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For our town centre – “Potential development layout and consolidated development plots” (source page 99 of Lambeth’s West Norwood & Tulse Hill – A Manual for Delivery).  Full Manual for Delivery here.
 
This stretches between  (but does not include) Iceland and A&S Homecare.   To be replaced by the 'big scheme' are Knowles, Texaco, B&Q and two whole parades of small shops and many flats. 
 
Last newsletter, NAG showed one design that had been floated for the B&Q site.  However, this exceeds current local plan parameters. 


Now that Lambeth owns the site and Waylett Place, what may we expect, and when? 

Might Lambeth wish to maximise development? 

How will Lambeth balance being a landowner with its regeneration role and statutory planning responsibilities? 


What will the Neighbourhood Plan being created by Norwood Planning Assembly for local referendum say on all these matters?

Currently, Norwood High Street is part of the town centre.  Read through to the end to see pictures for the catastrophe that may happen there - soon!
 

Dear Neighbour,

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Don’t miss our Public Meeting and AGM!  
Show you care about our neighbourhood
Hear what Lambeth officers say
Make your point and ask questions

 
Lambeth Officers attending:
Conor McDonagh – head of regeneration for Norwood
Catherine Carpenter – planning lead for strategy, policy, transport and development, neighbourhoods and growth
Rob Bristow – head of planning, transport, development, sustainable growth and opportunity
 

For Norwood Planning Assembly:
Thomas Denhof - of Denhof Design - local expert on sustainable living
 
Also our MP Helen Hayes will attend and speak, subject to Parliamentary obligations.  Helen recognises West Norwood and Tulse Hill’s special characteristics and has strongly supported our community since her election to office in 2015.
 
Also some of our local councillors will be in attendance.  Hear your elected representatives' views, and let them know yours too.
 

It’s also NAG’s annual general meeting
We expect that part of the evening to be brief!  Whilst the existing officers and committee are standing for re-election, NAG is also open to new nominations from paid-up members.  We also welcome people with energy and particular skills to help with different work groups, so tell us if you would like to offer help or a nomination.  Please email us at info@norwoodactiongroup.org. 
 
All formal organisations need a
constitution, and annual accounts, please feel free to review them.


Come along and enjoy the evening.  Find out more about redevelopment, and questions from the audience are welcomed.  Priority given to questions sent in advance
 

Salvation Army Hall, 246 Norwood Road, SE27 9AW, this Thursday 20th June from 7 to 9pm.  Doors open 6.45pm to enjoy complimentary refreshments and join the throng. 


Memberships can be renewed, and new members are welcomed. Only £5 a year to help us to help you.
 
 

Manual for Delivery ‘vision’ for
Norwood High Street

Below is the corner of Norwood High Street and Windsor Grove
(leads to Royal Mail Sorting Office)
 
 
 

Compare the above with possible reality for Norwood High Street 
The following live planning applications are currently being considered -
decisions due in July. 
Lambeth’s resolve to defend its plans will be illustrated by the
outcome of these applications.


The visualisation of the current plan on Norwood High Street and
corner of Windsor Grove


 

Planned 8-storey scheme on Norwood High Street, next to Travis Perkins. 
Kids' play area on top - yes really!

 
 
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