Following 19th November hearing on the proposed Eileen House development, Lohan Presencer, chief executive of Ministry of Sound, said: "We're encouraged that the Mayor has chosen to adjourn the decision and we're confident he recognises that the solutions we are putting forward will ensure all parties are happy with the outcome.
"We have always said that we can co-exist with a new development and we welcome regeneration in Southwark. We are committed to our local area and neighbouring businesses, as we have been for more than 20 years.
"As the Mayor has requested, we will sit down with the developer to work on a mutually agreeable, sustainable solution - one which will deliver housing for London and safeguard the future of our club."
In 2009 we became aware of plans to build a 41-storey residential tower block 10 metres from the front gate of Ministry of Sound. If this building goes ahead as planned and the new residents complain about noise from our club, it is highly likely we will lose our licence and be forced to close.
We fought the application tooth and nail for two years - and finally, in October 2011, Southwark’s planning committee saw sense and rejected it unanimously.
However, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, has called in the application, and on 19th November 2013 he will decide our fate.
Many thanks to everyone who has supported our campaign so far. We still have a massive fight on our hands to save Ministry of Sound, and need your help to show Boris why he should #savemosclub.
Thank you for your support in this battle and let’s keep the pressure on to Save Our Club.