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The bullies at Lambeth Council are trying to take our ‘hood away from us! We need an uprising to tell Lambeth Council in no uncertain terms,
“KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF OUR HOMES!”
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We are not criminals; we are hard working citizens striving to give our families the best chances we can in a more and more challenging world, and Lambeth Council should be supporting us, not seeking to undermine us and strip us of our homes and security.
Over the years, we have been deceived, we have been lied to and kept in the dark when we should have been informed, we have been harassed and harangued with rules and dictats on a whim and we have been ignored when we should have been consulted.
But if overpaid officials and wet-behind-the-ear councillors think they can use these tactics to take our homes and secure tenancies from us, or steal back the property they sold us in order to profit from it again, pretending all the while to be concerned with our interests, they had better think again.
The only residents they are concerned with are new ones with pocketloads of cash to buy the pokey little houses that Lambeth plan to build in pretty little streets with views across London to die for.
Well, those views are still OUR views, and our homes, for all the issues and problems we have with them, are still OUR homes, and if Lambeth were at all conscientious in their duties to the residents of the Central Hill Estate, and the way they spend our money, those issues and problems would have been long since remedied.
They have spent 40 years neglecting Central Hill, and are now trying to turn that neglect to their advantage. If they succeed, the only losers in all of this, after developers get their cut, dealmakers get their backhanders, Lambeth Council replenish their coffers and a few newcomers get their pretty little houses.....will be us.
They will NOT succeed.
Lambeth have underestimated the strength of spirit, the pride and the determination that lives in this concrete village. As neighbours feuds are forgotten, and young and old find they suddenly have everything in common, the community is becoming an army and we intend to fight till our last breath, not just for our homes but for our rights as citizens and tax payers to say, "NO" to the planned "regeneration" of the Central Hill Estate.
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The Central Hill Residents Association will be holding their Annual General Meeting in the Community Centre in Lunham Road at 7pm this evening, 27th September 2016. It is important that residents attend the meeting and have a say on who they would like to represent them in managing those issues that concern them, going forward.[…]
Upper Norwood Triangle Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan Produced by Croydon Council in 2014, this document is a comprehensive manifesto for the protection and management of the Crystal Palace Triangle Conservation Area. As well as defining exactly the area covered, which you will see extends along Central Hill to include the Gatestone Court, directly[…]
Open House is coming to the Central Hill Estate on 18th September 2016. For more information and to book tickets, click here.
The proposed regeneration of the Fenwick Estate has remained under the radar as Cressingham Gardens and The Central Hill Estate have dominated headlines. However, the regeneration plans for the estate which comprises 355 households (221 tenants, 121 leaseholders & 13 freeholders) has been quietly progressing, to the point where there is to be[…]
Almost two years into regeneration consultations with residents on the Central Hill Estate, they have been informed by Neil Vokes, Assistant Director of Regeneration at Lambeth Council, that one of the options for leaseholders to return to the new build estate after the existing one is demolished, “Shared Equity” is now withdrawn due to changes[…]
A once in a lifetime opportunity has presented itself in that PPCR, the independent regeneration advisors to the residents of Central Hill Estate, have, at the request of the Steering Group (since renamed by the council as the Resident Engagement Panel, when they decided to change what was initially called “consultation” to “engagement” in preparation[…]
The South London News programme, hosted by Kat Webb and Suzanne Nagle, is broadcast on Golden Radio every Wednesday evening from 8pm to 10pm from a studio in Crystal Palace in conjunction with a studio in Florida and a third host, Mike Spencer. The programme features local issues that matter to local people and each[…]
If you are a recipient of a green balloon with a luggage label attached which asks you to go to this website, we respectfully ask you to firstly let us know that you received a balloon, and tell us where you found it as we’d love to know how far our balloons travelled! You[…]
It was the second year in a row that Central Hill Estate residents, in collaboration with ASH (Architects for Social Housing) have hosted the annual Open Gardens event, whereby all residents on the estate, and those in the wider community were invited to enjoy good food, good fun but more importantly, to talk about Lambeth’s[…]
Robert Gibson is a local friend of the Crystal Palace Community. He works tirelessly to campaign against injustice and was recently involved in the “sit-in” at the Carnegie Library as part of the wider campaign to stop Lambeth shutting our libraries. He is also a staunch supporter of the campaign to stop Lambeth Council[…]