Today, the LBHF leafleted the West Kensington and Gibbs Green estates with a flyer extolling the benefits of the proposed demolition of their homes. Please see below the press release in reply from the West Kensington and Gibbs Green Tenants Associations as well as the flyer and here is a quote from a local resident, Ms Raymond, who is a Save Earl's Court campaign supporter:
"It is a great shame for Earls Court, and for the whole west London economy, that Capco are several decades behind other more enlightened developers and are still in the business of knock it down, build it densely, sell it off-plan to people who don't want to live there, pocket the profit and run".
The Music Heritage UK podcast on Save Earl's Court is now available to download for free on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/music-heritage-uk-podcast/id742880887?mt=2
Music Heritage UK is a charity which exists to promote, protect and preserve our popular music heritage. They have backed the campaign to save Earls Court from demolition and have produced this podcast based on interviews with campaigners and supporters, including renowned artist and local resident, Duggie Fields. Find out more about the charity at www.musicheritageuk.org and listen to the podcast below.
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