SIR, – So where are our gardens or should it be where are our fields where thistle and poppies grew? I have lived in Chiswell Green for 80 years and have seen many, many changes and developments which even I would describe as prosperity and progress. But
SIR, - So where are our gardens or should it be where are our fields where thistle and poppies grew?
I have lived in Chiswell Green for 80 years and have seen many, many changes and developments which even I would describe as prosperity and progress.
But when it comes to MPs being asked to intervene in business matters for the Future Gardens, I draw the line.
Rather than brown signs or billboards, perhaps a large balloon in the shape of a pink elephant moored over Miriam Lane would suffice?
I wonder what my neighbours think of the entrance figures. At 200,000 in four months, that is 50,000 cars, even at four persons per car, or 6,250 extra cars per week to the area. I hope Miriam Lane has sound foundations.
This looks to me much more than the proposed rail yard will generate at the disused Park Street airfield which is the reason being put forward as an obstacle to its future. If the rail yard is successfully built, I wonder if they will need brown signs for the trainspotters.
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