Wednesday, 7 March 2012

Celebrate Dalston's fight for environmental and social justice.

Today we handed in a petition of 1328 signatures of local people objecting to the Dalston Kingsland towerblock application. At the eleventh hour shocking new information has come forward which we will report in our next article.We have prepared what we will say to the Hackney Planning Committee tonight. Tomorrow we will celebrate Dalston's fight for environmental and social justice (see below).


Film by www.channel33.co.uk

We invite all who are part of our campaign to come to JAZZ AT WU's tomorrow , Thursdy 8 March, from 9pm until 11.30pm at 49 Ridley Road, Dalston E8. We will be entertained by the Dulce Tones and the extraordinary tales of bluster, subterfuge and greed that have been revealed. We will celebrate Dalston's fight for environmental and social justice.


1 comment:

  1. Huge congratulations to OPEN Dalston for spearleading an amazing, record-breaking first success in the ongoing struggle to regenerate Dalston sympathetically rather than as the developers, City Hall and usually the easily-swayed Council have done so far.
    Getting the Planning Committee to reject this awful application is a terrific achievement.

    DIANA WEIR

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