Save our homes - Montreal Square , Cambridge

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Katie Hawks
Mar 22, 2020
It's important not to keep knocking things down and putting new, inferior stuff up for a quick quid - it's environmentally damaging both to the people and the planet.

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Fiona Kiane
Mar 7, 2020
This is happening all over the country. My home in Norfolk is now under threat. This should not be allowed to happen anywhere across the UK.
I support the residents of Montreal Estate. Say No to Social Cleansing, Say No to taking our green spaces.
Say YES to standing United with residents and communities to save their homes.

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Fiona Kiane
Mar 7, 2020
This is happening all over the country. My home in Norfolk is now under threat. Peoples homes and their communities are at risk. Say no to social cleansing. Stand together. Stand united for all our communities to stay in their homes.

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Caroline Annetts
Jan 19, 2020
I don’t believe these houses should be demolished, far too many new houses will be squeezed into the space left and will be totally unfair to the existing residents.

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Kit Conyngham
Jan 1, 2020
I believe in proper social housing and the rights of these long-term residents to the homes and community they have.

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alison murtagh
Dec 27, 2019
My grandmother lived there for many years. It is a community, not something you get anymore in an overcrowded, overpopulated and built up Cambridge. Leave it alone and concentrate on the outskirts of the City.

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Dee White
1 year ago
I dont want all these ppl to lose their homes. Along with.many older residents, who are simply terrified by the prospect of upheaval.
I can relate to that! And I'm 44!

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Jonathan Chapman
1 year ago
It's claimed in their best interest to rebuild new houses as these are old, but that is a poor excuse. It's a charming cul de sac and this is just a push to squeeze more residents into Cambridge at the cost of the quality of life for those already living there.

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Monica Hone
1 year ago
We need to protect every green space, every garden, every tree.

I don't oppose redevelopment on an existing footprint, but NO expansion onto green space.

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Henry Pryor
1 year ago
Because this sounds like another example of the damage to tenants rights caused by the withdrawal of the 1977 Rent Act. The object of which was to make long term security in the home dependent on ownership and a huge mortgage debt.