Sunday, 21 June 2009

Stockwell Neighbourhood Forum - 2 July

Stockwell Neighbourhood Forum

Thursday 2nd July 2009 7.00pm
Venue: Springfield Methodist Church,
200 Wandsworth Road
London, SW8 2JU
Main topic: Regeneration of Vauxhall/Nine Elms and how it affects Stockwell
Contribute Your Ideas and Views!

The Current London Plan identifies Vauxhall/Nine Elms as an Opportunity Area for creating new homes and employment. Along with Stockwell being identified as an area for regeneration in the same plan this will lead to many changes to our physical and social environment over the next 15-20 years. All of which will impact positively and negatively on existing communities and businesses.

The London Plan is current being reviewed by Mayor Boris Johnson. The Stockwell Neighbourhood Forum has an opportunity to contribute our views to this review and also feed into Lambeth’s new planning framework for our area.

Also at 8.30 pm: Exchange news and views and about Stockwell issues and events
At 9pm: Councillors’ question time when local Councillors answer any questions from the floor.
This is an open meeting and everyone is welcome, the venue is fully accessible.

Nearest station is Vauxhall, buses 77, 87, 196 and free refreshments will be provided.

Key developments include: -
Redevelopment of Nine Elms Market site
Development of tall buildings
New American Embassy
Potential for regeneration of public realm in Vauxhall/Nine Elms and Stockwell
Help develop a collective aspiration for our neighbourhood
Lets make sure the things that matter are retained and enhanced
Identify what you would like to see developed in our area