Our second meeting of 2020 was held at the space shared by AVR (who create specialist architectural visualisations) and Anise Gallery. They have been based in Shad Thames since 2011 and have been great neighbours over the years, generously hosting local meetings and events. At our STAMP meeting we welcomed 24 stakeholders including local residents and businesses and Cllr Anood Al-Samerai, one of our three North Bermondsey ward councillors. After a brief presentation from Joe Robson, co-founder and owner of AVR/Anise Gallery, we moved on to cover the usual wide range of Shad Thames issues. These included Legare restaurant; Courage Yard; Shad Thames Business Network feasibility study; Streets Project; St Saviours Dock footbridge; Shad Thames Pumping Station; CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy); and ongoing planning matters (Watch House, Tower Bridge Court (TBC) and The Circle). We also had updates from Butler’s Wharf Riverside Trust and STRA (Shad Thames Residents’ Association). If you’d like further information about any of the issues covered, please get in touch via theGet Involved Contact Form below.
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