Sian Berry, GLA Housing Chair visits Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden & Reginald House

Sian Berry calls for plans to go back to the drawing board on the Old Tidemill School site – something DNA has been trying to get the Council to do since 2015 in order to save the beautiful Old Tidemill Wildlife Garden and the 16 social homes next to it 2-30A Reginald Road (known as Reginald House)

http://www.sianberry.london/news/housing/2018_09_23_old-tidemill/

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