Can you get help us off to a flying start? Can you make a donation on the first day of our appeal on TUES 5 MARCH 2019?
We then have only 30 days to reach our target of £5000. If we can raise a good chunk of this in the first couple of days it will encourage others to donate.
The donation can be any amount – all are welcome, big or small!
Delancey want to build nearly a thousand new homes, but only 116 will be social rented – and we will have to wait nearly ten years to get them. Delancey may even get away with providing no social rented housing at all.
We think this is wrong and that is why we are going to court to try to overturn the permission. We want at least 42 more social rented homes and we know the Mayor has the money to pay for them. We want a better deal for shopping centre traders – a bigger relocation fund and lower rents.
Our community deserves a development scheme that provides homes and shops that are truly affordable for local people, not one that short-changes us.
So please help us and DONATE on TUES 5 MARCH 2019
Please share the our CrowdJustice link with your friends too!
Following the success of our fundraising party last year we are taking the next step in our vibrant campaign to force Southwark Council to bin the Elephant and Castle shopping Centre scheme. We have engaged the services of high-powered lawyers and are hopeful that we can quash the planning approval in the courts.
BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP TO RAISE FUNDS FOR OUR LEGAL CAMPAIGN
So please come along for a evening of entertainment and instruction!
PREMIERE Why Does the Elephant Keep Developing? (20 mins)Documentary filmmaker Emile Scott Burgoyne tracks the progress of the Elephant and Castle redevelopment scheme and the vibrant campaign to save our Elephant, asking some uncomfortable questions of the powers-that-be.
Rainbow Collective (29 mins) Campaigning film crew Rainbow Collectivechart the social cleansing of Peckham, Canada Water, the Aylesbury Estate, the Heygate Estate and the Elephant and Castle shopping centre, giving a platform to the local people most affected.
Discussion 8:15pm to 9pm
· Q&A with filmmakers Emile Scott Burgoyne and Hannan Majid from Rainbow Collective
· Short speeches from Up the Elephant campaigners.