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10 million site earmarked for development From The Argus A GROUP of squatters will be evicted from a property they have occupied after losing a court case.

The activists, rough sleepers, and protesters who had taken up residence in a former University of Brighton building in Circus Street were denied an adjournment at the County Court yesterday kate spade factory outlet stores morning. District Judge Susan Brown told Barry McGee, representing the squatters, she had sought to allow them some leeway but said: "I regret to say I do accede to the application." She said: "It's not a question of whether a judge has sympathy, or empathy, the problem with being a judge is you do have to apply the law." A possession order was handed to the squatters on Sunday and the group was petitioning the court for an eight week delay so they could crowdfund a legal defence and put together their case. However Tom Roscoe, acting on behalf of the university and Brighton and Hove City Council, which is also involved due a legal technicality, said: "That's not how it works." He explained that legally only two days' notice was required to be given and that, for an adjournment to be granted, the group had to present at least the beginnings of its case. A spokesman for the university said: "We are pleased that the court has approved the application for a possession order. "The building in question is currently vacant as it is being prepared for demolition as part of enabling works for the imminent redevelopment of the Circus Street site which includes much needed affordable housing and kate spade sale items student accommodation. "If any of the individuals in kate spade clearance jewelry the squat are students at the university and experiencing homelessness or any other issues then we would strongly urge them to make contact with us." He could not confirm when repossession would take place. The judge was a woman. Shameful that people feel they can skip read content and then claim an informed opinion. The 'legal technicality' mentioned is that B Council became the tenants of the building in 2015, why? It's owned by the University of Brighton, and scheduled for demolition. Shameful that people feel they can skip read content and then claim an informed opinion. The 'legal technicality' mentioned is that B Council became the tenants of the building in 2015, why? It's owned by the University of Brighton, and scheduled for demolition. It strikes me as very odd that my Council Tax was used to take on a tenancy for a building that they never planned to tenant. In other words it doesn't just adversely affect the people actually without a home, but those struggling to pay rents and mortgages with insecure wages and salaries too, and most employment is far more insecure than it used to be. People are frightened and often too exhausted to demand the changes needed to make things better for all. The longer it goes on the more inevitable it all seems. The bonus for the winners is that they get to rip off everyone else via their inflated house values and rental incomes, thus reinforcing the existing inequalities. On top of that there are the vested interests of land owners, developers, estate agents etc. who gain from the ridiculous prices. The threat of homelessness subjugates a large section of the populace in much the same way that the threat of unemployment does. In other words it doesn't just adversely affect the people actually without a home, but those struggling to pay rents and mortgages with insecure wages and salaries too, and most employment is last season kate spade bags far more insecure than it used to be. People are frightened and often too exhausted to demand the changes needed to make things better for all. The longer it goes on the more inevitable it all seems. The bonus for the winners is that they get to rip off everyone else via their inflated house values and rental incomes, thus reinforcing the existing inequalities. On top of that there are the vested interests of land owners, developers, estate agents etc. who gain from the ridiculous prices. That's basically why council housing (which easily pays for itself over time and more or less eliminates profiteering from providing for the essential human need for shelter) doesn't get built. I suggest we give fifty votes, instead of one, to anyone homeless and anyone on a housing waiting list, until such time as this problem is resolved. In other words it doesn't just adversely affect the people actually without a home, but those struggling to pay rents and mortgages with insecure wages and salaries too, and most employment is far more insecure than it used to be. People are frightened and often too exhausted to demand the changes needed to make things better for all. The longer it goes on the more inevitable it all seems. The bonus for the winners is that they get to rip off everyone else via their inflated house values and rental incomes, thus reinforcing the existing inequalities. On top of that there are the vested interests of land owners, developers, estate agents etc. who gain from the ridiculous prices.

That's basically why council housing (which easily pays for itself over time and more or less eliminates profiteering from providing for the essential human need for shelter) doesn't get built. I suggest we give fifty votes, instead of one, to anyone homeless and anyone on a housing waiting list, until such time as this problem is resolved. That should shift things a bit.


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