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  • It is probaly a fixed price contract
  • LukeG. At the time of purchase in the block it will have been a leasehold I guess because it would quite impractical to do it any other way. That lease will have obligations on both sides but I do agree the process doesn't seem very fair. Is…
  • Side effect of the right to buy at a pretty massive discount and possible value increase. I guess at some stage buyer's must have thought they had done well but it all comes home on the end although it does seem that owners are trying it on a bit …
  • The Hornsey seat is probably a marginal with the Libdems in with a good chance unless Labour get their act together the Brexot
  • I always thought the barriers on the roads was to stop rat running by drivers. The new Wells Terrace entrance/exit to the tube is I believe on private land so it will be interesting to see what the landlord is prepared to put up with. Charcuterie…
  • Brodiej. There is quite a bit of benefit it was discussed here
  • On what evidence are the council complacent? We don't have the promoter's financial numbers and they probably don't as well. I am sure the council have much greater worries about services they have to provide like social care etc. Lots of folks …
  • Came across this FOI on the Council re Wireless from the 2016 event Contains some interesting addition info on how much was charged by the council and what they did with th…
  • Has any work been carried out to establish what the cost is for the promotor to put on these events? I would be interested to kow what cut the council gets of the profits as using the revenue numbers may be a wee bit misleading as I suspect it prett…
  • Could it be this near the Granary?
  • Anyone know what is happening with Seasons and how long it might be around ?
  • Crews Hill and if you want cheap seeds that work try
  • Be fair most of most of what people think comes from one's head ! I do remember that night tme limits were instagated for a while to help reduce some of he wilder posts at the time. We all should be pleased that K has been able to move on. Agree …
  • Council budget cuts fashioned by Government austerity cuts
    in Wireless Sights. Comment by Ali July 17
  • Lets hope it happens Rattle. Looking at the budget in the table on the Haringay site the Staffing costs for Park keepers etc are £88k 18/19 and rise to £185k 19/20.
    in Wireless Sights. Comment by Ali July 15
  • I thought the comments on the Haringay site about staffing should help a lot. Also noteworthy here is an increased investment in staffing. According to the council's response, this will include the establishment of a dedicated Park Manager, two Par…
    in Wireless Sights. Comment by Ali July 15
  • Scruffy time wise we are pretty central it is very easy to get to and quick. Not sure what Liverpool and Manchester have to do with this as they are two distinct cities considerably further apart on distance and travel time
    in Wireless Sights. Comment by Ali July 9
  • FP is only ten mins to Oxford Circus which is pretty central
    in Wireless Sights. Comment by Ali July 9
  • They have lost the headline act for Sunday. Been held in Sweden fir two weeks on assault charges
    in Wireless Sights. Comment by Ali July 5
  • Obvious we are still in the EU. Maybe ask the question on s local blogg on Swindon
    in Italian Farmers Comment by Ali June 25
  • Seems like we are getting another wine bar sort of place where Farmers used to be Opening soon ScotING to the sign. Wine, cheese and charcuterie
    in Italian Farmers Comment by Ali June 23
  • Arkady I have had look at said diagrams and your completely correct! Apologies as way of "compensation" folks can enjoy a wet summer Friday afternoon with this lot Page 110 Freight trains running on the underground page 110 for mention of the …
    in Train Geeks Comment by Ali June 7
  • Lots of artistic licence !. It us mostly single track. The last public train ran on 3rd July 1954. Freight trains ran as far as Muswell Hill until 14th June 1956 and Cranley Gardens until 18th May 1957. The track between FP and High Gate was used…
    in Train Geeks Comment by Ali June 4
  • The picture the Standard has used at the link above makes the outside of FP station look incredibly rammed with folk a little bit misleading
  • Sounds horific
  • Jack Hargreaves. Remember him from How and Gone fishing
  • Not at that location