They forgot that we were seeds…

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On Friday we paid another visit to Annington Properties at their 1 James Street address in Central London (feel free to pop by and let them know what you think of their plans, by the way). Given the events of the last couple of weeks, it felt important to let them know we hadn’t disappeared and were just as committed to challenging their ‘regeneration’ plans as we ever have been.

Accordingly, we rolled up with a coffin covered in flowers, and a giant banner emblazoned with the slogan we have adopted from Mexico: ‘They tried to bury us; they didn’t know we were seeds.’

We know that everything about our fight is a David and Goliath-uphill battle, since Annington (and parent company Terra Firma) have the backing of Barnet Council, a Tory Cabinet Minister, and billions of pounds in the bank. However, that is not enough to stop us. Annington…

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One comment

  1. gyordanova · May 8, 2015

    What an inspiration group of activists. Well, we are the next at Whitefield Estate. Our CPOs have been delivered and anxiety is rising. Yet we are all been told that new homes will be delivered for us; hence they want us to believe this. But having witnessing your stories, it seems to me that we are next on the line of being out of the picture.

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