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At last families tell housing chiefs just what they think

PUBLISHED: 23:29 13 July 2009 | UPDATED: 14:33 05 October 2010

FAMILIES are being invited to the Town Hall to tell housing chiefs just what they think of their estate in London’s East End. Tenants on Stepney’s Exmouth Estate have been invited by their local representative on Tower Hamlets Council to speak their minds at a public meeting on Thursday evening (July 16)

By Gemma Collins

FAMILIES are being invited to the Town Hall to tell housing chiefs just what they think of their estate in London’s East End.

Tenants and leaseholders on Stepney’s huge Exmouth Estate in Commercial Road have been invited by Cllr Oliur Rahman, their local representative on Tower Hamlets Council, to speak their minds at a public meeting on Thursday evening (July 16).

The aim is to give residents the chance to say what they think about management issues and “see how we can work together to resolve them,” Cllr Rahman says in a letter being circulated this week.

The meeting begins at 7pm at the council offices in Mulberry Place, Blackwall, near East India DLR station.


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