The London Forum is holding a meeting on Tuesday 4th March that will discuss
Saving pubs and local facilities
This has been a pertinent issue of late in Chelsea.
Time: 6pm for 6.30 -8.45pm
Venue: The Gallery, 75 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ
Nearest station: Farringdon
This open event will deal with the ways of saving local pubs and other assets of community value.
The main speaker will be Dale Ingram who is an historic buildings and planning consultant with a passion for Britain’s pubs and brewing sector. She is the current CAMRA Campaigner of the Year, which was awarded for her work with local communities and political engagement in planning reform to protect pubs. Her company, Planning 4 Pubs, focuses entirely on the licensed leisure sector.
Updates on saving local facilities will be given by Bill Linskey (Brixton), Peter Eversden (Chiswick) and Michael Bach (Chelsea).
The event should tell people how they can get involved, give advice on how to do it and which tools to use, clarify progress on the London Plan and London Borough Local Plans and assess what are good policies to use.
Michael Bach will be chairing the meeting.