During the meeting, the representatives of Wood Green Investments said that the piece was taken without their knowledge, yet they would not be reporting the incident as a crime.
The representatives also said that they would allow their wall to be used for street art, provided that the Council protected the wall from now on.
The Liberal Democrat MP for Hornsey and Wood Green contacted the property owners in February after the Banksy piece disappeared from the wall, and ended up at an auction house in Miami.
The auction, however, was pulled at the last minute, and the exact whereabouts and current ‘owner’ of the piece remains unknown.
Commenting, Lynne Featherstone MP said:
“It is deeply disappointing that the property owners have chosen not to report this as a crime. If they really did not know anything until after the piece disappeared – then the person who currently has the Banksy piece is getting away with theft.
“Allowing the wall to be used for future street art is a nice gesture from Wood Green Investments – but what we really want is our Banksy back.
“I will continue to try and find out who has our Banksy, and hope that the property owners change their mind about reporting this as a crime.”