david200 wrote:Thanks for the aerial reference. It confirms Southwark control the Potter's Field site and that Berkeley Homes can't go ahead without our approval. Our weak leader is likely to give it
david200 wrote:Take away the word Arab and just say “build a Housing Estate” opposite a world heritage site. Berkeley Homes won't give a damn about that and the Tower of London and all this stuff about UNESCO is a sideshow it won't change a thing. It's all about money.
david200 wrote:The whole point about this thread is that after 4 years of dithering
david200 wrote:....is likely to COMPROMISE and do a deal for MONEY with Berkeley Homes and they should not be allowed to! It's our land! Surely that should concern the people of Southwark! It certainly concerns me.
david200 wrote:boroughbloke while you may think you are well informed and it's been interesting to engage in discussion, there is a difference to 'being informed' on an issue and actually DOING something about it.
david200 wrote:Stanton should stand up tomorrow and publicly declare his opposition to the Berkeley Homes scheme
janeinbutler's wrote:I've just got back and read the thread. I should tell you I've seen the design for the sport museum Simon Hughes is talking about, it's a beautiful building. The design sits perfectly with tower bridge. Certainly better than BH anyway, which is not hard. Anyway most importantly it sounds like they have the money to start now.
janeinbutler's wrote:By the way, from what i've heard the sport museum is privately funded.
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