Appold Street by Liverpool Street Station is changing. Proposals are being discussed to erect a new building including new employment space, office, retail and a business hotel
Local residents are invited to a public exhibition on proposals for the site at 13-14 Appold Street, which you may find of interest.
When: Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 March, 4.00pm to 7.00pm
Where: Bavaria House, 13 – 14 Appold Street, London EC2A 2BN
Here is a link to the newsletter delivered to neighbours: 150305 Appold Street Newsletter.
If you have any interest in the site we urge you to attend the exhibition and leave feedback.
Following on from last year’s RIBA Open Studio, local architect Jenny Brown will be taking milk architecture & design’s Shoreditch model on a trip to the Southbank to talk about what’s happening in Shoreditch under the title “Responsible Regeneration?”.
When: Wednesday, 25 March, 6:30pm
Where: Southbank Centre
Tickets are on sale for the talk, with a drink and a great view East from the top of the Royal Festival Hall.
There’s a new yoga class in Shoreditch, and an offer for SCA supporters!
Help along those new year’s resolutions to get fit and meet some of your local community with yoga classes right in the heart of Shoreditch. Local yoga teacher Olivia is offering weekly classes on Tuesday evenings for £29 for classes up until the end of March! You can check out the deal here http://www.ncrowd.co.uk/london/48175-yoga-with-olivia and if you mention Shoreditch Community Association you can also take advantage of a free trial class.
Our latest and mildly interesting Newsletter (December 2014) – http://eepurl.com/_1Kwn.
Go on, Christmas is too exciting anyway.
From our friends at Hackney Council…..
We are holding an interactive immersive gallery event, where we will be showcasing the ‘white cubes’ which have been placed in parks across Shoreditch to capture the views of community and businesses about their green open space. https://twitter.com/hashtag/parkhack Our aim is to facilitate businesses and communities working together to create a better vision for future use of green space. We’re calling all businesses to come and see how they can get more involved in using green space, whether it’s holding events in parks, or wanting bookable meeting spaces. We want your ideas.
The event provides the opportunity to:
– view the cube installations
– join for drinks and refreshments
– hear inspirational speakers (including ITN Project Manager from previous ‘Nike’ Park Project)
– contribute ideas, and network with other business
The event will take place on the 13th November in Lyst Studios on Hoxton Square. We look forward to seeing you then.
Please RSVP by booking a free place here: http://www.parkhackinnovators.eventbrite.com <http://www.parkhackinnovators.eventbrite.com>
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The Shoreditch Library has just announced a new pre-school session at the Shoreditch Library.
Find a poster with all the details here: Free Playgroup!.
“Mini Builders at Shoreditch Library.
Every Thursday during term-time we have a new pre-school play session for under 5’s and their carers. Drop-in between 11am and 12pm. Free.”
What: Under 5s play session
Where: Shoreditch Library, Hoxton Street N1 6LP
When: Every Thursday 11am to 12pm; Term-time only
Tel: 020 8356 4352
Running until 11 October at Flowers Gallery on Kingsland Road in Shoreditch is the fascinating exhibition “Dust”.
Rooted in an interest in the ‘aesthetics of destruction,’ Nadav Kander’s most recent project Dust explores the vestiges of the Cold War through the radioactive ruins of secret cities on the border between Kazakhstan and Russia.
According to the Guardian: “These sublimely beautiful ruins are haunted and haunting, derelict monuments to a long winter of mutual enmity between Russia and the west that, of late, no longer seems so distant or, indeed, unreal.”
Read more about the artist here.
Read more about the exhibition here.
Read the Guardian article here.
Where: 82 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DP
When: Through 11 October. There will be a special exhibition viewing with refreshments on Saturday 4th of October.