Psst! Wanna Buy a Bit of Land?

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The Royal Mail have finally put the Mount Pleasant site on the market. You can download the sales brochure via this link to the Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood Forum's website

https://mountpleasantforum.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/rmg-mount-pleasant-brochure.pdf

With less than 18 months left before the Royal Mail’s planning permission expires, they're going to have to shift it quick.  Now Boris isn't around to interfere any more, HV doubts Camden and Islington Councils will forgive and forget what happened.

The Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood Forum are working hard to find the necessary partners to buy the site on the community's behalf and realise the community’s alternative scheme.

“THIS IS A GREAT EXAMPLE OF HOW BIG DEVELOPMENTS SHOULD WORK – WORKING WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES TO DESIGN REAL NEIGHBOURHOODS THAT WORK FOR THE EXISTING COMMUNITY.”

Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London

Take a look at the video Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood Forum made about Royal Mail's plans

Now have a look at the considerably better ones that came though proper community consultation.

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