We could really use your help if you live, work, study, or travel in Norwood Road (anywhere in between the Barclays in Norwood and the Suziki Garage by Tulse Hill Station)
What kind of help do we need you may ask? Well, we are re-designing Norwood Road and making the one-way system in Tulse Hill two ways, you might think that this is out of your league and that we should leave it to the experts, but as you actually use this space, you ARE the experts. We have a consultancy team that have removed the jargon that we don't need to know and in laymen terms explain what we can and can’t do, they’re ready to realise our version of how we want our space to look and feel.
With a budget of 7million to improve the streets from transport for London we not only want to improve the roads, but make the area a lovely destination to go to and through, we would also like to help build a stronger community.
Working alongside community groups Norwood Forum, and Tulse Hill Forum, and local councillors, we as a community have been commissioned to take ownership of this project. Fellow residents, business owners, students, and those that travel in the area, let's take a hold of this opportunity to make a difference and leave a legacy.
There’s so much potential locally for the community; with projects like Neighbourhood plan, Parents Supporting Parents, Feast Market, Twist Market at Staton Rise, Business Improvement District and pilots like “The Open Works” which birthed “Bzz Garage” and “The Stich”, it’s definitely our time to shine.
The next co-designing workshops are on the 13th October 6.30-8.30, 10th November 6.30-8.30 and 8th December 6.30-8.30 at The Salvation Army 246 Norwood Rd London SE27 9AW
We are also working with many local organisations to engage local people and businesses in the project. If you would like to work with us or have a great idea, please get in touch
We look forward to connecting with you
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