The West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust (WGR/SS Development Trust) has become aware that a small number of individuals have embarked on a course of harassment and defamation of Victoria Alvarez, as well as a number of others associated with the campaign to save Seven Sisters Market and Wards Corner. Victoria Alvarez is a Trustee of the WGR/SS Development Trust, chair of the Seven Sisters Market Tenants Association and trader at Seven Sisters Market.
Those involved claim Victoria Alvarez has personally profited from her involvement in the campaign to save Seven Sisters Market, and stands to financially benefit if the Wards Corner community plan is delivered.
Victoria Alvarez and the Trust vigorously deny these allegations. No evidence has been presented to support the allegations. Neither have the allegations been put directly to either Victoria Alvarez or the WGR/SS Development Trust.
If the individuals concerned continue in this course of harassment and defamation, the Trust will be forced to seek legal action and pass the matter to the police.
Anyone in direct receipt of these or any other unsubstantiated allegations is asked to send details regarding the incident (what was said, by whom, where and when) to email@example.com.
Anyone with any concerns about the actions of any Trustee or the Trust is invited to submit them in writing to the Trust at firstname.lastname@example.org.
West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust, 3 August 2021