Lib Dem happy to take the corporate shilling

Lib Dem councillor Janet Grauberg complains about being steamrollered by uncaring corporate chains like Tesco but she is part of the Executive which has approved plans to raise £500,000 by flooding our parks with tacky advertising and noisy corporate even

Lib Dem councillor Janet Grauberg complains about being steamrollered by uncaring corporate chains like Tesco but she is part of the Executive which has approved plans to raise £500,000 by flooding our parks with tacky advertising and noisy corporate events.

These proposals have been developed with wholly inadequate consultation. I for one don't want to see my local park, Kilburn Grange, spoiled by adverts for fast-food restaurants (or supermarkets (Tesco, perhaps?).

The council is prioritising income generation at the expense of Camden residents' quiet enjoyment of our green spaces.

Mike Katz


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