Enderby consultation meeting 25 June

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Hard Hat, the communications/PR consultants working for Barratt on the Enderby Wharf site, is holding a meeting on the development proposals in Greenwich on Wednesday 25 June at 18.00.

Barratt is already demolishing the existing property on the site – part of Alcatel-Lucent’s historic cable factory, where most of the world’s undersea telegraph and telephone cables were made from the 1850s to the 1970s. You can see the demolition site in the picture above, taken in May 2014. Alcatel-Lucent’s remaining buildings are in the distance.

The meeting is at the Sherard Hall at the Forum @ Greenwich, which is in Trafalgar Rd, London SE10 9EQ (click here to see on Google Maps).

Hard Hat is holding the meeting at 6pm because its previous meeting – on 27 March – was in the afternoon, too early for many people. Let’s hope Southeastern Railway is having a good day and people can get there on time. Nearest station: Maze Hill.

Anyway, put it in your diary. We’ll be reporting on the meeting here on www.enderby.org.uk

If you plan to attend, please let Joshua Lindsay of Hard Hat know on jlindsey@hardhat.co.uk or 020 7636 6603 — at least so that they can put out enough chairs.

Barratt’s site about the proposed development at Enderby Wharf is here.
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Author: Enderby Wharf

This website is run by a group of local people who want to ensure Enderby House and the riverside cable-loading gear are preserved to show the contribution of Greenwich to the communications revolution - a contribution that is still continuing in the remaining factory on Christchurch Way. Contact details for more information: Dr Mary Mills email marymillsmmmmm@aol.com tel 020 8858 9482 Alan Burkitt-Gray email alan@burkitt-gray.com tel 079 6202 1330 Ian Blore email louiseatbeadles@yahoo.co.uk If you're emailing any of the above, please copy your email to enderbywharf@outlook.com

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