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Friday, 13 February 2015

CHELSEA SOCIETY SAYS KNOCKING DOWN SUTTON TOO COMPLEX TO DISCUSS!

Chelsea Society say social media is not the place to discuss residents' fears about being kicked out of their much loved homes...so that's ok then!


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  1. What the point of having social media , if they dont carry comments from others. They claim that the person posting ' wants people to know about this ' DUH - YEAH - thats' what twitters is used for. I notice on their website they have lots of info on the hospitals , Crossrail, which is right , but the ol' sutton estate - well its only 100 years old an full of poor people - perhaps the overseas investors will look good on the Chelsea Society Committee !

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  2. The Evening Standard, The Guardian, The Save The Sutton Estate Petition, all have amazing support across the economic divide - just read the comments. This is a jewel in Chelsea with so many fond memories for Chelsea residents from all walks of life. Wake up Chelsea Society !

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  3. Would The Kensington Society be prepared to do something ?

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  4. Social Media is not the place to debate this...Utter Tosh...

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  5. Social Media is not the place to debate this...Utter Tosh...

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