Following residents’ concern Guinness has been obliged to rethink its plans by the City. The City says that some of the blocks are too big. This is what was revealed at the packed meeting on Feb 6 through a statement provided by the Director of Planning. At the end of this meeting you asked Munsur Ali to represent your views to Guinness.
In the meantime rumours are circulating. “Labour is opposed to the redevelopment”. This is not true. In fact Labour has been sounding out the City of London on a possible joint venture to help Guinness deliver a more viable scheme.
Labour candidate Munsur Ali says the key issues are:
1. Has Guinness got a Plan B?
2. When will it be made public?
3. Will residents be fully consulted?
4. Will Guinness improve its repairs service in the meantime?
Labour believes that you have a right to know what’s going on behind the scenes and to be fully involved in these discussions. “Communication with Guinness should not be controlled by one or two people” is what you say. We hope you agree that Labour’s commitment to local residents is what is needed from your elected representatives.
Vote Labour on 23 March – Vote for Munsur Ali and Jason Pritchard
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