Carnegie Community Trust's planning statement reads as follows: Context Under the Public Libraries and Museums Act 1964 local authorities are legally obliged to provide a “comprehensive and efficient library service” that serves both adults and children who live, work or are in full time study. Carnegie Library is a Grade II listed Edwardian Public Building … Continue reading CARNEGIE COMMUNITY TRUST STATEMENT ON OFFICE PLANS FOR LIBRARY ROOMS
The following appears in the current issue of Herne Hill magazine, published by Herne Hill Society and is reproduced here with their kind permission: Lambeth Planning Website – public comments Until recently the Lambeth planning website, an essential part of the planning process, has made available all public comments for anyone wishing to be informed … Continue reading LAMBETHWATCH – FROM THE MAGAZINE OF THE HERNE HILL SOCIETY, WITHOUT COMMENT:
Herne Hill Society @HerneHillSoc Feb 11 Our free talk and film on Wed 14 Feb is by Sue Giovanni on the subway underneath Crystal Palace Parade #hernehill 7.45 start http://www.hernehillsociety.org.uk/society_meeting Our public meetings are held on the second Wednesday of most months at Herne Hill United Church Hall, Herne Hill (junction with Red Post Hill), London SE24 9PW. (68 or … Continue reading SUBWAY TALK AT HERNE HILL
COUNCIL OFFICERS SLAMMED OVER CARNEGIE LIBRARY REPORT - Controversial gym plan gets go ahead but what happens next? Council officers came under fire at Tuesday night's planning committee meeting which gave the go-ahead to hugely controversial plans to build a gym in the basement of the Carnegie library at Herne Hill. David Taylor, on … Continue reading COUNCIL OFFICERS SLAMMED OVER CARNEGIE LIBRARY REPORT – Controversial gym plan gets go ahead but what happens next?
CARNEGIE LIBRARY - VIEW FROM THE GALLERY Anyone who turned up to Tuesday night's planning committee in the wilds of Vauxhall would have found three police officers outside, four more sitting behind a screen in the foyer and between 10 and 12 security guards who allocated seats on a 'sit here' basis. Placards … Continue reading CARNEGIE LIBRARY – VIEW FROM THE GALLERY