Protesters say they will not move from Aylesbury Estate

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Protesters say they will not move from Aylesbury Estate

Protesters who have taken over the Aylesbury Estate have said they will not move despite police arresting six people last night.

The site in Southwark was taken over by people campaigning against a controversial regeneration scheme planned for the area.

Southwark Council say the plans will provide 4,000 new homes. But protesters feel residents will be priced out of the regeneration scheme.

Officers were called in last night by the council which is attempting to clear the site and clashed with protester, arresting six people. 

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