The story so far...
Let the reader be under no illusions this is not an investigation against the ‘film industry’ - many of the factories have some seven or so ‘sub-tenants’ some of which are associated with film production and some of which are not. This is an investigation into what has been a deliberate removal of even the most basic of environmental human rights, the right to clean air, the right to live in one’s own home without fear of toxic and hazardous waste emissions, and the right to ‘knowledge’ - giving a person the right to choose whether they live in an area that is dangerous and detrimental to their health and the health of their family.
The timeline of events outlines the unfolding of the health and safety provides an extensive listing of incidents and correspondence regarding the activities of tenants and subtenants on the FSA site.
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Public health and safety issues
"Fox Studios is a tight concentration of many
hazardous processes in a small area.
Developments for “craft shops”
acknowledge that industrial processes are
being carried out in factory-type workshops and would ordinarily be considered a heavy
industrial site (4b zoning)."
From Professor Chris Winders' presentation to Public Meeting (17th August 2006)
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