Magic Homes will soon be starting the development of 45 Lawrence Road with a mix of 80 flats and some commercial units.
Today Seven Sisters is a multi-cultural area strongly influenced by its location on the key road and underground rail routes. Immediately above the tube station is an early-Edwardian department store building, formerly occupied by Wards Furnishing Stores, which traded until 1972. Part of the building, known locally as Wards Corner, is thriving as an indoor market with a strong Latin American flavour.
The Clyde Circus Conservation Area stretches between the busy local shops of West Green Road and Philip Lane. Most of the residential streets between are in the Conservation Area, but not the more modern Lawrence Road and Elizabeth Place.
Residents of the Clyde Circus Conservation Area are brought together by the Clyde Area Residents Association (CARA), which holds an annual street party. Its sister group, the Fountain Area Residents Association (FARA), covers residents to the south of West Green Road, namely those in Kirkton Road, Roslyn Road, Seaford Road, Elmar Road, Turner Avenue, Brunel Walk, Avenue Road and Braemar Road. Recent successful projects organised by FARA members include the creation of a community garden at the site of a dated pedestrian ramp.
Another recent community project is Avenue Orchard. The local community utilised wasteland behind a concrete wall on Avenue Road for planting apple trees and held a workshop with local artists to source ideas for how to improve the look and feel of the wall and area around the Avenue Orchard.
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