Stop Vittoria Wharf demolition and rethink bridges

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Robert Cabble
Jan 5, 2021
The Mayor of London must be held to account for his commitments to protect culture. This is an unnecessary demolition of a perfectly good building which could be put to better use. Demolition should be a last step, particularly due to the resultant carbon emissions that are generated from it.

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Lars Dam
2 years ago
Because this little unique corner of London is being destroyed by low quality build flats

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Charlie Browne
2 years ago
Londoners must be feeling disappointed with Sadiq Khan, who looked so promising!
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Clare Abbott
3 years ago
It's an interesting an rare survivor from our industrial past and would make excellent small, rentable spaces.

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Chris Plommer
3 years ago
Culture is also in our amazing historic buildings

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Maria Larder
3 years ago
There have alredy been too much demolition in London!!!

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laura warrington
3 years ago
Its completely unnecessary and will increase pollution to the area and ruin the commnuity

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Michael Clack
3 years ago
Let us get to 15000 soonest. I do not live in this area but have relatives near by. Too important as a community and place of Historic value . Not to mention the work creativity that exists.

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Linda Smith
3 years ago
Save this beautiful land from development and for everyone!

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David Treadwell
3 years ago
This will attract more traffic and more toxic air to the area. Not a good idea.