Protest against Tottenham property developers Thurs 26th March 1pm

Our Tottenham – Not Their Tottenham

Protest outside the £300-a-head ‘regeneration and redevelopment’ event at our Town Hall
Thursday 26th March, 1pm – 2pm

Tottenham Town Hall, Town Hall Approach Rd, London N15 4RY
Protest called by the Our Tottenham Coordination Group, Haringey Housing Action Group, Taxpayers Against Poverty, and Haringey Solidarity Group. All supporters are welcome to bring relevant placards and banners…

We believe that those who live and work in Tottenham should be driving forward the decisions about the future of our communities. Instead we have unaccountable property developers, Councillors and private companies trying to impose their top-down, profit-led mass ‘regeneration and redevelopment’ schemes all over our neighbourhoods.

As the Tottenham public are excluded from this elitist event for so-called ‘key stakeholders’ [see below], we call on local people to attend the protest/rally outside to make our voices known…We invite all the real key stakeholders to join in.

At 6pm local people are invited to come and share ‘protest nibbles’ outside the N17 Design Studio, 451-453 High Road, London, N17 6QH, where event participants will be eating their own luxury ‘nibbles’ to round off their event.

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Regenerating Tottenham
New London Architecture on Location Event
Thursday 26 March 2015, 13:30 – 18:00 followed by drinks
Tottenham Town Hall, Town Hall Approach Rd, London N15 4RY

Ticket cost £299 +VAT

It has just been announced that Tottenham will be one of the nine new GLA Housing Zones for London, while key discussions are also moving forward for Crossrail 2, with proposals for new stations at Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale and Turnpike Lane. NLA hosts this afternoon ‘on location’ session in Tottenham to hear from key stakeholders on regeneration plans, identify key opportunities and support new work in the area.

A networking lunch will be followed by an area briefing with senior council representatives, developers, investors and occupiers; walking tours of Tottenham Hale, North Tottenham and Seven Sisters & Tottenham Green; and evening networking hosted at John McAslan and Partners’ N17 Design Studio (6pm) with local beers, drinks and nibbles.

Speakers include:
Nick Walkley, Chief Executive, Haringey Council
Richard Blakeway
, Deputy Mayor for Housing, Land and Property, GLA
Michèle Dix
, Managing Director Crossrail 2, Transport for London
Gerry Hughes
, Senior Director – Head of Development, GVA
Andy Rumfitt
, Director of Economic Development, AECOM
Anthony Benson
, Director, Allies & Morrison
Cllr Alan Strickland
, Cabinet Member for Housing and Regeneration, Haringey Council
Sophie Camburn
, Associate – Urban Design, Arup
Peter Murray
, Chairman, NLA (Chair)
Further speakers to be announced

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