The West Green Road / Seven Sisters Development Trust was set up in 2008 by four members of the Wards Corner Coalition to represent the shared interests of residents, businesses and groups based in and around Wards Corner.
Our next AGM is Thursday 16 March
A continuación la invitación en español. Carlos Burgos, Myfanwy Taylor, and Ariana Markowitz are pleased to invite you to the Annual General Meeting of the West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust on Thursday 16 March at 8:30pm on Zoom. At the meeting, we will present and approve the Annual Report of our activities over the last year and…
A warm welcome to our new Trustee, Ariana Markowitz
We are pleased to share that Ariana Markowitz is joining the West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust as a Trustee. Ariana is a social urbanist and feminist researcher who specialises in participatory urban design amid conflict. Her research and practice have focused on Latin America for most of the last 10 years, especially El Salvador,…
Work with us!
We’re recruiting for an exciting freelance opportunity on the Wards Corner Community Plan. Community organising and partnership development for the Community Plan As part of our community organising strategy, we are hiring a freelance worker to engage the local community and build strong partnerships to support the Community Plan and our bid for the long-term…
The Trustees are Carlos Burgos, Myfanwy Taylor, and Ariana Markowitz. We are currently recruiting for more Trustees. Further information can be found here, but feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Carlos Burgos is Chair of the West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust. He is the co-founder of the Pedro Achata Trust, a charity which helps Latin American migrants develop their potential whilst living in the UK.
Myfanwy Taylor is a local resident and urban and economic geographer. Her collaborative research focuses on the community value of markets, commercial displacement and local economic development ‘from below’.
Ariana Markowitz is a social urbanist and feminist researcher living in Seven Sisters. She works toward equitable community development, especially in contexts of conflict.