DEVELOPMENT HELL! 10 days until Boris makes his decision.
Apr 8, 2016 — Currently, two borough councils, two local Mayors, over 11,000 petitioners, over 500 letter-writers, over 200 businesses, all local MP's and Councillors object to the plans for Shoreditch. Yet one man will decide its future, at the request of the developers.
Boris Johnson will make his decision on the Bishopsgate Goodsyard on Monday 18 April at 1pm at a Hearing at City Hall. If you can't make it, tell friends to come so that the chamber is full. Arrive at 12 for a gathering outside.
City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA
Today the Mayor's planning officers' report will reveal what recommendation they are making to Boris Johnson. We will make a statement about the content of the report on our website.
Information on the Hearing: https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/planning/planning-applications-and-decisions/public-hearings/bishopsgate-goodsyard-public
Join us for the re-launch of Development Hell: an exhibition of documentation and artabout the tangled web of Shoreditch planning. How did it come to this?
Music, wine, outdoor films at Shoreditch Church Thursday 14 April 6.30 - 9.30pm
Then open daily 12 noon - 2pm
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