Joanne joins first ever ‘Walk the Met’

The period leading up to Christmas is one of the busiest for the Metropolitan police. Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, joined local officers to get an insight into the extra demands placed on officers keeping London safe throughout the festive period. Ms McCartney joined PC James Flesher and PCSO Mark Tilley to walk … Continue reading Joanne joins first ever ‘Walk the Met’

71 Enfield and 52 Haringey fires caused by faulty white goods in last 5 years

71 fires in Enfield and 52 in Haringey were caused by defective white goods in the last five years, new figures show. Data from the London Fire Brigade revealed that across London over 2,000 fires have been caused by faults with white goods such as washing machines, tumble dryers, and dishwashers since 2011. Local London … Continue reading 71 Enfield and 52 Haringey fires caused by faulty white goods in last 5 years

Ongoing saga on Bowes Road footbridge continues

Following concerns raised by local residents, I contacted Transport for London for an update on the closure of Bowes Road footbridge. Below is the response I received: "Works commenced on site on 30 March 2016 and all the civil works for the supports to the stairs were completed by 29 April 2016. The next stage … Continue reading Ongoing saga on Bowes Road footbridge continues

Speeding on the A10 – response from TfL

Last month I wrote to the Transport for London Commissioner Mike Brown, once again raising my concerns with the ongoing issue of speeding along the A10 Great Cambridge Road between Carterhatch Lane and Bullsmoor Lane. I have now received a response from TfL to my letter which you can read here.

Update on North Middlesex A&E – Response from Mayor

Further to my letter to the Mayor of London following the Care Quality Commission's report rating the North Middlesex University Hospital's Accident & Emergency Department, I have received a response which can be read here.