firstname.lastname@example.org (newsagent) | 24.10.2010 13:22 | London
At a time of brutal public services cutbacks, the government has offered £220 million towards the highly controversial UKCMRI bioresearch laboratory proposed for central London.
At a time of brutal public services cutbacks, the government has offered £220 million towards the highly controversial UKCMRI massive bioresearch laboratory project proposed for alongside St Pancras International Station, central London. The government "will" as stated in the comprehensive spending review, 20th October, "invest £220 million in the UK Centre for Medical Research and Innovation at St Pancras". A planning application has been registered with Camden Council and objections/comments may still be accepted until 29th October, 2010 - link to planning application here: http://planningrecords.camden.gov.uk/Northgate/PlanningExplorer17/PLComments.aspx?pk=246856 and guide to the planning application on Indymedia London website at https://london.indymedia.org.uk/articles/5633
Original article on IMC London: http://london.indymedia.org/articles/5775