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w4hammer 6:19 Wed Jun 29
This murder in Ilford
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/19033312/zara-aleena-man-charged-appears-court-jordan-mcsweeney/

know the area aint what it was, however the background and end point of this is too horrific to think about for anyoen involved, apart from the pumped up virgin cunt who's been arrested for her murder and snuffed out a shining light.

fucking blokes some times do let the side down dont they

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joe royal 8:20 Fri Jul 1
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V
Different Napier, I’m on about the one in goodmayes.

flyingV 7:09 Fri Jul 1
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joe royal 3:42 Fri Jul 1
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The Napier has been recently reopened as a pub. Hipsterfied obviously but not a block of flats.

Stratford will be gentrified soon even though its true to say only the Hackney Wick side has seen it so far. London is moving east, and with Crossrail open too people are realising that 500k buys them a three bedroom house with a garden thats 15 mins from the west end, so long as they don't mind living the other side of the Broadway.

Wils 7:04 Fri Jul 1
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Yes, Hackney, as I said. I don't think the Stratford side is really gentrification. There are city workers in pricey new build flats, but they are mostly hard-working Asian immigrants types working as accountants etc, all living disconnected or atomised lives. Too diverse to have any social capital or develop any community. I don't think wealthy English or European people would move there to bring up families as they do in Hackney now.

That website you link to is a bit loose with the word 'gentrification' in my opinion.

Far Cough 6:38 Fri Jul 1
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Regeneration
Gentrification is the process by which older (often run down) parts of the city, often close to the city centre, become culturally desirable, so wealthier people move in and change the area.

The gentrification applies to areas around the Olympic Park.

In particular, Hackney Wick.

Far Cough 6:36 Fri Jul 1
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Well according to this article, Stratford IS being gentrified:

https://studyrocket.co.uk/revision/gcse-geography-b-edexcel/uk-human-landscape/stratford-olympic-park

Wils 5:29 Fri Jul 1
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"Stratford is being gentrified, so it could happen"

I don't think gentrification is what is happening to Stratford. Gentrification is when a certain type of middle-class move in, usually students and bohemian types and then the managerial class with families follow suit. They are attracted by undervalued quality housing stock and crucially good school and social capital which the managerial class bring with them. Hackney is gentrified.

Stratford has plenty of expensive leasehold newbuilds which attract an aspirational immigrant class who are much more materialist than the European middle-classes. They have money but zero social capital. That's globalisation, not gentrification.

joe royal 3:42 Fri Jul 1
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Angel was my pub of choice, it’s now an O’Neils.

Napier is a block of flats.

Far Cough 3:11 Fri Jul 1
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You'll be pleased to know that the Havelock and the Papermakers are still going

lincslink 2:51 Fri Jul 1
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The Plough was nearest to us, my Uncle & Dad used to drink in the Cauliflower.

riosleftsock 2:11 Fri Jul 1
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The Joker was next door to my secondary school, so a lot of the teachers used to drink there at lunchtime, so did the 6th formers.

It was a paddy pub, but got used by the sikhs as well, bit of argy bargy to start with, then it calmed down. Haven't been in there for over 30 years. Cauliflower was better, Lord Napier was my family local. Best pubs in the area were General Havelock, Angel, Red Cow or The papermakers

joe royal 2:02 Fri Jul 1
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Monday was grab a granny night in the palais.

ted fenton 1:32 Fri Jul 1
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Wow nice to see you posting Banjo hope you're well.

Banjo 1:22 Fri Jul 1
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Oh yeah...Barry, an Island in Wales.

Manuel 1:19 Fri Jul 1
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Had an old work mate who use to drink in the Cauliflower in the 90's, Barry, his last name escapes me :-)

I remember when they had the over 29 nights in clubs (Mondays IIRC) and remember thinking they would be old, oh dear.

Haz 1:13 Fri Jul 1
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Me and my mates used to head over to the Cauliflower every so now and then for a grab-a-granny night back in the late '70's.

When I say granny, back then we meant 30's! How times change.

joe royal 1:03 Fri Jul 1
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Ham.

Yea, pretty much.

collyrob 12:52 Fri Jul 1
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😂😂😂 I used to go there as a kid was just asking about it.

Takashi Miike 12:45 Fri Jul 1
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what a shock, colly sands asking about an IRA pub

Side of Ham 12:43 Fri Jul 1
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Joe, was that the pub opposite The Shannon another collection point?

joe royal 12:37 Fri Jul 1
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Colly

As you probably know they had collections for the cause. Bit of a no go pub for the non paddies.

Kings was open in those days, pretty decent in there, as was the cauliflower, had live bands most nights.

Joker got busted for having a cannabis farm, closed for a bit then reopened, it’s now an ibis hotel.


https://www.ilfordrecorder.co.uk/news/crime/pub-faces-being-shut-down-after-250-cannabis-plants-found-2968206

Cauliflower is falling down but it’s listed so it’s just an eyesore now.

Eerie Descent 12:29 Fri Jul 1
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It was a right laugh.

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