Residents of Primrose Hill have spent much of the last couple of years having to live with head-rattling road drills and closed-off roads which seem to have been never ending. We knew vaguely that they were laying fibre broadband, but […]
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By John Emanuel Swarms of locusts regularly sweep across north-east Africa. Billions of the creatures descend on farmland and eat. The juicy green parts are stripped away, the nutrition gone, leaving little more than plant skeletons behind in the devastated […]
People Friendly Streets
In the 1960s, heavy traffic roared through the residential streets of Primrose Hill. Regent’s Park Road, and even Chalcot and Fitzroy Roads, were through routes to the West End. Colin St Johnston, resident of Fitzroy Road for more than half […]
Could the Tories Drop HS2?
The General Election may provide a final chance to get HS2 cancelled, as whilst Ministers have denied there has been a policy change, it has been reported the Conservatives are considering scrapping it in their upcoming manifesto. Whilst the Guardian […]
Primrose Hill – a Conservation Area? What could be lost?
I still remember the joy I felt some 15 years ago when we moved from west London to our new home in Primrose Hill. That first evening we ventured out to Mustoe’s in Regent’s Park Road to enjoy griddled kidneys […]