We had another lively Stakeholder Group meeting with 23 local businesses and residents attending. Many thanks to Useful Studio who hosted us in their wonderful space in the Clove Building.
As usual, we had a packed agenda covering a wide range of large and small issues affecting the Shad Thames area. We heard about plans by the new owners to redevelop Tower Bridge Court (the large office building fronting Tower Bridge Road and Horselydown Lane); they aim to create a leading-edge sustainable office environment. We also heard about the scheduled opening of The Dixon Hotel on Tooley Street in December. Two STAMP initiatives were also highlighted: the formation of a strategy group to focus on next steps for STAMP; and a Clean Air Initiative to reduce traffic and create healthier streets in Shad Thames. Reports on on-going items included the repair of St Saviour’s Dock Bridge and work on the Shad Thames Pumping Station (both of which are in progress); Courage Yard; 28 Shad Thames (the ex-Design Museum site); Friends of Butlers Wharf Riverside (see Events below); current empty premises; and public realm.
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