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How to have a secure web presence for small businesses

11 October 2019 The campaign Would You Be Ready? aims to raise awareness and provoke small businesses into taking steps to improve their preparedness for, and ability to respond to and recover from business disruptions.  Small businesses can be vulnerable to cyber attacks. as technology and the internet grow exponentially everyday, it is even more […]

MPs Recommend Business Rates Reform Across the UK

ATCM Makes Contribution to Treasury Committee Report Published Last Week (31 October 2019) The Treasury Committee has recommended the reform of the business rates system across the UK following an inquiry into how the system is operating. It follows a lengthy consultation process launched in the early part of 2019 which came hot on the […]

FitzPark is open

1 November 2019As part of our vision for a clean air village, we welcomed back FitzPark. Following the success of the previous FitzPark installation at Windmill Street we are pleased to announce that FitzPark will now take pride of place at Warren Street. FitzPark launched on Friday 1 November at midday by ribbon cutting ceremony […]

Safer and Cleaner London Roads for 2020

31 October 2019 Businesses and organisations can register for a HGV safety permit as part of a new Direct Vision Standard (DVS) coming in from 26 October 2020. On this day, the Mayors office will also introduce tougher Low Emission Zone (LEZ) standards for heavy vehicles. Both will operate 24 hours a day, every day […]

Keeping Fitzrovia Cleaner – The Cargo Bike

We’ve decided to reintroduce our cargo bike. The cargo bike is used by our Place Ambassador to collect rubbish to help make Fitzrovia cleaner. This cleaning and litter picking is in addition to current street cleaning procedures. We felt it necessary to start using the cargo bike again in response to an increase in litter […]

Brexit March 19 October 2019

On Saturday 19th October 2019, there will be a planned March and Demonstration entitled “Peoples Vote Let Us Be Heard” The March will form up in Park Lane at 1200hrs and set off towards Parliament Square at 1300hrs. Once at Parliament Square, there will be speeches from cross party politicians. The anticipated end time of the […]

Extinction Rebellion: October Update

Please find intelligence relating to protest activity planned over the next week, including activities around Fitzrovia and Euston Square Station Expected Disruption on the Tube network – Thursday 17 October There was protest activity at 3 tube stations in East and Southeast London on the morning of 17 October. While services have recovered from the […]

Black History Month – Remembering Olaudah Equiano

Olaudah Equiano was an influential Fitzrovia resident, with a fascinating story to tell. He was a freedman who moved to England in 1768, who was part of the British abolitionist movement. He  lived at numerous Fitzrovia addresses including Riding House Street where he wrote his critically acclaimed book, The Interesting Narrative. It went through nine […]

Extinction Rebellion

2 weeks of action: 6 – 20 October 2019. See map of potential protest sites: Weekend disruptions: 12 October and 13 OctoberSaturday 12 and Sunday 13 October, there will be mass demonstrations starting at Imperial War Museum and a mass silence at Lambeth Bridge. All sites will still be occupied with protesters. Plan ahead if […]

Christmas Lights Switch-On 14 November 2019

Save the date! Christmas lights in Fitzrovia will be unveiled on 14 November!

The Importance of Food Recycling

First Mile explain the importance of responsible food disposal.

Car Free Day 22 September 2019

For Car Free Day, there will be a number of road closures across London. Many roads will be restricted and closed between 07:00 and 19:00, including Charlotte Street, and other London areas such as City of London, Southwark and Tower Hamlets. London Bridge and Tower Bridge will also be closed. Walking, cycling and using public […]