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1. Shorter bail request periods Legally it should 3-5 days, however it can take anywhere up to 21 days, or even a month before you get a bail hearing date

2. Amnesty for those who have lived in the UK 10 years and above

3. End indefinite detention Detention periods shouldn’t be longer than 28 days

4. End Charter flights Charter flights are inhumane because there are no prior notifications, or only an oral notification with no warning. They give no time to make arrangements with family.

5. No more re-detention Redention should not be allowed – if you have been detained once, you should not be re-detained if you are complying with the laws they have applied. This is a contradiction, you are being punished for complying with the law; it ruins the whole purpose of expecting compliance

6. End systematic torture Systematic torture takes place in detention – at any point an officer could turn up and take your room mate; you’re constantly on edge, not knowing what will happen next. Those who are suicidal now have their privacy taken away because they are being watched – you don’t know if an officer is coming to check on you or coming to take you away. Our rooms are searched at random and without warning; they just search first and explain later

7. Stop separating families Separating families is inhumane – people in here are married or have British partners and have children outside, and they are denied their right to private life and right to privacy; their Article 8 rights

8. No detention of people who came to the UK as children Young adults who came to the country as minors should not be detained, deported or punished for their parents’ immigration histories

9. The beds need to be changed Some of us have been here for a year on the same bed; they’re the most uncomfortable beds

10. LGBT+ persons’ sexuality be believed It should be understood that explaining your sexuality is difficult

11. Fit emergency alarms in every room in the detention centre Only some rooms have them, and there have been a lot of cases of people being very ill in places where they can’t call for help

12. Give us access to proper healthcare

13. Give us proper food to look after our diets

14. Release people with outstanding applications

15. We want to speak to Alistair Burt MP for the constituency

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The Willows

New artist-centered affordable housing development officially unveiled in Lincoln Park

Published June 9, 2017 | Brick City Live

The Willows at Symphony Hall

This past Wednesday, June 7th,marked the ribbon cutting for The Willows at Symphony Hall, an affordable housing project in Newark’sLincoln Park neighborhood.

The launch of the building, located at 395 Halsey Street, is meant to be another landmark that represents Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District’s (LPCCD) mission of building a sustainable arts andculture district in the historic neighborhood.

A joint project of the YMCA and Ingerman Group Properties, The Willows will provide 60 affordable artist housing units: 20 of them one-bedroom units, and the other 40 of which are two-bedroom units.

A quarter of the unitsare fully furnished and set aside for residents with special needs, including six units for residents with mental illness and nine for those who are homeless with a disability.The four-story building’s amenities include a fitness center, community rooms with an artists’ studio and gallery space, furnished sundecks, playground, off-street parking, secure entry, a pet friendly policy and handicap accessibility.

Ingerman is the developer for nearly four dozen residential developmentsin New Jersey, including Lincoln Park, the four-building, 70-unit affordable apartment community located on the park at Washington and Spruce Streets.

Units in The Willows are still available as of this publishing, according to a person speaking on behalf of LPCCD. Interested potential residents can visit the leasing office at25 Spruce Street to pick up or drop off a rental application.

The ribbon cutting was attended by Mayor Ras Baraka, Central Ward Councilwoman Gayle Chaneyfield Jenkins, Director of Housing Assistance Julio Colon, Newark YMCA President and CEO Michael Bright, BCM Affordable Housing President Bruce Morgan and Ingerman President and CEO Brad Ingerman.

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