Food tour of east London


By noreen at 2013-08-01 23:07:40
Hackney, London Borough of Hackney, London, UK
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2013-08-01 23:25:09

East Village? EAST FUCKING VILLAGE? What a pack of bollocks.

Still the area is looking nicer each day. There is lots of green space round the whole park and it could have been a nice place to live. However you will be living in a soviet age housing estate with approximately 15 blocks of impossible to tell apart looking flats in very oppressive proximity.


2013-08-02 02:04:09

East Village? EAST FUCKING VILLAGE? What a pack of bollocks.

Still the area is looking nicer each day. There is lots of green space round the whole park and it could have been a nice place to live. However you will be living in a soviet age housing estate with approximately 15 blocks of impossible to tell apart looking flats in very oppressive proximity.

I think you ought to do your homework, all of the separate blocks have been planned by 15 different designers so they all look very diverse as I got the chance to see. Also the new has lots of uncluttered space, an orchard, a lake and childrens school, a brand new health centre and performing arts venue...


2013-08-02 05:03:09

East Village? EAST FUCKING VILLAGE? What a pack of bollocks.

Still the area is looking nicer each day. There is lots of green space round the whole park and it could have been a nice place to live. However you will be living in a soviet age housing estate with approximately 15 blocks of impossible to tell apart looking flats in very oppressive proximity.

I think you ought to do your homework, all of the separate blocks have been planned by 15 different designers so they all look very diverse as I got the chance to see. Also the new has lots of uncluttered space, an orchard, a lake and childrens school, a brand new health centre and performing arts venue...
My homework? You clearly work for the East Village marketing group or you got paid to run that blog post. Let me guess, they took you in the neighborhood and paid for all the food did they?

15 different designers

And this is a GOOD photo. I've seen the whole thing from the air and it's much worse. make an effort and not be such an observable shill.


2013-08-02 08:35:09

East Village? EAST FUCKING VILLAGE? What a pack of bollocks.

Still the area is looking nicer each day. There is lots of green space round the whole park and it could have been a nice place to live. However you will be living in a soviet age housing estate with approximately 15 blocks of impossible to tell apart looking flats in very oppressive proximity.

Ha, I came here to say precisely that. It's not a village it's a horrible housing development in the center of a massive city.


2013-08-02 09:37:09

It does appear a bit odd, in the run-up there were lots of promises of 'proper houses, with front doors plus lawns' from the developers, but we appear to have been given more blocks.

I'm cheerfully ensconced by Victoria Park Village, but I understood that the new places would look more like it does. Be interesting to see what happens after Pudding Mill Lane and Bow Road stop being giant sandpits, but I don't have super-high hopes.


2013-08-02 13:52:09

East Village? EAST FUCKING VILLAGE? What a pack of bollocks.

Still the area is looking nicer each day. There is lots of green space round the whole park and it could have been a nice place to live. However you will be living in a soviet age housing estate with approximately 15 blocks of impossible to tell apart looking flats in very oppressive proximity.

I think you ought to do your homework, all of the separate blocks have been planned by 15 different designers so they all look very diverse as I got the chance to see. Also the new has lots of uncluttered space, an orchard, a lake and childrens school, a brand new health centre and performing arts venue...
get fucked you cunt


2013-08-02 16:55:09

East Village? EAST FUCKING VILLAGE? What a pack of bollocks.

Still the area is looking nicer each day. There is lots of green space round the whole park and it could have been a nice place to live. However you will be living in a soviet age housing estate with approximately 15 blocks of impossible to tell apart looking flats in very oppressive proximity.

I think you ought to do your homework, all of the separate blocks have been planned by 15 different designers so they all look very diverse as I got the chance to see. Also the new has lots of uncluttered space, an orchard, a lake and childrens school, a brand new health centre and performing arts venue...
My homework? You clearly work for the East Village marketing group or you got paid to run that blog post. Let me guess, they took you in the neighborhood and paid for all the food did they?

15 different designers

And this is a GOOD photo. I've seen the whole thing from the air and it's much worse. make an effort and not be such an observable shill.

No I wasn't rewarded and I don't work for them. It is very different when your on ground. Of course it might not be to everyones liking but 17000 people who have registered to get a chance to purchase or rent can't be that wrong. Oh and its a tad rich coming from a big shot who lives in Canary Wharf.


2013-08-02 21:26:09

East Village? EAST FUCKING VILLAGE? What a pack of bollocks.

Still the area is looking nicer each day. There is lots of green space round the whole park and it could have been a nice place to live. However you will be living in a soviet age housing estate with approximately 15 blocks of impossible to tell apart looking flats in very oppressive proximity.

I think you ought to do your homework, all of the separate blocks have been planned by 15 different designers so they all look very diverse as I got the chance to see. Also the new has lots of uncluttered space, an orchard, a lake and childrens school, a brand new health centre and performing arts venue...
get fucked you cunt
Not even ready to dignify that with a response.


2013-08-02 21:36:09

East Village? EAST FUCKING VILLAGE? What a pack of bollocks.

Still the area is looking nicer each day. There is lots of green space round the whole park and it could have been a nice place to live. However you will be living in a soviet age housing estate with approximately 15 blocks of impossible to tell apart looking flats in very oppressive proximity.

I think you ought to do your homework, all of the separate blocks have been planned by 15 different designers so they all look very diverse as I got the chance to see. Also the new has lots of uncluttered space, an orchard, a lake and childrens school, a brand new health centre and performing arts venue...
My homework? You clearly work for the East Village marketing group or you got paid to run that blog post. Let me guess, they took you in the neighborhood and paid for all the food did they?

15 different designers

And this is a GOOD photo. I've seen the whole thing from the air and it's much worse. make an effort and not be such an observable shill.

No I wasn't rewarded and I don't work for them. It is very different when your on ground. Of course it might not be to everyones liking but 17000 people who have registered to get a chance to purchase or rent can't be that wrong. Oh and its a tad rich coming from a big shot who lives in Canary Wharf.
What the fuck has my living arrangements got to do with my opinion? You haven't got a inkling who I am. I grew up in the region of the shit hole in the 80s that has now become the Olympic park.

London is struggling for housing, you could sell 17,000 1 bed broom cupboards. That may be a measure of financial success but it means nothing about the actuality of living there.

You are utterly deluded if you think it makes a nice place to live. Too high a concentration of living space, block upon block upon block mirroring soviet era housing to the tee. Yeah OK they put a nice gaudy frontage on it but that won't last long.


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