We had an excellent turnout at our regular Stakeholder Group meeting, despite the summer holidays. Hosted once again at Chestertons on Tower Bridge Road, we welcomed 25 stakeholders including local residents and businesses as well as Hamish McCallum (one of our three North Bermondsey ward councillors)
As usual, we covered a wide range of issues affecting the Shad Thames area. The agenda included repair of St Saviour’s Dock Bridge; Friends of Butlers Wharf Riverside (see Events below); Courage Yard; CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy); The Dixon Hotel; Shad Thames Pumping Station; 28 Shad Thames (the ex-Design Museum site); Clean Air Initiative; and Events (past and coming up).
STAMP continues to attract new stakeholders and to benefit from valuable contributions from residents and businesses through their expertise, local knowledge and in-kind contributions. After over four years of hard work, we can clearly see the positive impact we are having on the Shad Thames area. We are now looking at how we can ensure our continued and sustainable effectiveness over many years to come.
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