Monday, 23 March 2009

Good luck Elizabeth...

I know you don't like the limelight, but thank heavens for the brave who have convictions and battle on.

Also, the SAVE Liverpool exhibition moves to London:

Meanwhile, it seems that another group of campaigners are seeing light at the end of the tunnel:

Caltongate was no more than Scotch Mist
With Caltongate Developers Mountgrange now in administration Save Our Old Town Campaigners, against the scheme from October 2005 say, they are full of hope at last for the future of the capital`s historic core. They will be discussing this at a special public SOOT meeting on April the 1st, which will raise a few more smiles to add to those seen today when spreading the news of Mountgrange going into administration. "The buildings that have been emptied and at risk from demolition should be bought back to life and serve the community and city’s needs once again " says campaigner and local resident Sally Richardson adding "This news proves what SOOT has said from day one, that speculative led development is not the way to develop our cities sustainably for the community or environment involved"

Mountgrange in Administration -

for more info on meeting and campaign see


Mike Wade in the Times, Tues 24th:

Heritage Forum:

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