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Oh GOSH, No: 6 More time to comment

written by Residents and Businesses Liaison Group residentsbusinessliasongroup@gmail.com YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO OBJECT! You can still object to GOSH's planning application to build a vast building, overwhelming Great Ormond Street, blocking daylight to nearby homes and businesses, and increasing traffic congestion...
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Posted 26 Jun 2022

Oh GOSH, No: 5

Residents fear five years of lorry misery from GOSH redevelopment Great Ormond Street plans double basement as part of children’s cancer centre Camden New Journal Tuesday, 7th June — By Tom Foot A REBUILD of the main entrance of Great Ormond Street Hospital will lead to five years of lorry “convoy misery&r...
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Posted 15 Jun 2022

Oh GOSH, No: 4 Camden Cycling Campaign

Cross posted from Camden Cycling Campaign newsgroup written by John Chamberlain I’m emailing to tell you about a major construction project in Bloomsbury that will have a massive impact on local roads and asking you to object to the planned routing of the construction vehicles. Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) ar...
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Posted 15 Jun 2022

Oh GOSH, No: 3 The better way

by Michael Pountney Chair, Residents Liaison Group (now disbanded by GOSH) The Residents Liaison Group had argued, since the GOSH Childrens Cancer Centre development was first proposed, that to service this five-year destruction and construction process with all vehicles reaching the site via Lamb’s Conduit St and Grea...
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Posted 3 Jun 2022

Oh GOSH, No: 2

The GOSH Deconstruction and Construction Management Plan sets out a lot of changes they want to make to our streets, trees and parking. It also indicate the number of lorries we can expect each day for five years. Here's a selection from their document. Expected Construction Traffic (page 33) It is expected that exi...
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Posted 2 Jun 2022

Oh GOSH, No

by Cllr Julian Fulbrook Dozens of heavy trucks every day heading our way as a result of the latest demolition plans from Great Ormond Street Hospital.   No-one denies the fantastic medical work that doctors and nurses do at the hospital, particularly in cancer treatments for children.   But GOSH should not infli...
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Posted 1 Jun 2022

Camden and the Virus

It's an unusual situation - a walk along Lambs Conduit street to see the familiar shops, cafes and restaurants closed, not knowing when they'll reopen.  Coram's Fields is now a car park. Even getting into the GP's surgery requires multiple security checks. Not forgetting the disconcerting feeling about not b...
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Posted 4 Apr 2020

Gray’s Inn Road Cycling, Walking & Road Safety Proposals

Camden is consulting on measures to improve conditions for people cycling and walking along Gray’s Inn Road, and to provide wider road safety and public realm benefits. What's all this about? It's tied up in awkward language with a littering of 'positive' words such as 'improvements', 'safer&...
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Posted 27 Oct 2019

Tavistock Place, Again

UPDATE 13 November 2019 Finally, finally... it's dragged on inconclusively and scrappily for too long. Camden's Cabinet met to make the final decision about the controversial: Torrington Place/Tavistock Place Corridor - Traffic Management (SC/2019/04) The key issues seemed to be the direction of motor traffic and t...
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Posted 17 Dec 2018