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Our Aims

:: Stop any sale of a long leasehold interest of the Palace that's not for charitable purposes. The 1900 Alexandra Park and Palace Act provided that both Palace and park be held on trust "for the free use and recreation of the public for ever"

:: Safeguard the studios and the mast which pioneered the world's first high-definition television broadcasts and preserve the outline of the original studios A and B. Preserve and maintain the Palace's Victorian theatre and famous Willis organ. Protect public access to all of these and promote them as visitor attractions.

:: Reconstitute AP's trustees back to representatives of the whole of London and of the nation, capable of and interested in maintaining the Palace and Park for public use under its trusts (e.g. north London boroughs, The GLA, English Heritage, BBC, The Arts Council; individuals who have experience in community, heritage and educational areas.

The Palace is a unique national public asset and should be cherished as such.

 

Palace Accounts
 
Palace Accounts

10 year financial analysis
pdf 60kb

1997 - pdf 600kb
1998 - pdf 524kb
1999 - pdf 576kb
2000 - pdf 792kb
2001 - pdf 600kb (NA)
2002 - pdf 3.2mb
2003 - pdf 2.1mb
2004 - pdf 1.6mb
2005 - pdf 1.1mb
2006 - pdf 224kb

1923-1968 7.1 mb

Related Documents

Minutes of the Alexandra Park and Palace Trust Committee 29.4.66
pdf 616kb

Minutes of the Alexandra Park and Palace Advisory Committee 13.9.99
pdf 1mb

 

Related Press

Wood Green Observer
12.06.53

Wood Green Observer June 12th1953

Ham and High
2001

 
 

 

 

 

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