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Tuesday, 04 June 2013 11:30

Save London's Southbank

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London's Southbank has had as rich a skate history as almost anywhere. It is in danger and you can help save it. Follow these instructions below to officially register your objection.

Posted: June 4, 2013

Here is a brief history of the legendary spot:

STEP 1: 
Go to the petition here

STEP 2:
Click the "REGISTER" tab (top right of menu bar) and fill in your details.

STEP 3:
Click the "COMMENT" tab on link in Step 1.

STEP 4:
Fill in details and select appropriate "COMMENTOR TYPE". Select "OBJECT" in the stance section and type your comment.

STEP 5:
Click on the "TRACK" button to keep informed on this planning application. 

STEP 6:
Click the "DETAILS" tab and then click the "IMPORTANT DATES" tab and make a note on them. 

It is essential to the campaign that EVERYONE on the petition does this immediately, as the deadline date to submit comments to this planning application is fast approaching. Doing this is one of the most important and influential thing you can do to help save the Southbank skatepark. Please act now.

Thank you.

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