Locals in north London are fighting to save a famed recording studio where Bob Dylan once recorded. "Babylon" singer David Gray's announcement of his plans to convert the Church Studio into five flats with shops and office space has upset those in the community in Crouch End.
The studio, once owned by Eurythmics guitarist and songwriter Dave Stewart, has also featured recording sessions from the likes of Radiohead, Depeche Mode, Kaiser Chiefs and Elvis Costello.
One resident of Crouch Hill, Steve Watson, said in a letter addressed to the Haringey council: "These studios have been a part of Crouch End's artistic and creative heritage for decades."
A final decision on the issue will be made soon by the Haringey council.
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