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    Weʼve raised £4,623 to Fund a legal challenge to Haringey Council's decision to transfer £2 Billion of public assets to a 50:50 private/public partnership!

    London Borough of Haringey, United Kingdom
    Funded on Thursday, 18th May 2017

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    Haringey Council’s Cabinet leadership is seeking to transfer the ownership and rights over its public assets and property to a partnership with Lendlease, a multinational corporate developer with a very chequered history, based in Australia. Several similar public-private deals elsewhere in the UK, on a much smaller scale, have already failed. As a consequence, their liquidation has led to major losses for both local authorities and rate-payers. Despite this, the Cabinet intends to complete a highly risky deal with Lendlease to establish the Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV) which will involve the disposal of Council homes, community buildings, and commercial property worth more than £2 billion. We must stop this now while there is still time.
    We have successfully raised £4,000 (heartfelt thanks to those who contributed) to meet the costs of a Pre-Action Letter warning the Leader of Haringey Council that if she and her inner Cabinet persist with their decision to transfer public assets to the Haringey Development Vehicle with Lendlease as the exclusive partner, then we shall have to consider Judicial Review. Now, as part of the growing campaign to stop the Haringey Development Vehicle, we urgently need to continue to raise money for the next stage of legal action. Going to the High Court could cost as much as £25,000. Our lawyers, Leigh Day however, believe we have a very strong case. Pledges from individuals as well as organisations will all help. If we fail to raise these monies, we risk having to stand by and witness the biggest sell-off of local authority assets in U.K. history.

    Gordon Peters

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    Please forward to as many individuals as possible but also particularly to any organisations you think might contribute.



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      • Jackie  Baker

        Jackie Baker

        May 15, 2017

      • Sean FORSTER

        Sean FORSTER

        May 13, 2017

        Solidarity with you in fighting the deadly claws of gentrication!

      • Vicky Bromley

        Vicky Bromley

        May 9, 2017

        Wishing you every success with this.


      • Kathy Mcgowan

        Kathy Mcgowan

        May 6, 2017


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        Red Army Motorcycle Riding Club

        May 3, 2017

        This assault on communities & justice must be stopped. RARC bikers are proud to support the good fight.


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        Dale Lewis

        May 3, 2017

        From Annette Eastwood in Zimbabwe


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        May 2, 2017


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      Gordon Peters

      Gordon Peters

      London Borough of Haringey, United Kingdom

      Retired Director of Social Services, former fellow of the King's Fund and a health & social care consultant for UK and overseas governments. Chairs the Haringey Older Peoples Reference Group; active in Haringey Over 50s; Unite Community TU; the Green Party - and his allotment!

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