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Latest Update: October 2016 consultation events. We have a number of consultation events upcoming. Click here for details and to view the exhibition online!
We need your thoughts on West Norwood and Tulse Hill – what you love about it and what should be improved. You might live here, work here or come to shop or socialise. Whatever your connection, we want your opinion. We will be keeping the consultation open until the 31st of August.
There is already lots happening in West Norwood and Tulse Hill and we are working in close partnership with a number of local groups and organisations. This includes the Station to Station Business Improvement District, the Streetworks project, and local neighbourhood planning groups – including the Norwood Planning Assembly and the Tulse Hill Forum.
Our interactive map is designed to continue the conversation. Your comments will help Lambeth Council and its partners to create a vision for the area that best reflects your needs and will also help the council to plan for future improvements and investment.
Interested in finding out more? Come along to one of our workshops. We’re running a series workshops about the Town Centre Economy and the West Norwood and Tulse Hill Masterplan. For more information, including dates, click here.
We are especially interested in your views on the following:
The Range of Shops and Services
Did you know: The town centre contains over 200 shops and services and the number of empty shops in the town centre has reduced in recent years.
Jobs and Business
Did you know: The number of jobs and business in the area has grown strongly in recent years. The West Norwood Commercial Area (marked on the map), is the largest employment area in the Borough. It contains around 70 businesses and over 500 jobs.
Did you know: Businesses employing less than 10 people account for over 90% of all business in the area. The Parkhall Business Centre (marked on the map) provides space for small businesses and contains more than 100 businesses.
Education and Community
Did you know: The area has benefitted from a number of new social and community facilities in recent years, including the Health and Leisure Centre and Elmgreen School.
Did you know: The area has benefitted from efforts to improve the appearance of the streets and shops in recent years, and more improvements are on the way via the Streetworks project.
Transport and Getting Around
Did you know: Plans are underway to remove the Tulse Hill Gyratory and to make moving around the town centre easier. Over the coming months, the Council will be exploring if there are any other things which need to be done to make getting around the area better.
Opportunities to Improve the Area
Did you know: There are a number of sites ready for redevelopment in the town centre. Over the coming months, the Council will be exploring possible options for this including what the sites should be used for and what they should look like.
All comments are made anonymously and will be used to inform the overall vision for your area. The data from this map will help us to better understand the thoughts of the local community and direct spending and projects to improve the things that matter to you. For more information on this project please visit the West Norwood and Tulse Hill town centres page.