***Note change of date to Tues 17th May*** We had a good first meeting of the Buildings and Energy Group in March.This meeting is open to everyone who is interested in improving the energy performance of the built environment in Kensal to Kilburn...In the lead up to this meeting, members are going to look at what kind of projects other Transition Towns have achieved in their building and energy groups for inspiration and models to follow. We are also planning to kick start the draught busting…See More
This is an open meeting in order to establish the Buildings and Energy Group.... Nick Hartley has kindly agreed to host at his house on Hopefield Avenue, and at this first meeting we will discuss what kind of projects people would like to see to help people improve the energy efficiency of buildings in this area...We've previously run draught busting workshops, other Transition Towns have helped people to get insulated, or to understand subsidies for renewable energy, conducted home energy…See More
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This is an EXPLICITLY POLITICAL march against the policies of the coalition government.
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Sorry, I am simply aware that there is an issue but as it's not immediately in my patch, I've not been involved. Bearing in mind that it seem easier to obtain planning permission for building a nuclear power station than getting TfL to move either bus routes or bus stops, I am surprised that this is happening at all. I don't know what the issue is with the buses using the existing turning area and parking up by the station - perhaps TfL could explain the requirement to change what I had always assumed was a long-standing and satisfactory arrangement.