Housing an Anarchist Approach by Colin Ward

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It had been convened in the Montefiore Centre (former premises of the Robert Montefiore School which has moved to a newer but more vulnerable building), to involve the citizens in the Spitalfields Project, latest in a bewildering stream of government-sponsored programmes that seek to come to terms with the Urban Crisis. From the DES we had EPAs, from the DOE we have had GIAs, and now HAAs and Inner Area Studies, and from the Home Office, CDPs, Urban [60] Aid, and now this experimental five year pilot project to be conducted in Spitalfields (and in North Islington) with the hope that it will provide lessons for other inner city areas.

He denied this of course, remarking that most people came down here precisely to get away from the slums. But what was it like before the road was made up? Well, you had to order your coal in the summer as the lorry could never get down the road in wintertime. But there was a pavement. " Street lighting? No, there was none. " Transport? "Well, a character called Old Tom used to run a bus from Laindon Station to the Fortune of War public house. And there were still horses and carts down here in those days.

It had been convened in the Montefiore Centre (former premises of the Robert Montefiore School which has moved to a newer but more vulnerable building), to involve the citizens in the Spitalfields Project, latest in a bewildering stream of government-sponsored programmes that seek to come to terms with the Urban Crisis. From the DES we had EPAs, from the DOE we have had GIAs, and now HAAs and Inner Area Studies, and from the Home Office, CDPs, Urban [60] Aid, and now this experimental five year pilot project to be conducted in Spitalfields (and in North Islington) with the hope that it will provide lessons for other inner city areas.

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