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Demolish It Now Building in Tottenham, Greater London*

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  • Everything South of Dial House (including the ground)
  • Seven Sisters Underground station - dark, dingy, dirty and dangerous.
  • All the ugly houses that look old fashioned or out of place.
  • All the ugly houses that look old fashioned or out of place.
  • Can't they develop Lordship Recreation Ground? People are always getting murdered there.
  • Broadwater farm, preferably with all the residents inside.
  • You cant demolish Broadwater Farm for 2 reasons, 1, the council still havent finished paying for it and 2, i live there! (the flats are really nice)
  • Broadwater Farm and Tottenham Green Leisure Centre.
  • Tottenham Green Leisure Centre: When first constructed it was okay, unfortunately it has not been maintained, smells of rotting rubbish. I am amazed people are brave enough to still use it. The place is crumbling to pieces.
  • Any of the benefit offices would be a nice start to improving the area.
  • All the grubby shops on the lower end of seven sisters road - we need decent clothes shops and nice places to eat!! we want them mow!! and a video shop too, please.
  • all these victorian terraced houses on the high street, let's have a park and cinemas/libraries instead!!
  • Broadwater Farm
  • Broad water farm a cesspit of crime blow it up now!!
  • Most of Tottenham wants flattening - but in the main, any of the council estates that exist in it. They breed hell.
  • the technical college at high cross as they demolished my house to enlarge it years ago probably still be there now if they didn't
  • Broadwater farm housing estate. A huge mass of grey concrete, epicentre of the riots in the '80s. If it can't be flattened, I think the architect should be made to live in it!

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Last updated: 2014-12-18

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