Petition against proposed peacock tower development

We the undersigned, object to the proposed tower development at 51-57 Kingsland High Street (Peacock's site, E8)

More information can be found here

http://opendalston.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/dalston-to-get-shafted.html




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  • Antonio Gil Martinez This development is not only inelegant, as pointed out by Islington Council, it is totally inappropriate, excessive, led by the greed of the developers, and has only profit for people who don't live in Dalston. For the residents, this will only deprive us from precious light (I live very near by), and will overcrowd even more the already overcrowded area. It doesn't provide enough services and it will destroy the character and inheritance of Ridley Road Market

  • Soxee Sox What is this doing for the local community ? For the people who have lived, grown up and invested in this area for years ? Regeneration SHOULD include the community, not excluding them from the very area they have build up. All these new places in dalston and very little affordable/Social housing.

  • Carola Stefan This proposal has no benefit for the local community as only 15% of the flats would be affordable.
    It seems as if the council wants to attract more and more of white middle class people. What about Dalston's diversity!?!

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    Antonio Gil Martinez, United Kingdom

    1 month ago Comments: This development is not only inelegant, as pointed out by Islington Council, it is totally inappropriate, excessive, led by the greed of the developers, and has only profit for people who don't live in Dalston. For the residents, this will only deprive us from precious light (I live very near by), and will overcrowd even more the already overcrowded area. It doesn't provide enough services and it will destroy the character and inheritance of Ridley Road Market
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