Ebury Bridge Estate report going to Council Cabinet on Monday 9th July

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The next stage in Westminster Council’s planned Ebury Bridge Estate regeneration takes place this coming Monday, when the Cabinet meets to consider the report (link below) and its recommendation of the ‘preferred scenario’ – which is full demolition of the estate.

As your ward Councillors, Cllr Mann and Cllr Talukder have requested to be at the meeting, and will speak up for residents.

We advise anyone who’s interested in what happens to Ebury Bridge Estate to read the reports being presented to the Cabinet (below) – and raise your concerns with us by emailing info@churchilllabour.co.uk.

The Cabinet Meeting takes place at 7pm on Monday 9th July at City Hall, 5 Strand, WC2N 5HR (this is the Trafalgar Square end of Strand). Some Ebury Bridge Estate residents will also be meeting outside City Hall from 6.30pm to make their voices heard.

Members of the public are allowed to attend the meeting and listen to the discussion Part 1 of the Agenda (which includes the discussion about Ebury). Admission to the public gallery is by ticket, issued from the ground floor reception at City Hall from 6.30pm. If you have a disability and require any special assistance please contact the Committee Officer, Reuben Segal (020 7641 3160; rsegal@westminster.gov.uk) in advance of the meeting.

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