STAMP AGM – 4th June 2019
Once again Conran hosted our AGM in their spectacular Shad Thames office. We welcomed some 30 people to celebrate STAMP’s fifth birthday, including local businesses and residents, one of our elected ward councillors and a senior officer from Southwark Council.
We began by considering our Annual Review, along with the new Strategy Framework 2019-2024 and Overview that have been agreed. (Copies of the Strategy Framework and Overview can be found on the Resources page below.)
We then had a brief update of the wide range of topics we cover, including Shad Thames Pumping Station; St Saviours Dock footbridge; The Dixon Hotel; commercial traffic reduction initiative; Courage Yard; redevelopment of Tower Bridge Court (TBC); streets improvement project; ex-Design Museum site; and Butler’s Wharf Riverside. We also had an update from STRA (Shad Thames Residents’ Association) who work with STAMP on matters of shared concern.
The Borders of Shad Thames: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – 8 June 2019 (part of London Festival of Architecture)
A large and enthusiastic crowd joined us at The Dixon Hotel for coffee, pastries and an introduction to Shad Thames and the LFA theme of “boundaries”. Suitably refreshed, we moved on to Tower Bridge Court (TBC) where we heard about plans for the redevelopment of this large office building spanning Tower Bridge Road and Horselydown Lane. We then visited more iconic parts of the area, including the Shad Thames warehouses and riverside, where we had an update about the Illuminated River project. We finished at the LFA exhibition on display at Anise Gallery.
Shad Thames Trail
We’ve reprinted an updated version of our popular guide Shad Thames Trail. You can download a copy on the Resources page below, or email us with your address at email@example.com and we’ll post you a printed copy.