Saturday, 30 October 2010

Support from The Fulham Society

While we're on the subject of important documents, this one may be of special interest.  We have received much welcome support from The Fulham Society, who describes itself thus:

"The aim of the Society is to keep Fulham as an agreeable place in which to live and work for all present and future residents and to improve its amenities. The Society is non-political, a registered charity and affiliated to the Civic Trust.  To promote Fulham's future, the Society monitors all large-scale development proposals and, where necessary, campaigns for alteration. The Council Planning Department consults with the Society on matters relating to buildings, open spaces and the river frontage."

You can read more about the Society here:

In September 2010, The Fulham Society published a document which contained its own assessment of the value of Sands End Community Centre and presented its own arguments for maintaining it.  We have quoted the Society many times in our own Response, both directly and indirectly, but feel that its views should be made available more widely.  The Society's comments appear below.  

SECCAG and all the people of Sands End wish to thank the Fulham Society for its invaluable and continuing support. 

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