Save Southall Town Hall Campaign arranges public meetingFri 01 Dec 2017
The meeting will take place at the Dominion Centre in Southall from 7.00 - 9.00 pm.
In September 2017 Ealing Council agreed to lease the Town Hall for an unprecedented 250 years to a private religious group. We believe the entire process followed by the Council to sell the building was unfair, did not involve public consultation and has not considered the likely negative impact of sale on local communities.
Southall Town Hall is the last remaining public building in the town and is linked closely with the history and development of Southall and it's communities. We all passionately care about preserving Southall Town Hall as a public building, open to all residents and have opposed plans to sell the building.
The Save Southall Town Hall Campaign has been established by residents, community groups and businesses. The Campaign already has many supporters and this support is growing fast, including:
The Monitoring Group, Southall Community Alliance, Migrant Advice and Advocacy Service, Southall Self Defence Club, Lancaster Estate Residents Association, Southall Transition, Horn of Africa Disability Elderly Association, Lalis Direct Care Ltd, Samafal Community Association etc
The public meeting will :
- Hear from key note speakers, tenants and residents about the impact of sale
- provide information to residents about Ealing Council's decision to sell Southall Town Hall
- consider a legal challenge and the possibility of a judicial review of Ealing Council's decision.
For further information please contact Janpal Basran on 07958 499222 or at email@example.com
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