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Petition opposing the granting of planning permission for 'Dalston Green' development

Local residents have been collecting signatures for a petition opposing the 18 storey redevelopment on the Peacocks site at 51-57 Kingsland High Street. Some concerns include:
  • 130 flats for sale – but none affordable
  • Huge and imposing presence, dominating the historic area and listed buildings
  • No parking spaces – except 2 disabled bays
  • Overshadowing of public space, local homes, Colvestone Primary School, local businesses and Ridley Road Market
  • Dangerous wind speeds will occur in public areas
  • Huge private profit from over development
  • Lack of local consultation and inadequate public benefit.
The only community benefit from this £40 million scheme will be a £1.7million remodelling of the Dalston Kingsland station including installation of two lifts.

You can get more information from OPEN Dalston here

If you would like to collect signatures, with postcodes, you can download a PDF to print out.

Download a copy of the petition

Download a copy of an A4 leaflet

Please return the signed petitions to OPEN Dalston, c/o Dowse and Co, 23-25 Dalston Lane, London, E8 3DF, as soon as possible.

You can also make a personal comment on the planning application online, the deadline has been extended until Friday 24 February 2012

Make your comments to Hackney Council online

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OPEN Dalston c/o Dowse & Co. 23-25 Dalston Lane London, London E8 3DF United Kingdom

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