The list of neighbourly neighbours is steadily growing. At first, a company that would prefer to remain nameless produced 5,000 colour leaflets to enable us to publicise the public meeting held last month.
Then, one of the UK’s largest independently owned building services companies, Gratte Brothers based in Regent’s Wharf, donated five large scale full colour exhibition panels produced to our design. These were first shown at the public meeting and will be on show at events right through to Christmas.
“We still have an ongoing commitment to the area in the form of Regent Quarter Block D and are concerned over the loss of access / permeability into Kings Cross Station from York Way and as such will also be supportive of the campaign”.
The businesses based here, large and small, will all be badly hit should Network Rail continue to refuse to fund the much needed pedestrian and cycle bridge that would go some way to replacing the original Wharfdale Road entrance to the station that will be lost because they need to build a new, longer platform. We will continue to press Network Rail to take responsibility for their actions and consider the needs of their ‘lineside neighbours’. I wonder… does shutting out an entire community of neighbours from their local transport hub constitute anti-social behaviour?