Friday, 11 November 2016

Mini Holland 11-11-16

The main site for Mini Holland appears to have been hacked!


Mini Holland a Success!!!????

How can we clean up the air?

Blackhorse Area improved

This picture was taken in August and nothing has changed and it is very dangerous crossing Shernhall Street since the pedestrian refuges were removed 3 months ago!

From Stella Creasy MP's Newsletter

Road Works in Walthamstow and Mini Holland - Updates for local Residents from Waltham Forest Council 

This week I have had many messages about travel disruption in Walthamstow. Waltham Forest Council say they are managing the impact of works by Network Rail as well as works to make the town centre more accessible and safe around the ‘Walthamstow gyratory’ intersection at the junction of Hoe Street and Selborne Road.  Both Hoe Street and Selborne Road will be open as usual, however during they say works lanes will be rearranged and traffic management signs and cones will be in place to help safely manage traffic and keep you moving.

The Council say that roads will remain open, however during the works lanes will be rearranged and traffic management signs and cones will be in place to direct traffic.  The bus station will remain open during the works too but bus users may notice some disruption around Walthamstow bus station exit area whilst works are carried out. There's a schedule of all the roadworks planned in Walthamstow over the coming weeks on the Council website which you can find here
Separately to this, the Council have also confirmed that their review of the Mini Holland scheme in Walthamstow is nearly over and after consulting with various groups, businesses and resident associations, they are now in the process of writing up their findings. I will share a copy of the review report once it is published.

As it was

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