Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The property giant Capital and Counties (CapCo) has confirmed that the green light to an application for Conservative-run Hammersmith and Fulham Council of the 750 apartments of West Kensington and Gibbs Green housing estates as part of its proposals to destroy for the rehabilitation of the Earls Court-area residents are asked despite "campaign to the stalls with" localist "forces available to rescue the conservative-led government.

A spokesman said that its first applications are CapCo "in the coming weeks" adding that "the possible inclusion of" the two orders is a decision for the Council when he claimed that there 'substantial evidence to support the redevelopment proposals from estates residents, "it echoed the Council 's recent statements on the subject.

The council has promised to every citizen in the development of a new home is located and that the tenant for the "would be at a social rent, but the anti-demolition activists counter, however, that it 'irrefutable evidence of the residents' overwhelming opposition to Demolition "in the form of two-thirds of them signing up to a planned residence-controlled cooperative apartments, the takeover could confirm the ownership and management of the goods (the number is determined by the activists 'lawyer, the housing specialist Keith join Jenkins ).

The people 'campaign claimed that the Earl's Court Project has now become a "national test case for localism," and the political importance of the system seems to intensify to be. Capco \ campaign's to keep decision bulldozed the stands in its proposals for the 77-acre site has taken despite considerable political support for the residents of \. "Ken Livingstone, promised last year to do" far more mutual and cooperative models support "of tenant control has to be" full support "to the people" given campaign.


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