Minutes of Meeting on proposed Bodgers Tower Block with Residents

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Dear Greater London Authority, Can you disclose the minutes of the September 2019 meeting between Deputy Mayor James Murray and Ilford Residents opposing the proposed tower block at the former site of Bodgers store organised by Sam Tarry which were agreed to be taken that day

Yours faithfully,

philip barker

Mayor, Greater London Authority

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Dear Mr Barker
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information. 
Yours sincerely
Information Governance team
Greater London Authority
Dear Greater London Authority, Can you disclose the minutes of the
September 2019 meeting between Deputy Mayor James Murray and Ilford
Residents opposing the proposed tower block at the former site of Bodgers
store organised by Sam Tarry which were agreed to be taken that day
Yours faithfully,

philip barker

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