bobcourt wrote:...There seems to be a common theme here that regeneration = bad. The regeneration/gentrification of E&C, and the treatment of existing residents should be considered to be two completely different things.
bobcourt wrote:As for people being asked to leave their homes, well, if you're renting a property, privately or socially and the landlord gives you notice, then you have to leave. Private renters are worse off because they're only guaranteed a 6-12 month stay in a given property!
I do understand that there are a handful of leaseholders in the Heygate that are being offered prices that are below the market rate. This is a completely different matter, and I agree that this is appalling. I do sympathise with them and I hope that they continue to fight their cases.
bobcourt wrote:Referring to your previous statement about suggesting we should increase the social mix in Dulwich Village: I had a look the police.uk website, and the crime figures indicate that we should leave Dulwich village alone, and focus on improving Elephant and Castle.
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