ALEXANDRA PALACE – Plans get the OK. MUSWELL HILL LIBRARY – For sale? FOXES – Vermin or welcome? LOCAL POLICING – Keyless car theft. PARKING – Cross over crossovers. UPDATES – Trees and street furniture for the new piazza.  150 Fortis Green: no to health clinic, yes to nursery?  Fortis Green – Tetherdown junction: the council looks at a safer crossing. Buddleia threat to the viaduct of the old railway line. Alexandra Public House: the developers appeal.

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BURGLARIES DOWN – New Police Contact Point to be established at Planet Organic. MEMBERS’ LETTERS – Foxes nuisance: should the Council take action? Graffiti on banks. 144 BUS – At last from the Muswell Hill roundabout. 20 MPH SPEED LIMIT – Not for the moment. PROGRESS REPORT – Muswell Hill Green areas. Mossy Well Pub. Converting the disused substation at the bottom of the hill into flats.The former Police Station. The Alexandra Public House.150 Fortis Green. MEMBER IN PROFILE – Ted Honderich ‘Britain’s Leading Radical Philosopher’

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MORE RESTAURANTS AND NATIONAL SHOPS – We ask for your views. SUPPORTING LOCAL CHARITIES – Focus on the North London Hospice. MEMBER PROFILE  – Martin Stone, leader of  the Muswell Churches Soup Kitchen charity. ALEXANDRA PALACE – Public exhibitions and consultation on the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) design proposals. AREA FORUM – Colney Hatch Lane / Alexandra Park Road junction: no pedestrian solution; 20 mph: consultation starting soon; bus accessibility: stops for routes 144 and 234. WHERE ARE THE BOBBIES ON THE BEAT? Inspector Matthew Casey of the Metropolitan Police speaks at the MHFGA members meeting.

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BUS CHAOS LOOMS – Roadworks in Muswell Hill Broadway and Colney Hatch Lane. Bus routes 43 and 134 diverted from Muswell Hill. ALEXANDRA PALACE – Asks local residents to help shape its future. GUY’S TRUST: Mongol Rally from Muswell Hill to Ulan Bator. PLANNING AND CONSERVATION: The Odeon site, Coppets Road extension, 112 Cranley Gardens, 92 Forti Green, the Village Pub development.

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J M W Turner meets L S Lowry and the youngest participant carries away the top prize.

A potted history. How almost 4,000 private gardens are now open to the public.

Belgian refugees at the Alexandra Palace.

Notice is given of extensive roadworks and tree works.

Members can expect to be consulted about the next phase of development and renewal of the Palace as a period of public consultation about the Heritage Lottery Fund Round 2 bid is about to  get under way.

For the former Muswell Hill police station in Fortis Green (HGY/2014/1333), there is a proposal to convert to nine residential units.

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