BEECHWOOD HOTEL HIGH ALERT FOR EVICTION CALL FOR SUPPORT.

Posted on April 22, 2009. Filed under: Housing News |

DOUBLE EVICTION VICTORY puts the Beechwood on high alert for the return of Bailiffs.

The Beechwood Hotel: Home for all who want it

The Beechwood Hotel: Home for all who want it

After this somewhat unexpected double victory the occupiers, while jubilant, remain on high eviction alert and request all supporters to come down to help defend the building from further attacks. It is a beautiful building and grounds and well worth keeping open. Meanwhile, the occupiers continue their request to negotiate some civil arrangement with the legal owners so that the work can continue.

We can provide you with a room if you wish to stay for a night or two we are determined that the work on the conservation area will continue as the clean up gathers pace.

Mr Kang the Beechwood’s owner still will not speak to us about the possibility of renting the site.

We are able to accommodate upwards of 200 people in the building and welcome any support even if only for an hours. We are continuing to strengthen the building and grounds against an attack from the bailiffs and will PEACEFULLY resist all attempts to remove us. There is a large garden at the rear and anyone wishing to come and camp there will be more than welcome.

If anyone is able to help please come down or contact us :- details on our contacts page.

We really don’t wish to have to go to such lengths as we feel we are being forced to, all we are asking is for :

WCCC to talk to local residents and groups ( As requested by the planning committee) and listen to them work with us all to get an acceptable deal.

1 Reconsider the size of the development

2 Talk to all groups and residents involved or affected by the scheme

3 Lease 318 on the same basis as you do for the other properties so it can house people until ready to be demolished for your plans.

4 Extend the lease on 316 Pershore Road to allow the residents to remain there

5 Halt the compulsory purchase proposals until at least there is planning permission for your scheme.

Mr Kang to talk to JNC, local residents, the Martineau Gardens,Local Councillors and Priory Club to resolve the issues of concern. In particular to allow us to continue to clean up and restore the conservation area.

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