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Demolition threat to 'Colorama' Victorian warehouse buildings, Lancaster Street

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Monday 5 November 2012 9.26pm
There's a map of the neighbourhood plan area here:
http://moderngov.southwark.gov.uk/documents/s32853/Appendix%20A.pdf

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Monday 5 November 2012 9.38pm
Hi James,

Thanks for the link. DO you happen to know if there is a Neighbourhood Plan for the bottom end of Blackfriars Road?
Monday 12 November 2012 4.46pm
Reminder that the planning decision meeting is on Wednesday 14th November at 7pm, Southwark Council, 160 Tooley Street.

The meeting is open to the public.
Monday 19 November 2012 2.04pm
Sad to see the demolition has been completely approved. It's a shame we don't have people with more imagination working in the council, or more crucially, it's a shame developers never seem to look beyond total demolition and new build as the only option.

It's horrible to see how much of London has been ruined by affordable housing over the past 50 years. Soon the streets will look like any other generic city.

There are some amazing examples of old buildings being being redeveloped and expanded to create bigger and more practical buildings. How can we try to get this across to the council that London deserves a more considered and unique approach?
Wednesday 8 May 2013 5.01pm
Angry letter from Colorama Occupiers against their eviction and more:

Here

Evictions set for Thursday 9th 8am. There seems to be a call out for people to turn up at this time in protest.

https://twitter.com/LibraryStLondon/status/331400445769678848
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