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Reardon House & Lowder House – proposed infill build of new homes

Reardon House & Lowder House – proposed infill build of new homes

By on January 29, 2018 in Housing, Planning with 0 Comments

The Council is proposing to build new homes on the Reardon House / Lowder House children’s playground, Lowder House car park and Lowder House garages.

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Raine’s House consultation event – some answers from the council

Raine’s House consultation event – some answers from the council

By on January 26, 2018 in Events, News, Planning, Tower Hamlets with 0 Comments

The council has responded to questions LW asked about the Raines’ House community centre consultation event on Saturday 27th January. You can read the email response and a leaflet distribution list here.

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Raine’s House Wapping community centre consultation Saturday 27th January

Raine’s House Wapping community centre consultation Saturday 27th January

By on January 25, 2018 in Comment, Events, Planning with 0 Comments

Wapping residents are invited to attend a consultation about the use of Raine’s House as a community centre on Saturday 27th January between 1pm and 6pm

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Labour bribery affair – ‘Shuks’ Khalisadar denies all allegations (video)

Labour bribery affair – ‘Shuks’ Khalisadar denies all allegations (video)

By on December 15, 2017 in Corruption, Planning, Tower Hamlets council with 0 Comments

Local businessman Abdul Shukur ‘Shuks’ Khalisadar has published a video on social media in which he denies any wrong doing or involvement in offering or paying bribes to anyone.

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Tories join with Khan and Lib Dems in call for DCLG return

Tories join with Khan and Lib Dems in call for DCLG return

By on December 14, 2017 in Corruption, Planning, Tower Hamlets council with 0 Comments

Tower Hamlets Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats and Rabina Khan’s People Alliance of Tower Hamlets (PATH) have joined forces to call for the the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to send it’s Commissioners back to the borough.

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