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Save the beautiful leafy Cressingham Gardens community estate. Politicians and Lambeth Council to demolish estate as part of regeneration
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Save Cressingham Feb 3
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Save Cressingham Feb 3
Lambeth council wants to demolish 300 homes on Cresdingham Gardens against the residents wishes and is denying residents a vote. Seems Locality is latest charity hired/corrupted by Lambeth to support their plans ... Same old stuff filling in repetitive surveys
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Save Cressingham Jan 26
. Can you please explain why it appears you are now supporting estate demolitions? How can a charity like yourselves support in demolishing people‘s homes against their will?
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The Log Lady Dec 22
I found a on Gardens and want to reunite it with the owner. Recognise this couple?
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DemolitionWatchLdn Dec 13
Well done Bell - please get yourself down to as early as you can - they’ll be pleased to see their Labour MP coz the last one didn’t bother
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nico phillips 👊🏽👊 Nov 24
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The Log Lady Nov 14
With Cllr Mary Atkins?! If she had her way, Cressingham Gardens would've been demolished already.
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Brixton Buzz Nov 26
Cressingham Gardens features in ‘Concrete Soldiers UK,’ a damning documentary about social housing regeneration projects
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mike urban Nov 26
Cressingham Gardens features in ‘Concrete Soldiers UK,’ a damning documentary about social housing regeneration projects
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Laura Swaffield Nov 26
Cressingham Gardens features in 'Concrete Soldiers UK,' a damning documentary about social housing regeneration projects via
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Paul Sng Nov 21
“I’ve been here 23 years, with my wife, who died three years ago ... She asked me to carry on her work, but I would have done anyway. I don’t intend to leave until I get dragged away by police.” — Andy Plant ⁦⁩ One of my heroes ✊🏽
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Peoples Audit Nov 13
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We The People Nov 11
A few tickets left for this Thursday's screening of at Cressingham Gardens Estate. Come and hear about the campaign and other Brixton based activism.
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We The People Nov 11
Replying to @SaveCressingham
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Peoples Audit Nov 5
So now admitting that won't even be finished by 2030, 18 years after they first announced intention to demolish it. Utter shambles.
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sebastian kraemer Nov 2
estate and Gardens [both due to be redeveloped] were designed and constructed in the late 1960s and 70s by Lambeth under Ted Hollamby, who became a leader in high-density housing with low buildings @20cSoc
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gareth glynn Nov 2
Interesting that just committed to uphold policy to gain residents' consent prior to going ahead with social housing regeneration. What about ?
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Tom Keene Oct 31
Hi I'm a resident of Cressingham Gardens Estate in your constituency. What's your view on Lambeth's estate regeneration programme? Do you support 's efforts to prevent demolition and instigate truly resident-led designs for additional homes?
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We The People Oct 30
We were lucky to have @annecoopr take part in 'We The People'. Anne is a writer and activist. She joined us to share her experience of fighting to save her home the beautiful Cressingham Gardens Estate from regeneration.
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Save Cressingham Oct 23
If you want to take your policy further, why don’t councillors reduce their allowances? The allowances only benefit the “few” and the money could be used to benefit the “many”. Why should our taxes be supporting councillors that live in million pound homes?
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