Planning application submission: results expected soon
In his comments on the announcement of the winning design by David Adjaye of the new UK Memorial and Learning Centre, Jonathan Goldstein, Chair of the Jewish Leadership Council, said:
“At a time when hate crime is on the rise, it is more important than ever to educate about the consequences of unchecked and senseless hatred. This iconic memorial will not only be a reminder of where hate can lead but also a symbol of where we as a country stand on this issue. Having a memorial in the heart of our democracy, next to the Houses of Parliament – where our laws are made and scrutinised – sends a very clear message that hatred has no place in Britain and will be challenged at every juncture.
Members of the public can submit responses as below:
to David Doward at Westminster City Council on:
Reference ‘19/00114/FULL: UK Holocaust Memorial and Learning Centre’ in the title of your email. You can ask your comments to be made public
You can submit your views by letter to Westminster City Council addressed to:
Westminster City Hall
64 Victoria Street
London SW1E 6QP
Include the reference 19/00114/FULL in your letter.
Second Generation Network members may be interested to know that there is a campaign for the Memorial and Learning Centre not to be situated in the site that was agreed: https://www.savevictoriatowergardens.co.uk