Four activists from the Syndikat pub travel to London to talk to their landlords. Their goal: a new lease.
London’s most famous pub Photo: twitter.com/syndikat44
With a list of 4,000 signatures for their stay in the luggage, four activists of the Neukolln pub Syndikat stand on Tuesday in London’s Cavendish Square in front of a new building with the house number 33. Christian, a member of the collective for over eleven years, and his comrades-in-arms visit the owners of their house. They want to talk to the Pears brothers – who own the group of companies of the same name. Because their real estate branch owns more than 6,000 apartments in Germany, especially in Berlin, including the house in Weisestrasse.