Tags » Social Cleansing

West Hendon Public Inquiry - Round 2

Beginning on the 28th March 2017, will be the 2nd West Hendon Public Inquiry which will take place at the Royal Air Force museum in Colindale. 163 more words


Estate Regeneration - Mayor's Consultation - Our Response

To the Mayor of London

Residents and community activists have worked together to formulate a detailed reply to your consultation Homes for London, ‘Good Practice Guide To Estate Regeneration ‘and we would like to ensure that it is documented by the mayor and City Hall that the following campaigns  have contributed to the attached written response. 254 more words


The housing domino effect...

The Sky City estate in the London borough of Haringey which is set for demolition

When we were checking through our news feed this morning, we came across this press release about yet another estate demolition in London being carried out by a Labour controlled council: … 534 more words


Little Lord Rock Weilding Felon

The stately home pictured above, Gosford House near Longniddry in East Lothian, is one of three piles owned by his wealthy aristocratic family that Cllr Rock Feilding-Mellen, the RBKC Cabinet Member for Housing, Property and Regeneration, can retire to when he takes time away from his £50,000 per annum “part time” role as Deputy Leader of the RBKC Council. 1,221 more words

Is this the start of the gentrification of Tilbury?

Gentrification? In Tilbury?! We never thought we’d be mentioning these two words in the same sentence – what’s going on with the proposed Gloriana Thurrock Ltd. 691 more words


Silchester Financial Viability Assessment

Cllr Feilding-Mellen and his quislings at RBKC (the likes of local boy “made bad” Martin Mortimer, the “cultural tourists” from West London Citizens, and ex Lambeth and Hammersmith and Fulham Council “serial regenerator” Saddiqa Islam ) are pressing on relentlessly with their misbegoten and heartless plan to “socially cleanse” the Silchester Estate by demolishing existing residents’ homes, scattering a settled community and enclosing the open green spaces like it was part of the vicious Highland Clearances of the late 18th and early 19th century. 649 more words

Paget-Brown - Digging His Own Grave?

Over the past couple of months the Grenfell Action Group have been attempting by various means, including use of the Freedom Of Information Act, to shed light on Council Leader Nick Paget-Brown’s attendance at a private dinner to which he was invited by the organisers of the MIPIM conference at Olympia in 2015. 794 more words