Time Out London Magazine May 12-18 1972 Piccadilly redevelopment plan Advance to the Dance

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Time Out London Magazine May 12-18 1972 Piccadilly redevelopment plan Advance to the Dance
Time Out London Magazine No 117 May 12-18 1972

News  Features: Piccadilly Plan  14 Yorkshire Gnomes   26 Advance to the Dance   38 Music: Reviews   16 Diary& Events   19 Places  21 Theatre: Spaces/Events  29 West End Shows   32 Film: News & Reviews   48 A-Z Index   51 West End Cinemas  53 Local Cinemas  56 Late Night Films   62 Clubs & Societies   61 NFT   63 Voyeur   63 Radio & TV: News  65 Selections   65 Letters   4 Agit Prop   13 Books.  34 Drag   37 Dance   37 Opera  37 Exhibitions  43 Sell Out   44 Sell Out News  45 Lectures  46 Children  47 Poetry  47 Subscription Form  37 Classified Ads   72 Stop Press   74 

This issue has some biro marks on several pages.

Until Saturday 13th: Official exhibition of the new plan at New Zealand House, Haymarket, SW1 (Piccadilly Circus tube) between 10 am and 6.30 pm daily—free to public. Go along and register your protest there. On Saturday 13th: Demonstration begins 5 pm outside St Pauls Church, Covent Garden, WC2. As many people as possible are needed to walk from St Paul's to New Zealand House in the Haymarket, then on to Eros where there will be a teach-in about the plan. 
Personal Protest by letter or phone, can be made to the following: Sir Charles Forte, Trust Houses Forte Limited, PO Box 40, 1 Jermyn Street, Sign this petition. If 1 in 3 regular buyers of Time Out returns this with 10 signatures on it, we will have 100,000 names. Send it by first post this Saturday at the latest to the London For The People Campaign, 15 Little Newport Street, WC2 (734 1062). Protests must be lodged by Saturday 13 May. (Read the feature on pages 14/15) 

Help stop the Piccadilly plan 
SW1 (930 2373) (Criterion Site) Dennis Lennon and Partners, 3 Fitzhardinge Street, SW1 (935 1181) (architects for Forte) Sir Harold Samuel, Land Securities Investment Trust, Devonshire House, Piccadilly, WI (493 4433) (Monico site) Sir John Burnet Tait and Partners, 10 Bedford Square, WC I (580 3826) (Land Sec architects) Joe Levy, Stock Conversion and Investment Trust, 130 Jermyn Street, SW1 (839 7361) (Trocadero site) - Fitzroy-Robinson and Sydney Kaye, 77 Portland Place, WI (636 8033) (Stock Con architects) Hugh Cubitt, Westminster Council Planning Committee, City Hall, 64 Victoria Street, SW I (828 8070) 

'Petition We, the undersigned, deplore the recently-announced plans for the redevelopment of Piccadilly Circus and abhor the way in which these plans were drawn up without consultation between the planners and the people of London. We demand a full, open and democratic public enquiry into the future of Piccadilly Circus and insist that the proposed plans be shelved until this public enquiry has been concluded to our satisfaction. 

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