Tower Hamlets councillors approved the plans for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital
redevelopment on 29 August. They ignored 183 objection letters and over 200 on the
petition against the demolition of the Victorian buildings which are appreciated as a
Now the application goes to the Mayor of London Boris Johnson who could refuse it. He needs to know that this redevelopment is not good enough: the buildings are too big, overbearing, soulless, they will take light and offer nothing back. As the landowners, the GLA should demand higher standards from their own housing developments.
Send an email to Boris and the planners – HOW TO OBJECT
Goldsmith’s Row would have a row of front doors along its length.
Parasols represent a small row of commercial units next to the underground car-park entrance.