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Festival special Grand raffle for Fitzrovia summer festival to be drawn at Festival in Fitzroy Square.
Centre grant axed The Fitzrovia Neighbourhood Centre may have to sack one of its workers in a year’s time — then close entirely in two years.
‘Diplomatic’ double deal: yet another chance for ‘special case’ slum landlords An angry deputation of residents of Fitzrovia Housing Action Area protested about the continuing scandal of 52-60 Grafton Way.
Rogue chairman in lap of developers On 5 January Camden Development Control Committee performed an incredible somersault and gave permission to demolish the three Georgian houses at 35-37 Windmill Street, and replace them with luxury flats. Fitz-snowvia! Once again Fitzrovia … Continue reading
The relentless fight of property company to destroy East Marylebone A renewed threat of wholesale destruction hangs over East Marylebone. The threat comes from new planning applications to knock down buildings on four sites and replace them with anonymous blocks, … Continue reading
Goodge Street threat renewed Once again we find ourselves battling to save part of the Charlotte Street conservation area. Number 22 to 30 Goodge Street a row of early- to mid-19 century houses on the north side, is threatened with … Continue reading
Front Page. High rise high rents; We’ve been cheated say Gresse Street tenants. Five minute warning to destruction; Carburton’s shameful end.
Front Page. Spring clean of local enthusiasm; Carburton Street Triangle.
Front Page. Media invasion; At a time of deepening economic gloom and increasing unemployment one growth area that is moving into Fitzrovia in a big way is the media. 24 Warren Street; new housing.
Front Page. Community defeats developers; An important victory has been won by people who live and work in property in the Langham Street area. News from the Clubhouse; staff changes at All Souls.