedling’ streets – Brunner Road, Buxton Road, Hazlewood Road, Morland Road and Station Road – to develop a range of simple, effective improvements, from planting trees and wall climbers to creating seats or planters. Please contact them to get involved! 
  • the current exhibition at the 1B Gallery on Coppermill Lane showcasing some of their projects including doorstep photos of local heroes and art from local children.
  • encouraging more volunteers to become Street Champions to help spread the word about the organisation to other local residents
  • delivering a three year plan of improvements developed with local residents to improve the area.

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