Monday, 18 March 2013

Gates Update from Manager

Important notice
Dear Resident,
The electronic gates will be switched on at 10am on Tuesday, the 19th March 2013. Please, familiarise yourself with basic operating instructions below:

Vehicle gate
Press code on the intercom panel
Press code on the intercom panel
Press single dot button (the right one) on your remote control

Use scroll buttons ←  → until you see the required property on the screen and press a bell button.
The intercom will ring the phone number in the property, and the resident will be able to open the pedestrian gate or the vehicle gate for you by pressing respectively “1” or “2” on his/her phone keypad.
Stop your vehicle about 3-4 meters away from the gate, and it will open automatically.
Press a green exit button on a small metal post.

·      When you receive a call from one of the intercoms, you will be notified that it is a “call from the door panel”. You can let your visitors in through either a pedestrian gate by pressing “1” on your phone keypad or the vehicle gate by pressing “2”.
·      I strongly advise you to give out some basic access instructions, when you purchase goods online or arrange for deliveries.
·      If you call out an emergency service, please, give them your contact number and either let them in by using the intercom system or by giving them the vehicle gate access code 
·      You can contact the estate office by pressing 120 on the door panel.
·      Please, make sure we have your up-to-date number for the intercom.
We will be conducting group demonstrations of how to operate the gates in Meadow Close on Monday, the 18 March 2013 at 9am, 12pm and 3pm.  Please, come along to be shown how to operate the gates and to try it yourself.

Kind regards,
Andriy Shulga

Thursday, 14 March 2013

iCity Public Consultation and Exhibition for Press and Broadcast Centres

iCity, the preferred bidder for the Olympic Press and Broadcast Centres  (the big grey building opposite Wick Village)  is holding a public exhibition and community consultation at Cre8 centre (old Baths) in Hackney Wick and Hackney Services Centre.

We will be able to view iCity’s plans, speak to members of their team and give our views on their proposals.

One thing of concern to Wick Village is that we have been told that iCity would like to keep the 'temporary car park', this is something we will be able to ask them about as well as other issues such as increased traffic, light pollution, noise, construction work, landscaping and employment opportunities.

About the public exhibitions
iCity will host four days of public exhibitions at the following times and venues:

  • Friday 15 March, 10:30 – 8pm: Cre8 Lifestyle Centre, The Old Baths, 80 Eastway, Hackney Wick, London, E9 5JH
  • Saturday 16 March, 10am – 4pm: Cre8 Lifestyle Centre, The Old Baths, 80 Eastway, Hackney Wick, London, E9 5JH
  • Monday 18 March, 9am – 5pm: Hackney Services Centre, 1 Hillman Street, E8 1DY
  • Tuesday19 March, 9am – 5pm: Hackney Services Centre , 1 Hillman Street,  E8 1DY

Wednesday, 13 March 2013

Data Protection Breach

Following a complaint to the ICO, we have been informed of a data protection breach by the LLDC. The planning officer revealed personal email addresses of people who had commented on Gainsborough Bridge planning application in a group email. All the affected people have been contacted by LLDC and can make a complaint or request an internal review if they are not satisfied with the LLDC's response.

Hackney Council Marshes Consultation

Hackney Council are planning to apply for Planning Inspectorate (PINS) consent to hold public entertainment events on Hackney Marshes. This would mean more festivals and events being held there, like the Radio 1 Hackney Weekend event last summer. 

Have your say by filling in the council's questionnaire here. 

'More festivals ‘will destroy sport on Hackney Marshes’

Article in the London Evening Standard about the proposed festivals on Hackney Marshes, featuring our resident Johnnie Walker - Sunday League Chair.

'More festivals ‘will destroy sport on Hackney Marshes’