BRT Update from Councillor Squire
There is a Stops & Streetscapes Workshop for London’s Bus Rapid Transit System. Help influence the features and design of stops and streetscapes including:
• Safety and Security
• Heritage and Culture
Continue reading “Updates on BRT, Medway, Sherwood Forest School site and more”
The city has issued a Request for Qualification for the portion of the park that is to be developed for housing. This Request for Qualification is being issued by the Corporation of the City of London for a portion of the former Sherwood Forest Public School. The property was declared surplus by the Thames Valley District School Board in 2013 and acquired by the City in 2014 to undertake a residential infill demonstration project. The school was demolished in 2015.
Continue reading “Sherwood Forest Park update”
Sherwood Forest Park
A delegation from the neighbourhood and Councillor Squire met last week with City staff last week. This was in follow up to a recent report to City Council from City Staff on progress to date on the housing development planned for part of the former Sherwood Forest School site. There were no successful responses to the RFP (Request for Proposals), therefore the City staff recommended going forward with a tender. We want to be sure that a community representative will be involved in the tendering process.
Continue reading “Sherwood Forest Park and Museum of Ontario Archaeology”
At noon on February 21, City Council’s Corporate Services Committee will review the staff report on the Sherwood Forest School site. As you will note, no successful replies were received to the City’s RFP process for the sale of part of the site for housing. City staff are recommending a tender instead.
Medway Valley Heritage Forest
Here is a newsletter from Friends of Medway Creek. Continue reading “February News”
Ratepayer AGM and Community BBQ
Our AGM and second annual community BBQ will be held on Thursday, May 26 starting at 6 pm at Orchard Park Public School. We had a great turnout last year and great weather. This year’s event is supported by a SPARKS! grant from the City of London. Flyers will be distributed shortly door to door, posted on the community mailboxes in the area, and information will be posted on the web site.
Continue reading “May News”