Thursday, 29 April 2010

Vision and Aims

OPEN Shoreditch is an active community group that embraces diversity of age, culture, gender, sexual orientation, education and economic status.

As a coalition of grassroots residents, business and community groups, OPEN Shoreditch works to ensure that Shoreditch, a place with a unique identity, continues to be a great place to live, work and visit. This will be achieved by interacting with a range of partners and agencies, to ensure that the voice of local people is heard.

OPEN Shoreditch aims include to:
  • Campaign for a coherent masterplan for our part of London.
  • Ensure local people are included and consulted as stakeholders in development plans put forward by public authorities and property developers for Shoreditch and surrounding areas.
  • Develop a wider network of allied resident and community groups to share knowledge and information.
  • Communicate the aims and work of OPEN Shoreditch on a regular basis.
  • Develop effective community action via local group and residents.
  • Work with groups and agencies to promote the OPEN Shoreditch agenda.
  • Create a legacy of organised grassroots action in Shoreditch.

Thursday, 22 April 2010

Weavers Ward Question Time

Weavers Ward

Question Time

What would the Labour, Lib Dem, Conservative, Respect and Green candidates do for residents in
Tower Hamlets if elected as local councillors?

Thursday 29 April 7pm

St Hilda's Community Centre

18 Club Row, E2 7EY

Representatives and Candidates on the hustings panel:

Labour: Anna Lynch
Liberal Democrats: Philip Baker
Respect: Rob Hoveman
Green Party: Chris Smith
Conservative: Peter Golds

All Welcome

Sample free refreshments from some our many fine local food outlets and inform your vote!