Category Archives: KXCommunity: it’s all about you

The patch

It seems crazy but the boundary for the area ‘King’s Cross’ is hotly debated. There’s a ward to the south east of the station, there’s an area to the north east of the station, there’s King’s Cross station and the old railway lands behind it – now branded as King’s Cross aka N1C aka King’s […]

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Local population statistics

Click on the image to download it for your own use. We’ll shortly upload a spreadsheet version so that you can easily edit the information for your area of King’s Cross. We also soon be producing a user friendly clickable map of the area with this data and the data from our Google map showing […]

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Report launched to celebrate opening of Granary Square

KXCommunity, it’s all about you! A unique report into how the community might directly benefit from developments in King’s Cross will be launched today as a gift to developers Argent. The launch is carefully timed to coincide with the VIP opening of Granary Square at N1C. Argent faces hefty criticism being a private developer of new […]

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KXCommunity: it’s all about you

We’re madly writing up everything that happened at the fab event last week, ‘KXCommunity: it’s all about you’. Timing being everything, it’ll be handy to be publishing hot on the tails of Camden and Islington councils’  new KX Place Plan. We’re doodling with a possible logo (left) to represent the oval community map (half mile […]

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Calling all KX community groups!

KXCommunity: It’s all about you is a day of exploration and planning for all community groups within a half mile radius of the perimeter of KX Station. 11am to 3.30pm, 27 April at the Only Connect Theatre. Cllr Paul Convery and Cllr Sarah Hayward will be there as our guest speakers. Places are limited, so do […]

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Google map

As part of the Mapping our Patch project we are developing a Google map showing related community activity. If you’d like to add a community group or organisation please contact us with details. View King’s Cross in a larger map

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