Paying tribute to Claremont Road, E11, the State of the Art, 20 years on. To all who were born, died and lived there. To those who fought to save it from roadbuilding madness. Back in 1994 this quiet East London backstreet played host to one of the longest and most expensive, and certainly the most ecclectic and colourful evictions in British history.

Published on YouTube on 3 Dec 2014 by Neil Goodwin, co-director of the documentary film Life in the Fast Lane – The No M11 Story, artist & activist

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