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Moxon Street Car Park - Community Liaison Meeting Report 8th March

Please find attached the minutes from the most recent CLG meeting, held last Thursday (8th March).

At the meeting, attendees were informed of upcoming archaeological digs on site undertaken by the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA). After meeting with MOLA on Friday last week, it is clear that it will not be possible to keep the car park open during these works. Therefore, the car park will close on Monday 16th April for two weeks. The Farmers Market will continue to operate on the Sunday of this two week period, from the south of the site.

As covered in the minutes, the next CLG meeting will also take place on Monday 16th April, at Aubaine Marylebone from 6.30pm.

pdfMoxon Street Car Park CLG Meeting no 5 - Minutes

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