Canada Water Campaign
Canada Water is going to be the centre of £400 million plus of development.
The community aspiration is for a "Low, Clean and Green" waterside village, preserving and enhancing the attractions of Canada Water itself but also becoming a community focus rather than a barren set of car parks. The community - through the Canada Water Campaign - has been fighting hard to preservew the dock and to prevent overdevelopment while achieving the community facilities - whether library, health centre or police station - that are badly needed.
Join the debate, keep close to the action, come to the meetings.
Contact: Jackie Rose, Time and Talents, St. Marychurch Street,
London SE16 4JE
Tel: 020 7231 7845 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Canada Water Campaign is committed to the following:
Discussions with the council have now led to drafts of a detailed Master Development Brief (MDB) and associated Planning and Design Principles Technical Appendices (PDPTA) having been produced. After substantial input from Canada Water Campaign members the MDB and PDPTA are currently in their 5th draft - but have not yet been agreed by the community.
There will be opportunities to comment on these documents, to accept or reject them. Please see the meetings schedule and attend when you can.
If you are interested in saving Canada Water
and can help, join the Canada Water Campaign and send your e-mail
details to email@example.com
or write to: Canada Water Campaign
c/o Time & Talents Association, The Old Mortuary,
St. Marychurch Street, Rotherhithe, London SE16 4JE
|Links:||Southwark Council||Rotherhithe and Surrey Docks, SE16|
|Time & Talents||Bermondsey and Rotherhithe Development Partnership|
Canada Water Campaign Bulletins:
Campaign Meetings: 2000: 19 July 10 August 11 September; 2001: 20 March;
2002 18 March 8 May
Discussions with LB Southwark 2000: 4 September 5 December
Consultative Forum 2001: 3 April 15 May 17 September 19 November 10 December
2002: 4 February 11 March
Civic Trust Meetings 2001: 27 & 29 October, 6 November
Meeting calendar planned for 2002
Newpapers: (IOS) "So you thought Bluewater was big ..."
(ES) "Docklands wildlife 'risk' "
Southwark Development Brief for Downtown (around Surrey Docks Health Centre and Redriff School)
Canada Water Group Constitution
Willowbrook Centre: a leading agency in Southwark for community involvement and assistance in the planning and regeneration of the Borough
Other London campaigns:
Save Borough Market Area Keep it Camden