Learning from the Past

In the second of three meetings, on 27 September 2017 the Environmental Justice Inquiry will be looking back at the construction of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link at St Pancras. Do you remember living through the station works? How did the noise, light and dust pollution effect you? Has the air quality in Somers Town improved or got worse since the works? What about interruptions to utilities such as gas, electricity and water? Were you overrun by rats and mice? And was it all worth it? Do you shop at St Pancras Station? Have you or someone you know got a new home in the King’s Cross Development? Do you enjoy Coopers Lane TRA Community Garden?

What can we learn from previous works in Somers Town and what key messages can we send developers on the Central Somers Town CIP, HS2, Crossrail 2 and all other proposed developments?

Environmental Justice Inquiry meeting 2: CTRL St Pancras, Coopers Lane TRA Hall, Hampden Close, NW1 1HW, Wednesday 27 September 2017, 6pm onwards.

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