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Stop Increased Access To NRH Gardens

NRH Gardens And Residents
NRH Gardens And Residents
46 Signatures Goal: 25

I/we, residents of the Nautilus Building/The Laboratory Building/The New River Head Building/The Remus Building/The Hydra Building, OBJECT IN THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS to the construction of any access to the New River Head Key Site that includes LINKAGE TO THE TWO NEW RIVER HEAD GARDENS adjacent to the Nautilus, Laboratory and New River Head Buildings.

Current public access to the New River Head Key site gardens is causing a number of problems for the residents of the site.

The Nautilus and Rose Gardens at the New River Head Key Site were not designed with public safety in mind.  They are entirely funded by residents of the site and Islington Council provides no cleaning, care, maintenance, repairs or safety patrols for the gardens.  Indeed, the police refuse to attend the Nautilus or Rose Gardens as they are deemed 'private property'.


Since enforced increased public access to the Nautilus and Rose Gardens in 2012, NRH Key Site residents have had to pay the price - both financially and emotionally - for the following:

  • wear and tear from members of the public to paths and plants
  • increased litter
  • dog dirt
  • vandalism
  • theft
  • threatening and anti-social behaviour
  • loss of privacy

ANY INCREASED ACCESS WOULD EXACERBATE THESE PROBLEMS AND COSTS.

Furthermore, there is the very serious issue issue of liability: what happens if a member of the public is injured in one of the gardens?

For all of these reasons, WE OBJECT IN THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS TO ANY PROPOSAL TO INCREASE PEDESTRIAN OR OTHER ACCESS TO THE NEW RIVER HEAD KEY SITE GARDENS.

Signatories, please have each adult in the household sign separately, and put your building (including number, if possible) in the 'comments' box.  Thank you.

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Signatures

  • 2 years ago
    Stephanie Hinks United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Michael Gould United Kingdom
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    elizabeth jack United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Leslie Ross United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Robert Hamilton United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Martin Koltzenburg United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Timothy long United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Scott-Lee Cash United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Joshua Gennet United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Nigel Bullivant United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Steve Anderson United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Mr Roger Gittins United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Malcolm Hunter United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Nicolas Natsis United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    Jennifer Angel United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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