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Monday, July 24, 2006

Back To Stokie

Linda, Augustus and I have arrived back in Stokie after our long weekend break. I've got to amble into the office to make sure everyone's done the work I left for them while I was away and Linda has got to get prepared for tonight's Planning Committee discussion of the next phase of Holly Street. God it's tough in Hackney! I'm going to miss having a swimming pool handy to plunge into after a hard day's work.


Anonymous said...

Good to see you back and hitting the ground running Luke. Are councillors allowed to vote in this ( Me, I shall be voting for that wonderous Clissold Leisure structure, and perhaps that ingenious and culturally sensitive dalston lane development.

Luke Akehurst said...

I'm very pleased to hear that you will be voting for one of these two splendid developments of which Hackney Council is very proud.

You might be interested to know that my good friend and colleague Meaighchk Gullivers-Travells has recently proposed to establish a brand new academic qualification for lawyers, so that they can specialise in public sector building projects such as these (

If you are going to do it big, why not do it professionally!