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London, 08/03/2015. Following the eviction of the Sweets Way Estate (N20) in February (Aftermath of the eviction please click here: http://bit.ly/1DVWxH2), Barnet residents, activists, Londoners and members of the public meet at Sweets Way N20 to have a 'Fun Day' celebrating their five-year-old community and protest against the so called "Barnet Homes and Annington Homes". From the organisers press release: <<Sweets Way Estate housing occupation kicks off with community fun day. Tenants and activists have occupied a prominent empty house on the Sweets Way estate in Barnet to highlight the community being destroyed by Annington Homes' 'redevelopment' plans, as eviction of 150 family homes is underway. This morning, metal covers were removed from the doors and windows of a recently emptied Sweets Way flat, opening the space to the public as part of a short-term political occupation by activists and tenants. The action was inspired by Focus E15, the East London campaign launched by 29 young mothers facing evictions, who fought to be rehoused locally, occupying four flats on the Carpenters Estate in Stratford in September 2014. Like the Focus E15 Open House, the Sweets Way social centre aims to highlight social cleansing of a community, and provide space for residents to organise together for decent homes. Property developer Annington Homes is committed to just 11% 'affordable' homes in the planned re-development of Sweets Way estate. Most of the families of Sweets Way have already faced eviction from the estate – and are currently residing in temporary accommodation across London – and the occupation kicks off with current and former residents coming together at a fun day to celebrate the community they have built in the past five years. […]>>.<br />
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For more information please click here: http://bit.ly/1CXltzo &   http://on.fb.me/1E1Qv4i<br />
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For the website of the Company which was granted for redevelopment of Sweets Way Park please click here: http://bit.ly/1DrkFAa
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London, 08/03/2015. Following the eviction of the Sweets Way Estate (N20) in February (Aftermath of the eviction please click here: http://bit.ly/1DVWxH2), Barnet residents, activists, Londoners and members of the public meet at Sweets Way N20 to have a 'Fun Day' celebrating their five-year-old community and protest against the so called "Barnet Homes and Annington Homes". From the organisers press release: <<Sweets Way Estate housing occupation kicks off with community fun...
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