FISHbone pops up at Kensington Place and other stories

Fishbone-website-imageFancy a scallopdog or a salmon doner? Pop into Kensington Place’s fishy pop-up. FISHBone will take over the private dinning room at Kensington Place with a large wooden communal table running down the middle serving fast fish dishes. Food will be served on trays and you can indulge yourself with a few crab bhajis or prawnish pasties, all washed down with a fish gluggle jug of sangria or sake. Open from 4th February to 31st March.   www.kensingtonplace-restaurant.co.uk‎

Party Walls: your rights and lack thereof

A workshop (title above) to explain your party wall rights or rather your lack of, will be held in the Small Hall in Kensington Town Hall on the 17th February from 6pm to 7.30pm. It costs £5 for non-members of the Kensington Society and is free to members. David Reynolds is a director within the Deloitte Real Estate Neighbourly Matters Team specialising in daylight, sunlight, rights of light, party wall matters, scaffold, crane oversail and easement negotiations. He will look at the rights you have in party wall matters, the myths and misconceptions. With the continued destruction of our neighbourhood by developers this could be an invaluable soiree, take a tape recorder. www.kensingtonsociety.org

Tube Strike ARRRG

Tfl is planning a tube strike for next week  and the week after (4th and 11th February). On both weeks the strike will start at 9.30pm on Tuesday and the service will be affected until Friday morning – that is two whole days of traffic chaos. Remember to leave earlier and car pool, walk or at the mo’ you could water-ski to school and work. www.tfl.gov.uk

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