"On Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 October there will be Judicial Review of the decision by Haringey Council to set up a joint partnership with Lendlease, the Australian multi-national corporation which will take over development and regeneration work in Haringey, worth at least £2 billion of property and land which will be transferred out of public control. This includes not only large estates like Northumberland Park in Tottenham but smaller estates such as Tunnel Gardens (behind Durnsford Road) and some homes off Durnsford Road in Alexandra ward, and all the commercial premises owned by the borough.
There will be a demo on both days outside the court at Strand, London, WC2A 2LL from 9 to 10 am
Also the crowdfunding has re-opened at STOP HDV - Haringey Development Vehicle as this is costing a lot of money to stop such demolition of communities and disruption to vulnerable people especially. David Wolfe QC who successfully defended Alexandra Palace against its being sold off by the Council ten years ago is leading for us in this action.
Please also consider turning up outside the Royal Courts of Justice between 9 and 10 am on either 25th or 26th October to lobby, or inside the court during the day to swell the public gallery.
Gordon Peters is a retired Social Services Director and currently chair of Haringey Older Peoples Reference Group