Thursday, 22 March 2012
A while ago I was asked, along with some blogging colleagues covering different areas of London, to capture a glimpse of the Bush that summed up some of the issues confronting Londoners as they choose their next Mayor. I chose the future of our Market, partly because it's one of the biggest battles in our area at the moment pitting our Boris-backed Council against residents and traders and partly because in an area as transient as W12 the Market is one of the few fixed corners of the Bush.
Have a read here - it's a contribution to the Manifesto for a Model Mayor project beig run by the newspaper at the moment, which seeks to 'crowd source' ideas from Londoners themselves about what a genuinely representative set of policies would look like.
Posted by Chris Underwood at 05:54