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Upcoming meetings in Dalston

January 31, 2016

February is a busy month, with several events coming up that are important for local residents, relating to:

  1. Anti-social behaviour and crime – a chance to raise concerns with police and wardens
  2. The Dalston Conservation area – a chance to find out more about it
  3. The Crossrail 2 plans. Including a chance to discuss the proposal to demolish the South side of Bradbury Street. Hackney Council is concerned about this. Download their submission: FinalCR2LBHresponse


Tuesday 2nd February 6.30pm at CLR James Library

Police Community Liaison Dalston Ward meeting.

Find out what crimes happened where over recent month and have a significant say in how the police are deployed over coming months.  Abbie Cameron is the new Officer is charge at Dalston and is really keen to let local residents set her priorities.


Friday 5th February 2.30pm from 431, Queensbridge Road

Dalston Lane West Conservation Area Review; Walkabout

The new Dalston Conservation Area covering Kingsland High Street will go for Cabinet approval in February and work is starting on the extension of the Dalston Lane West Area to include the historic buildings around Ashwin Street. If you want to join an initial walk around the areas under consideration please email, the Lead Officer for the project.


 Friday 12th February 9.30am HCD C5 meeting room, Bradbury Street

Crossrail 2: Minimising the impact on Bradbury Street.

Residents will be meeting Officers from Transport for London and Hackney Council. This block is accessed from the Gillett Square entrance by the Jazz Café off Bradbury Street, not the entrance from Boleyn Road by the Vortex Jazz Bar. Press the buzzer when you get there and someone will let you in.  Corridor C is on the third floor. If you are planning to come, please notify them at so that a they can check that the venue will provide sufficient space.


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  1. Reblogged this on Shellgrove Residents and commented:
    Meetings in and about Dalston and the proposed major changes

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