Blog Posts - Twin Towers



Opinion: How Anthony Weiner and Felon Bernard Kerik suffer the same disease

Opinion: How Anthony Weiner and Felon Bernard Kerik suffer the same disease...and don't call it a "fall from grace". A "fall from grace" assumes there was ever grace present in their respective auras.Source New York Daily News "Opinion: How Anthony W...
by DoingTimeWithBernie.com on Aug 29, 2016

London Mayor's Deputy approved 'Twin Towers' two days before election

It has emerged that Sir Edward Lister, Deputy Mayor and Chief of Staff of the then London Mayor, Boris Johnson, decided not to intervene in the 'Twin Towers' development on the site of Chesterfield House, Park Lane, Wembley. just two days before the...
by wembleymatters on May 15, 2016

Has the time come for a Brent Planning for People Forum?

The above statement was made by Brent Council in response to a discussion on the London Live TV channel on  the Lucozade Powerleague proposals for Kingsbury High School.It has been received with some cynicism by local campaigners who have been a...
by wembleymatters on May 14, 2016

Wembley Champions turn to poetry to make their point about 'Twin Towers'

Wembley Champions website LINK has published this poem about the Wembley 'Twin Towers' - it is not quite John Betjeman but shows how much they care for where they live. They are asking the Mayor of London to call in the application which was approved...
by wembleymatters on May 10, 2016

Residents set out 'Twin Towers' 'town hall' meeting issues, attendees and documentation

As Brent Planning Committee prepares for TWO meetings next week, both with controversial multi-million pound applciations, Denise Cheong updates Wembley Matters readers on the 'Twin Tower' development recently approved by the Committee but opposed by...
by wembleymatters on May 8, 2016

Further concern that Brent Planning Department is not fit for purpose

Further to the concerns expressed by the Queen's Park Area Residents Association about the efficient running of Brent Council's Planning Department LINK in the wake of the departure of Andy Bates and Stephen Weeks, residents in Roe Green are also fee...
by wembleymatters on Apr 25, 2016

Brent Council: Wembley Twin Towers 'a catalyst for further growth and investment'

This is what Brent Council Public Relations told Property Week about the 'Twin Towers' for Wembley High Road/Park Lane which Planning Committee approved on Wednesday.A spokesperson for London Borough of Brent said: “Wembley is our biggest growth ar...
by wembleymatters on Apr 8, 2016

Just 4 councillors allow TwinTowers to change the face of Wembley Central

Impression from Park Lane Methodist Church/Park Lane PrimaryThe 26/21 storey Twin Towers block at the junction of Park Lane and Wembley High Road was given the go ahead by the Planning Committee on Wednesday evening. There were 4 votes for the the pr...
by wembleymatters on Apr 6, 2016

UPDATED: 4 councillors vote for Wembley 'Twin Towers' to go ahead

Impression from Park Lane Methodist Church/Park Lane PrimaryThe 26/21 storey Twin Towers block at the junction of Park Lane and Wembley High Road was given the go ahead by the Planning Committee on Wednesday evening. There were 4 votes for the the pr...
by wembleymatters on Apr 6, 2016

4 councillors vote for Wembley 'Twin Towers' to go ahead

Impression from Park Lane Methodist Church/Park Lane PrimaryThe 26/21 storey Twin Towers block at the junction of Park Lane and Wembley High Road was given the go ahead by the Planning Committee tonight. There were 4 votes for the the proposal, 2 aga...
by wembleymatters on Apr 6, 2016

New Wembley Twin Towers pic shows true impact of the 26 storey development

Click to enlargeThis illustration from the Hub Organaniation's website shows the height and mass of the proposed replacement of the 'Twin Towers' which will replace Chesterfield House if the Planning Committee grants permission on Wednesday evening.T...
by wembleymatters on Apr 5, 2016

Residents outline their concerns on Wembley 'Twin Towers' development

The view from Park Lane Wembley. Chesterfield House is the building on the left. The highest of the Twin Towers will be 2-1/2 times the height of the flats on the right.Only three members of the public turned up when Brent Planning Committee visited...
by wembleymatters on Apr 3, 2016

Wrestling History Bites – Slick The Doctor of Style

Wrestling History Bites…por César del Campo de Acuña Tradicionalmente vemos a la figura del manager como un individuo de aspecto colorista, bocazas y tramposo que acompañaba a los luchadores más odiados al cuadrilátero para ayudarles en sus co...
by Cincodays.com on Feb 12, 2016

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Top 10 Photos of 2015

It is always great looking back over the photos of the year. So many memories and so much fun. 2015 was the year in which I ditched my DSLR during our England trip, and opted for the easier-to-use-and-carry handphone and ipad. In December, as usual,...
by Our home called Kuantan on Jan 10, 2016

The Walk

The Walk (2015) (123 mins) Director – Robert Zemeckis Starring – Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben Kingsley, Charlotte Le Bon Premise – A young Frenchman attempts to accomplish his dream of tightrope walking between the Twin Towers. The Review: The Wor...
by Sherlocking: The Big Screen on Oct 15, 2015

I prefer to remember joy and wonder …

I prefer to remember joy and wonder … I work downtown again. The first time since the summer of 2001. My office was at the Woolworth Building then and the Towers were my backyard. A place I’d run to to catch the subway, dart into a Childr...
by Girlboxing on Sep 11, 2015

Remembering 9/11: What You Can Learn From Grief

Fourteen years ago, terrorists plowed two hijacked planes into New York’s twin towers, resulting in the deaths of thousands of people. Each year on September 11th, we remember those whose lives were lost and those who have given their lives sin...
by Recovery Advocates on Sep 11, 2015

We Will Never Forget

Filed under: 9-11, Uncategorized Tagged: 9-11, broken hearts, hope, love, terrorists, Twin Towers...
by Humoring The Goddess on Sep 11, 2015

I prefer to remember joy and wonder …

I prefer to remember joy and wonder … I work downtown again. The first time since the summer of 2001. My office was at the Woolworth Building then and the Towers were my backyard. A place I’d run to to catch the subway, dart into a Childr...
by Girlboxing on Sep 11, 2015


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