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Chrissy Pearce

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  • Comment on: Stirling Prize revisited: how the locals rate Alsop's Peckham Library

    Chrissy Pearce's comment 29 November, 2013 6:41 pm

    At least it is not threatened with demolition. If you think that it is totally unacceptable to demolish Sainsbury's Greenwich, a pioneering building that changed the nature of supermarket design and was shortlisted for the Stirling Prize in 2000 along with Peckham Library, you can register your objection to IKEA demolishing it after less than 15 years by visiting our online petition at:

    http://www.petitionbuzz.com/petitions/stopikea

  • Comment on: Stirling-shortlisted Sainsbury’s eco-store faces demolition

    Chrissy Pearce's comment 29 November, 2013 6:25 pm

    If you think that it is totally unacceptable to demolish a pioneering building that changed the nature of supermarket design you can register your objection to IKEA demolishing it after less than 15 years by visiting our online petition at:

    http://www.petitionbuzz.com/petitions/stopikea

  • Comment on: Stirling-shortlisted Sainsbury’s eco-store faces demolition

    Chrissy Pearce's comment 18 November, 2013 11:46 am

    It is Sainsbury's use of anti-competitive restrictive covenants which stop the building being reused by others to sell food that prevents this building simply being re-let to another operator. This practice is widespread throughout the food retail sector and effectively removes democratic control of landuse planning by preventing the continued reuse that the local planning authority originally consented, without any involvement by the host community. These practices are in nobody's interest but the food retail sector and should immediately be banned! It is time that the RIBA, RICS and RTPI came together to lobby for a long overdue change in the law.

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