Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Rushy, Jun 27, 2015.
I'm so glad to hear this. Thanks for passing it on.
Just saw that on Facebook editor
Lambeth is doing great with Jr's at the moment....
They must have a special naughty step at the high court
Hopefully, down in the cells.
I so hope that place gets to live on. It's definitely one of London's greatest ever rave venues
Good news: Brixton’s Club 414 wins court battle with developers, but the fight for survival continues
Wish they'd do more Jazz there, it was such a good space for it.
Lovely to read this:
Historic Brixton nightclub saved – for now - Cornerstone Barristers
The club people have done well - if it rests there.
Love the description of the music on offer: “... wholly or predominantly characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats”
That's the old Criminal Justice Act descriptor!
Nice to see Lambeth having their collective nose rubbed in it again by a court, interesting that they didn't actually try & argue it in front of a judge. Obviously they had been strongly advised that they would not win it. Also nice to see them have to pay costs.
Great result for 414
I've had another letter through saying Market Row have another decision date for their planning application. Since last year has anything change in policy and legal ways to help them fight on?
Sadiq's night Tsar/Czar (which is it?) ? to the rescue
It looks like the planning department are using the same submission as last year.
Have a look here?
Professional planning advice
Friend received this letter today about a planning application for 414 and urged me to object again. I'm passing it on so we can object again.
Here's a comprehensive guide on how to lodge an objection with Lambeth
Saving Brixtons Club 414: important guidelines to making objections
The guidance on the Brixton Buzz article is excellent. This is exactly what is needed in order to fight stuff via the planning process.
It's what the arches campaign needed. Not poetry and glitter bombs.
Important now is that people actually do lodge objections using that advice.
I am posting this as we are not sure of the expiry date for objections/representations for the 'Change of Use' for Club 414.
Letters were sent out first by Lambeth, dated the 22nd August 2016 giving 21 days for comments etc., with the last date being 12th September.
The site notice, was put in place on the post of the zebra crossing on Friday 2nd September with a date of the 23rd September as the closing date. Although it was removed some 4 days later by whom nobody knows. However a request for another notice was granted, that is now in the window of 414.
The advertisement in the 'Lambeth Weekender' states three weeks written representation (21 days) from the publication date of the 9th September which will mean that the closing date should now be the 30th September? The Planning Database gives the expiry date as the 23rd September, the same as the site notice.
We find this whole situation confusing.
May we suggest that should anybody wishing to make a comment on the planning application, should do so within the next 24 hours.
Hopefully Lambeth will confirm shortly the correct date we should abide by.
pleased to say the case officer has sent an email and confirmed that the expiry date will be the 30th September 2016.
Good to see the Fabric campaigners getting behind the 414
Fabric Club campaigners lend their support to Brixton’s Club 414
Well, lookee here
I was just about to post "Application Withdrawn", you beat me to it.
Great but weird ? what's the story.
I imagine they'll just be regrouping before their next assault, all of which gives valuable time for the club to garner more support.
Temporary reprieve for Brixton’s Club 414 as developers withdraw luxury flat planning application
I was talking to Louise recently, She was overwhelmed by the support she has received and mentioned that some of the legal advice and help they are getting is from former patrons who are now lawyers.
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