Don’t let the Duke of Westminster demolish our homes!

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Carol Goatham
23 hours ago
Poorer people in need of social housing should not be ousted by the rich.

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Luna de Casanova
Aug 22, 2021
Because another new development in the area will end destroying it all it charme
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Tim Morton
Jun 22, 2021
I believe in social housing at social rents

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Sarah Clark
Jun 12, 2021
It’s happening all across London - has been for decades, but recently, is really ramping up. They use excuse of providing homes, but the new builds don’t provide more homes, they often provide less social housing than older blocks torn down to make way for them. Its disgusting..

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John Willis
Jun 12, 2021
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Tracey Mc keever
May 20, 2021
he is a selfish man who has billions yet has people on his street with no food and he wants to make them homeless as well for greed

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Garry Sheen
Feb 26, 2021
My family lived at 25 Walden House for many years. I now live far from there, but have distinct and fond memories of being part of that community. Communities such as these should be cherished, not disposed of in favour of luxury housing for the privileged.

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Rebecca hazlewood
1 year ago
This is iconic and characterful architecture, as a film maker it is upsetting that this mid century treasure is not being preserved.

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Sylvia Browning
1 year ago
These homes must be saved urgently. This is vital for all the families living there and for the sake of the entire local community. Save our heritage!

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John Bland
1 year ago
I am the first cousin three times removed of Sir Robert Woolley Walden in whose memory this building is named. As Sir Robert negotiated the donation of the land on which Walden House was built on in the first place, I know that he would be appalled that an agreement that he brokered seems to being reneged upon.

Given that Sir Robert was perhaps an unsung hero in poor law reform in pre War London, Walden House which should be more rightly be named Woolley Walden House is an ideal dedication to his memory and his work in health, poor law administration in the City of Westminster and the wider Metropolitan area as Metropolitan Asylums Board member and Chair.
His efforts must not be forgotten.