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									From: Joe Chalmers, Marketing Communications Executive
Sent: 05 June 2009 10:27
To: Oliver Finegold, Media Relations Manager
Communications Department
Westminster City Council
Subject: FW: Motorcycle Protest




Joe Chalmers,
Marketing Communications Executive
Communications Department
Westminster City Council




From: Joe Chalmers, Marketing Communications Executive Westminster City Council
Sent: 08 May 2009 11:04
To: Development Officer
Society of London Theatre
Subject: RE: Motorcycle Protest

Hi Development Officer
Society of London Theatre

Please pass on my thanks

Regards


Joe Chalmers,
Marketing Communications Executive
Communications Department
Westminster City Council




From: Development Officer
Society of London Theatre
Sent: 08 May 2009 10:35
To: Joe Chalmers, Marketing Communications Executive Westminster City Council
Subject: FW: Motorcycle Protest

Hi Jo

I have just spoken to our Chief Executive and he is happy for you to include Society of
London Theatre in the signature if you have not already sent the email.

Many thanks

Development Officer
Society of London Theatre
From: Development Officer
Society of London Theatre
Sent: 07 May 2009 17:20
To: Chief Executive
Subject: FW: Motorcycle Protest

Dear Chief Executive

Please see below an email from Joe Chalmers, Marketing Communications
Executive from Westminster City Council regarding the planned motorcycle
demonstration on Monday 11th May in the West End. Westminster has asked if
SOLT would co-sign the email in support. Marketing Communications Executive
asked if it would be possible to get back to him by the end of today as they would like
to send it to Mr Chairman of notoparking.com ASAP.

Many thanks

Development Officer
Society of London Theatre


From: Joe Chalmers, Marketing Communications Executive Westminster City Council
Sent: 07 May 2009 17:11
To: Development Officer
Society of London Theatre
Subject: Motorcycle Protest

Dear Mr Chairman of notoparking.com

Planned motorcycle demonstration in the West End on Monday 11th May
We are writing to express our disappointment that your planned demonstration on Monday 11th May is still, at this
stage, going ahead.


A number of major businesses and organisations in Westminster including Covent Garden London, Heart of Londo n,
New West End Company, the London Chamber of Commerce and Westminster City Council all have an interest in
working together to maintain and develop a strong business environment and residential community in the West End.


As such, we are of the view that it is entirely inappropriate to cause "mayhem" in the West End and "lay siege to
London" especially at a time of global recession.


Indeed, your demonstration on Monday and the inevitable disruption it will cause will have a serious impact on West
End businesses in terms of lost revenue and trade.


It will also clearly impact on the hundreds of thousands of commuters, tourists, and residents in the West End, the
vast majority of whom will not welcome your protest and have no wish to have their daily lives disrupted by your
actions.
In the light of these concerns we hope that you will urgently reconsider your plans for Monday and call off this
demonstration.


Yours sincerely,


Covent Garden London
Heart of London
New West End Company
London Chamber of Commerce
Westminster City Council

Society Of London Theatre



Joe Chalmers,
Marketing Communications Executive
Communications Department
Westminster City Council

								
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