Like Bruce Springsteen, residents have been blinded by the light

I ve no doubt Regent s Place is keen to rent the empty offices on the corner of Euston Road and Osnaburgh Street. But do they really need to advertise their empty condition to passing drivers and pedestrians by leaving every single light on in the eight l

I've no doubt Regent's Place is keen to rent the empty offices on the corner of Euston Road and Osnaburgh Street. But do they really need to advertise their empty condition to passing drivers and pedestrians by leaving every single light on in the eight large empty floors night and day?

Sadly, this gross waste of energy is far from unusual, and I know that any Camden residents, particularly south of the Euston Road, find themselves forced to spend heavily on blackout blinds, or to suffer disturbed sleep during to the continuous lighting of nearby offices. There cannot be any possible justification for this environmental waste and public nuisance.

Natalie Bennett

Green Party candidate


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