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Back in 2010, just before the last general election, Medway Council demolished the Aveling and Porter building, a heritage site. Many felt that the building should be preserved, perhaps as a heritage museum. The council thought a car park would be much nicer, at least until there’s money to be made from development.

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Click to see BBC News coverage
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Click to see evidence of the campaign to save the building

Will the forthcoming election result in no single party holding overall control of the council?

Photos © Phil Dillon – All Rights Reserved.

The artist is Jim Hill

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