1. john on June 25, 2015 at 3:55 am

    It’s not an ecosystem that’s seen in privatisation policies,councils are held to ransom.The drive from economic profiteering in 2008 forced cuts and these people are ruthless in pursuit of profit .Survival is another issue,expression is also.

    • Jacqueline Hancher on July 5, 2015 at 1:37 pm

      I am the only small independent Freeholder in this area . I own 10a-d Omega Works .
      I first moved to Omega Works in 2000,and bought the Freehold with my former Business Partner in 2002 .
      The attempts by both Haringey Council and these so called Art Philanthropists to harass me on a continual basis over the last 10 years has been appalling in their attempts to purchase my property .
      The former Tenants have colluded with Mr Shulem and Haringey Council , in their various attempts to force me out .
      I believe Mr Shulem and Haringey Council will be working together to achieve their goals .
      Perhaps your contributor’s would like to pay me back the rent that they owe me ,to date and compensation, for their continual harassment and obstruction .. Jacqueline Hancher ,10a-d,Omega Works,167 Hermitage Rd,London N4 1LZ.

  2. Library Wall on August 12, 2015 at 5:37 pm

    The ‘qr-code bookshelf’ mentioned in the article is called “Library Wall”. It has its own twitter account @librarywalled, tweeting out in realtime whatever is ‘borrowed’ from its shelf! Those damn Haringey technocreatives! ;-p

  3. John Summers on November 3, 2015 at 9:17 am

    Since when has a profit driven nasty developer such as Provewell Ltd and Shulem Askler become the good guy? Some basic confusion about how money is being made on the back of society.

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