Proposal to build astroturf pitches on school playing ground, restricting the use of the open space, with floodlights, and a pavillion to be used for stag parties and weddings.
“For the purposes of the law of commons and greens…the Common is held in trust for the use and enjoyment of local inhabitants… that must be managed in the interests of its users, and not as a financial asset for the Council
A compromise has been reached that is acceptable to Sport England based on a 9-a-side football pitch, not a 7-a-side football pitch, as was in its proposal .. there need not be a Public Inquiry, and also that the regeneration of the park could take place … allowing the Council to bring forward plans to provide a community hub building …
1. We are writing again to those of you who have received earlier communications from us, and to others who may be interested. 2. Sandy Muir, as most will know, […]
Court Of Appeal Refuses Appeal But Makes An Important Acknowledgment Nov. 16, 2017 The Court of Appeal gave judgment on Thursday 16 November 2017 at 2 p.m. Although the Court […]
In a recent meeting with the Friends Jeremy Corbyn MP gave his full support to the campaign and expressed his concern over the use of commercial events in Finsbury Park. […]