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Skull & Crossbones over Protheroe House
Click for Update 19 September 2013

—– Original Message —–
From : Homes for Haringey
To : Alan Stanton, councillor Tottenham Hale ward
Sent : Tuesday, July 23, 2013 12:38 PM
Subject : Protheroe House LBH/2022213 Due date 05/08/13

Dear Councillor Stanton

Thank you for your recent enquiry in regards to Protheroe House, which the Homes for Haringey Feedback Team received on 22 July 2013. I have allocated your enquiry to the appropriate service officer, who will send you a full reply by 05 August 2013.

Feedback Team
Homes for Haringey | Alexandra House

—– Original Message —–
From : Alan Stanton
To : Paul Bridge, Chief Executive, Homes for Haringey
Cc : Jonathan Card, Chair of the Board, Homes for Haringey
Sent : Tuesday, July 23, 2013 4:12 PM
Subject : Protheroe House LBH/2022213 Due date 05/08/13

Dear Mr Bridge,

I think – and hope you will agree – that there is a time when ten working days is appropriate and other times when it isn’t. My "recent enquiry in regards to Protheroe House" was a phonecall to pass on an urgent report from a local resident that Protheroe House – former sheltered housing – appeared to have been squatted. Which I sort of think might possibly come within the second category.


Alan Stanton
Tottenham Hale ward councillor

—– Original Message —–
From : Supported Housing Team Manager
To : Cllr Alan Stanton
Cc : Member Enquiries
Sent : Wednesday, July 24, 2013 4:53 PM
Subject : Protheroe House LBH/ 2022213

Dear Councillor Stanton

Thank you for your recent enquiry regarding the squatters at Protheroe House.

Protheroe House is in the process of being sold, however in June Homes for Haringey were informed that Protheroe House was squatted. The Tenancy Management Officer attended the property on two separate occasions with the Police to remove the squatters under the new Squatting Legislation, however on both occasions the squatters challenged the designation of the site. The squatters claimed that the building is a commercial premises and not residential, due to this the Police decided not to proceed with the eviction.

A meeting was then convened with the Police and HFH, to discuss the issues further. Following the meeting an agreement was reached with the Police to evict the squatters. We are waiting for the Police to confirm when the eviction will take place, as this will have to be programmed into their work schedule and will require a large number of Police Officers and dog handlers to attend.

Please note we are monitoring this closely and we will inform you once the eviction date is known.

—– Original Message —–
From : Alan Stanton, Tottenham Hale ward councillor
To : Homes for Haringey
CC : Paul Bridge; Cllr Lorna Reith Cllr Reg Rice
Subject : Protheroe House LBH/ 2022213
Date : Thu, 25 Jul 2013 11:36:52 +0100

Dear [name]

Thanks for this information. It would be helpful if, from time to time you could – very briefly – keep us as the three ward councillors (above) informed about progress.

In the meantime, given the likely further increase in homelessness and squatting across London, could you let us know what steps are being taken to try to prevent squatters regaining access to the building?

It’s a pity the plans for sale and refurbishment were not better thought through and efficiently executed to ensure that the building was not unoccupied for months at time. Obviously, it is a very prominent and obvious site; and highly likely to be a target for further squatting.

—– Original Message —–
From : Supported Housing Team Manager, Homes for Haringey [HfH]
To : Cllr Alan Stanton
Cc : Paul Bridge ; Cllr Reith Lorna ; Cllr Rice Reg
Sent : Thursday, July 25, 2013 2:24 PM
Subject : Protheroe House LBH/ 2022213

Dear Councillor Stanton

Thank you for your email.

HFH will arrange to secure the building once the squatters have been evicted. Haringey Council have also advised us that there have been delays with the sale of the site, but any outstanding issues will be resolved shortly.
By Alan Stanton on 2013-08-07 16:16:06

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  1. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great monitor, full range of motion., August 24, 2015

    By Borgeano (92691)

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    This review is from: ViewSonic VG2439M-LED 24 Inch 1080p Ergonomic Monitor with DisplayPort DVI and VGA for Home and Office (Personal Computers)

    Took a bit of a leap of faith with this one, since the specs weren’t super descriptive, and I’m glad I did. The base is mounted on sort of a Lazy Susan, so it spins freely. The arm itself goes up and down, and the screen tilts (forward and back) and can also be rotated to make it portrait (vertical) instead of landscape (horizontal). Great display. Also, the screen size is slightly bigger than other 24″ displays out there, bezel is almost non-existent. Good color reproduction, very happy with this monitor.

  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    For the cost…good image., May 4, 2017

    By Well_Poet

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    This review is from: ViewSonic VG2439M-LED 24 Inch 1080p Ergonomic Monitor with DisplayPort DVI and VGA for Home and Office (Personal Computers)

    A monitor that gets the job done very well if…not viewed to far off axis in portrait mode, not expected to be smart enough to switch to portrait mode without help from you and your OS, not making any adjustments to the settings in low light (possibly without a magnifying glass and a flashlight.) The buttons are labelled as follows left to right 1, 2, tiny dot, slightly different tiny dot, all black, lightly engraved in the plastic. However, all these things being basically configurable or learn-able after a few days of minor annoyance, as viewed as a standard monitor, in landscape…the image is quite good and very bright. I have it next to a high resolution Samsung and it manages to not look out of place.

  3. It’s interesting to see that squatters have already worked out what they believe to be a loophole in the recent legislation: claim that it is a commercial property.

  4. I think there’s squatters in broadwater lodge, the care home next to the farm. i dunno if they’re inside but i see them come out for the bus, there’s like a squatters van in the car park of it.

  5. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/estatepictures] Do you mean the Skull & Crossbones people at Protheroe House? Or Broadwater Lodge? What about the Probation Office?

    The last time we were there, some squatters were living in the former Water’s Edge pub near Stonebridge Lock.

    Many years ago we knew an American man who had a temporary, unpaid but rent-free caretaker arrangement in a Crown Estates-owned property. One of the mansions on the Bayswater Road. It wasn’t exactly cosy. But there were huge rooms and he and his wife could play music as loud as they liked without the neighbours hearing it and complaining.

    Meanwhile . . .

  6. Thanks EP. Zena tells me she knew about the "Guardian" arrangement. Sounds like a good idea. Empty buildings get used and looked after by people who need somewhere to live. But with Protheroe House there’s a question of why the building was emptied out only to be left empty for months; instead of work almost immediately starting on the "extra-care" home.

    About the waves of poorer and working class residents being pushed further out of the centre by the gentrification process, this seems to be happening in a number of cities across the world. But as you know, it doesn’t always work smoothly; there may be resistance.
      For example, there are signs of increasing tensions between newcomers and existing residents in Brixton.
      In Islington until recently, there was a very large and relatively stable working class population. Though it looks like the Bedroom Tax, benefit capping and other right-wing policies may force some people to move to poorer areas and maybe out of London.
      In Haringey, of course, we currently have a nominally Labour Council leadership apparently determined to bring in the Tory fixed term tenancies. Presumably to make it easier to force people out in the future.
      Some left-wing academics have seen this as "Social Cleansing". This is the description given by the writer Anna Minton to sell-offs in Southwark..
      It’s how I see, for example, the Council’s fake consultation on the Love Lane estate in North Tottenham. What passes for leadership on Haringey Council gave residents there three choices. Each involved demolition of people’s homes. There was no option offered for a tickbox which said: "please improve our homes and then let us get on with our lives without the threat of displacement hanging over us for years".

    In my view, these shameless, Tory-minded politicians betray the people who elected them.

  7. The skull & crossbones add a nice touch. It grieves me to see places left empty – sometimes for years – as it’s not commercially viable to use them.

  8. There’s also the probation office on Lansdowne Road. It has been disused since January (after a major refurbishment last year!). Naturally squatters have moved in, since it is not classed as residential. It must be costing the government (us!) almost as much to keep taking them to court and replacing locks as it would to have kept an office open.

  9. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/estatepictures] Yes, we agree that the process of gentrification in many parts of London predates this Government’s changes in the benefit rules. And it may not feel like much of a difference when you’re on the receiving end. When slumlords are buying up homes in your street; or the middle classes pushing up prices and helping to exclude existing tenants.

    But I think of social “clearance” or “cleansing” as the result of deliberate policy. Planned change by the Government, local councils, or bodies like developers working with them. That’s what seems to have happened in Southwark, for example. And is now the intention in parts of Tottenham. In particular what appears to be the aim of Haringey’s “leadership” which uses weasel words about so-called regeneration in Northumberland Park, saying it:

    “… will focus on promoting home ownership to create a better balance of housing in the area.” (Page 16. A Plan for Tottenham.)

    I suppose It’s possible that these councillors are gullible and naive enough to believe that if they give the developers what they ask for, the area will be "regenerated" by the trickle-down magic of property development. Though frankly, Jack made a better bet when he sold Daisy the cow for a handful of magic beans. At least he got a beanstalk.

    So far the reality for Tottenham is a new supermarket – sure, with jobs. But also as you’ve seen, years of uncertainty with boarded-up buildings which have helped blight the area. With some existing businesses pushed out. And the likelihood that many families and individuals will be displaced as parts of the nearby housing and trading estates are demolished.

    I recently met a couple who run a tattoo studio in White Hart Lane. You may have seen one of them, Lia-Clera, on BBC London. They stand to lose their home which is also their business premises. I cannot understand why we as a Labour Council don’t value them and their business – which they’ve worked hard to establish. Why are we proposing to displace them from the area where they’ve lived for twenty years and are bringing up a family? Surely they are a valuable part of a "balanced" or "mixed" community?

    The Council, the Government and European Union all go on about the value of SMEs (Small and Medium-sized enterprises. So why is our Council colluding with expelling many small enterprises from the area?

    Maybe I’m too ‘old Labour’ in thinking my Party is supposed to be on the side of local people. Not simply there to roll-over, wag their tails and do whatever property developers demand. And especially what they think will please Tottenham Hotspur football club..

    § But perhaps Government Education Minister Michael Gove will scold some of the the terribly hard-up big businesses about their inability to manage their own money. Questioning why they still need Government or Council hand-outs? Then if the company Directors’ dining room has run out of steak, he’ll ask his cabinet colleague Iain Duncan Smith to present these companies with vouchers at the nearest food bank.

  10. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/estatepictures] [http://www.flickr.com/photos/jrg]
    I don’t know about Broadwater Lodge, EP. But I know a little about Protheroe House and James (jrg) you are dead right.

    Protheroe House is supposed to be replaced by an "Extra Care supported housing scheme" run by a Housing Association called the "One Housing Group".

    What should not have happened is that the building was emptied out and left empty – except for the cockroaches – for six or seven months.

    I chatted to some of the squatters on 5 August. They told me then they had electricity but no water. Which I will be raising with Homes for Haringey.

  11. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful

    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Overall Worth the Purchase, November 4, 2017

    By B.O.B.

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    This review is from: ViewSonic VG2437SMC 24 Inch 1080P Ergonomic Monitor with DisplayPort DVI VGA and Webcam for Home and Office (Personal Computers)

    Overall, this is an excellent monitor unfortunately, the built-in speakers are sub par and should have been of a higher quality. I read this prior to purchasing thinking that it wouldn’t matter but it really does when skypeing etc. Would still highly recommend for the price. BEWARE that it requires a display port cable which is not included! I’ve recently transferred to the Philippines receiving my new monitor via my Gov DPO mail thinking it would be ready to go. Guess what? It wasnt! I searched everywhere and couldn’t find a display port cable, ending up ordering online having to wait another week or more.

  12. Glad to see the building being used. It was scandalous that the previous residents had been turfed out and the building left empty, when we have large numbers of homeless and in temporary accomodation in the capital

  13. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/estatepictures] I met only a small group of people who came out in the internal courtyard. Maybe you met them and got a different impression?

    But perhaps we can agree that people should at least have drinking water. Especially elderly people and those with kids.

    I believe that shelter is a basic human need. And that we should build homes for people. Which includes houses and flats for those who can’t afford London’s current sky-high prices. And without people needing to put themselves in debt to the banks for the rest of their lives. Or paying exorbitant rents which mean they have little left for food, paying bills, and getting to work.

    Nobody in the Council has told me that the planned extra care scheme is being held up by the squatters. Nor that the builders were standing by waiting to go in – with potential residents and their families angry at the delay. As far as I know any hold-up seems to be down to the Council.

  14. update= just found out they’re "guardians" they sign a contract to live in an empty building until it’s they’re needed out, they’re basically free security.

  15. Broadwater Lodge, I think this recent invasion of squatters started in the empty lawrence road blocks, next come the artists, then the office workers, tottenham will be the new hackney in 10 years, edmonton will be the old tottenham haha

  16. Update 17 – 19 September 2013

    —– Original Message —–
    From : Alan Stanton
    To : Nick Walkley, Chief Executive
    Cc : Lorna Reith, Reg Rice, Tottenham Hale Ward councillors,
    Sent : Tuesday, September 17, 2013 1:33 PM
    Subject : Protheroe House, Chesnut Road N17 – Suggestions for resolving the Squatting issues.

    Dear Mr Walkley

    Thanks for your email confirming that you received my message yesterday morning which covered key issues. I apologise for the delay in following up with further detail.
      On Saturday 14 September I spoke to a group of people squatting in Protheroe House N17. This was the second time I’d talked to people living there – the earlier conversation – with three people – was in August.
      They tell me that they have a date this week for a Court hearing. They realise that the Council may succeed in gaining possession. There are, I was told, some sixty people living in the building including some children.
      As I said in my phone message, their concern is that they do not want to be violently ejected from the building by bailiffs with possible damage to their possessions. They would prefer to reach a mutual agreement with the Council for a leaving date so there is an agreed time frame which allows individual members of the group to make their own arrangements to leave and go elsewhere, and to move their belongings; avoiding the need for heavy-handed action by bailiffs.

    Plainly, I can’t say that the small group who talked to me last Saturday are "representing" everyone there. But equally plainly, there is little or nothing to be lost by talking to the people there and seeking to reach a mutual agreement. I suggest that, in fact, there is something very helpful to be gained. Because it is almost certain that the building will again be broken into, vandalised, and possibly re-squatted.
      The increase in squatting locally is hardly surprising given the deepening housing crisis across London. The people now living in Protheroe House told me that they are mostly there because they are unable to find any housing for themselves at rents they can afford. Also that many are working but on low wages.
      The fact that the building was unoccupied for many months – after the former residents were asked to move out by last Christmas – also shows the Council in a very poor light. Not least because the plans for disposal and redevelopment don’t seem to have been carried out in parallel with the move of former Protheroe House residents. Even the key “Cabinet” report was not until April 2013. In other words, it looks very much like Haringey’s usual incompetence.
      I’m told that Broadwater Lodge, a former elderly peoples’ home, is now occupied by “Guardians” who have an agreement with the Council to live there and keep the building safe and secure until it is needed for redevelopment. The people squatting in Protheroe House told me they are willing to talk to the Council about such an arrangement.
      They also told me that they have tried to contact the Council to discuss all these issues including a mutually agreed date to move out. But that – at least by 14 September – they’d had no reply,
      Can I also repeat my ongoing concern that the people squatting at Protheroe House have not had even the most basic access to piped drinking water on-site. I have raised this with: Homes for Haringey; the Director of Public Health; and with Environment Department officers. I made my view plain that this is a potential health hazard for the people squatting and others. As well as having no on-site clean safe drinking water, it means they have great difficulty being able to wash themselves and their food; and to flush their toilet waste.
      My past experience in Haringey is that however unwelcome some squatters on publicly owned land, the Council has responded with basic decency and humanity by providing at the very least a stand-pipe and portable toilets.
      Haringey’s motto is “Progress with Humanity”. Perhaps it needs to change to: “Social Cleansing with Inhumanity”.

    Mr Walkley acknowledged my email promptly. I sent a follow-up email after a phonecall with one of the squatters.

    On 17 September, my Labour ward colleague Cllr Lorna Reith also emailed Mr Walkley. (Copy below with her permission.)
    —– Original Message —–
    From : Cllr Lorna Reith
    To : Cllr Alan Stanton; Nick Walkley
    Cc : Cllr Reg Rice
    Sent : Tuesday, September 17, 2013 1:57 PM
    Subject : Protheroe House, Chesnut Road N17 – Suggestions for resolving the Squatting issues.

    Dear Nick

    I agree fully with the concerns raised by Cllr Stanton. Please can you deal with this as a matter of urgency and copy myself and Cllr Rice into your response.


    Mr Walkley replied to the three of us on 18 September saying that following legal advice Haringey was considering the proposal for an "amicable exit" of the squatters from the building. But that they would not "halt court proceedings as there is no certainty that all the squatters will be of a similar view"

    The Court hearing was on Thursday 19 September 2013. I emailed Mr Walkley the evening before.

    —– Original Message —–
    From : Alan Stanton, Tottenham Hale ward councillor
    To : Nick Walkley, Haringey Chief Executive
    Cc : Cllr Lorna Reith ; Cllr Reg Rice
    Sent : Thursday, September 19, 2013 12:50 AM
    Subject : Protheroe House, Chesnut Road N17 – Suggestions for resolving the Squatting issues.

    Dear Mr Walkley,

    Today I again spoke to [name] one of the group of people squatting at Protheroe House. I told him your response about "seeking an amicable exit". But that this will not change the Council’s decision to ask the Court for a Possession Order.
      On the issue of people leaving, he repeated that there are a number of vulnerable people there and they want to try to ensure they have alternative places to go. He said some people had already left. Obviously he’s not in a position to make a binding agreement on behalf of everyone now living in Protheroe House. But he said they will deal with Haringey in good faith.
      Can I add that I still see the balance of advantage in allowing them more time and not taking heavy handed action. As far as I know, Haringey does not have contractors standing by to begin work on the building. (I’m not even sure if we have signed contracts.)
      [Paragraph with personal data omitted.]

    Finally, can I again raise the issue of a need in such situations to supply at least basic access to drinking water. Politicians may believe they are "turning Britain around". But the London Housing crisis is not going away and neither is squatting.
      Haringey needs clear policies about humane and sensible ways to respond to groups of squatters who turn up when they find out about our empty buildings.

    When I was a young man, back in the 1960s, I stayed briefly in Amsterdam at the home of a Dutch friend. I didn’t know at the time that her father, Wim Polak, was a well known local politician. (He later became Mayor of the city.) On one occasion he mentioned the problems they were having with young people pouring into the city – many sleeping in a central park – I think it was the VondelPark. And how there were problems of crime, drug overdoses etc.
      It’s a long time ago, and I may have partly misremembered. But he surprised me because I expected him to talk about how they wanted to prevent this and clear the park. So what he actually said has always stuck in my mind. He told me his own priority was trying to ensure that these young people were safe, and had access to medical care. He said that, after all, Amsterdam was an international tourist destination – then advertising itself as "Surprising Amsterdam" and very keen to encourage visitors. But that not every visitor had plenty of money.


    At the Court hearing later on 19 September Haringey got a Possession Order.
    Lawyers representing the Council spoke to both the squatters and the judge about the aim of an agreed exit. And offering to assess the needs of possibly vulnerable people among the squatters.

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