Nocado

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The campaign to stop Ocado and Marks & Spencer building an industrial depot next to Yerbury Primary school

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Top financial contributors

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Open Collective UK User

£10k GBP since Jun 2020

2
Incognito

£220 GBP since Feb 2020

3
Incognito

£200 GBP since Mar 2020

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Incognito

£75 GBP since Jun 2020

5
Eva Gkenakou

£50 GBP since Mar 2020

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Incognito

£20 GBP since Mar 2020

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Ros Davies

£20 GBP since Jun 2020

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Incognito

£10 GBP since Feb 2020

Nocado is all of us

Our contributors 13

Thank you for supporting Nocado.

Open Collecti...

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Total contributions

£9,550 GBP

incognito

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

£220 GBP

incognito

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Total contributions

£200 GBP

incognito

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Total contributions

£75 GBP

Well done to the fantastic effort of everyone involved!

Eva Gkenakou

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

£50 GBP

incognito

Financial Contributor

Total contributions

£20 GBP

Ros Davies

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Total contributions

£20 GBP

Thank you to the campaign team for getting us this far.

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

-£1,610.00 GBP
Paid
Invoice #32611
-£1,200.00 GBP
Paid
Invoice #32610
-£1,200.00 GBP
Rejected
Invoice #32609
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Today’s balance

£1,374.49 GBP

Total raised

£13,782.76 GBP

Total disbursed

£12,408.27 GBP

Estimated annual budget

£13,517.76 GBP

About


 Ocado  want to open a 24/7 depot with 100 diesel delivery vans, 90 staff car parking spaces, 3 HGV spaces, an unknown number of motorbikes, 3 diesel pumps and a diesel storage tank on a small triangle of land just a few metres from Yerbury Primary School, Whittington Park and the houses on Wedmore and Pemberton Gardens. Marks & Spencer will also use Ocado to deliver their food from here.

They did this using a backdoor in the planning system known as a lawful development certificate which requires no consultation with the community. Indeed, the application didn't even have Ocado's name on it or carry any details of what was planned. The school only discovered what was proposed when Ocado applied to install the diesel pumps, lights and cctv in December 2019.

We, a group of over 100 parents  and surrounding residents reject the industrialisation of our children's school and of our community and will continue to fight this outrage until it is overturned.

Any money donated here will go towards creating campaign videos, printing leaflets and banners and getting legal advice. All money collected and spent will be clear for all to see on this site.

Ocado want to build more of these in inner-city areas as they expand their 1-hour zoom service, no doubt others such as Amazon will also. We hope a win here will set a precedent that says these facilities should never located next to schools or houses.

Thank you for your support.✊

The Nocado Campaign.

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