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==Election Hustings==
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==Southwark Planning Network==
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===Introduction to SPN===
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The '''[[Media:SPN_poster_v2.pdf|Southwark Planning Network (SPN)]]''' grew out of the list of community people who took part in the Core Strategy Public Hearings in 2010. The SPN is a self managed informal network of active citizens. By 2019, over 40 local groups had taken part in meetings, and over 200 individuals engaged
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[[Southwark_Planning_Network#Introduction_to_SPN_2|see more...]]
  
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===SPN meeting 22nd July 2019===
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This SPN meeting is 7-9pm in PV Studio Bussey Building. The main focus will be preparation to make good use of the Council’s workshop on 1st August on community engagement in planning. The Council workshop is on the revision of the SCI (Statement of Community Involvement) and the new Development Charter. It will be on 1st  August, 3-5:30pm or 6-8:30pm at Council offices 160 Tooley Street. (The workshop is repeated twice to enable people to attend afternoon or evening.) To register for the Council workshop email - community.engagement@southwark.gov.uk - to let them know which session you aim to attend.
  
===Follow up===
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===SPN workshops on NSP consultation April-May 2019===
* '''Here is the FULL EVENT on video: '''https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cy4P0bW867s
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SPN is holding Workshops to discuss the issues and the way to make representations before the deadline 17th May 2019. These are:
* [https://twitter.com/i/moments/988738682558582784 tweet by tweet account of the Community Planning Hustings]
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* Monday 15th April 1-3pm Peckham Vision studio, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane SE15
* Questions & themes of debate, and community exhibition material, are being collated for the website.
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* Monday 29th April 7-9pm Peckham Vision studio, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane SE15
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* Wednesday 8th May 6.30pm-8.30pm Giraffe House, Burgess Park, 285 Albany Road, London SE5 0AH
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* Thursday 9th May 6.30-8.30pm Drapers Tenants’ Hall, 1 Howel Walk, London SE1 6TL
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For more information email: southwarkplanningnetwork@gmail.com
  
===Introduction===
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===Public Meeting 20th March 2019===
An election hustings on planning and regeneration will be held on Saturday 14th April 2.00pm-5pm by the Southwark Planning Network in the lead up to the local Council elections on 3rd May:
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* 2.00pm Community exhibition
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* 3.00-5.00pm Hustings meeting.
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This will be a community-led meeting, and a community exhibition on planning issues from the neighbourhoods across the borough. It will be at Christ Church at 676-680 Old Kent Road, between Commercial Way and Peckham Park Road junctions with the Old Kent Road. It will be in a style similar to BBC Question Time with audience participation.
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* Email info@peckhamvision.org if you would like to volunteer to help.
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* Follow twitter '''[https://twitter.com/ShapeSouthwark @ShapeSouthwark]''' for news as it unfolds.
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* If you are interested in attending, [https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/shaping-southwark-hustings-tickets-43799972898 please register here] to give us an idea of how many may be coming.
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This is a hustings with a difference, creating a space where community perspectives on important planning policy matters can be raised with politicians seeking election. Community groups from across the borough, linked through the Southwark Planning Network, are working together to create the community exhibition at 2pm. We all suffer from the problems caused by the planning system, the deficient consultation process, and the impacts of regeneration. These never get addressed properly in the local elections we have every 4 years. This hustings is aimed at helping to correct that democratic deficit.
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Peckham Vision have arranged a public event to encourage community interest across the borough in the preparation of the Local List. This will be on <br>'''Wednesday 20th March, 6pm exhibition, 7pm – 9pm meeting with Speakers & Discussion <br> At The Old Mill Building , 72 Copeland Road, SE15, opposite Bournemouth Road.'''<br>[[Old_Mill_Building|More information about the Old Mill Building and events.]]
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* If you are keen to protect local heritage in your area and also to encourage other local people to help in that protection, this is an event for you. We will explore how community groups can take action on this in their own area, and you can connect with others keen to take action.
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* The exhibition and the meeting will look at the Old Mill Building as an example of a local heritage asset, how to think about heritage buildings and spaces, and about the preparation of the Heritage Local List. There will be several short talks followed by questions and discussion.
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* We hope that many from '''[[Southwark_Planning_Network|SPN]]''' will come to the meeting to take part in thinking of ways to enable local people to say what is important to them in their area's local heritage, and find out how to protect it. If you aim to come, to help us gauge numbers, '''[https://www.eventbrite.com/e/southwarks-heritage-local-list-tickets-58483751475 please register on eventbrite.]'''
  
===The Speakers===
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===Meeting on Monday 11th February 2019===
Four candidates in the local elections have been chosen by their parties to represent them in this Community Hustings on planning and regeneration:
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We had a lively discussion about the Council amendments to the New Southwark Plan (NSP), and identified a number of issues that need examination. We will be developing templates for guidance in making representations, and workshops across the borough for local people. Deadline for comments is 17th May 2019. [[New_Southwark_Plan_(NSP)|Further information is here.]] If you wish to contribute to this, please email info@peckhamvision.org to seek more information.
* Toby Eckersley - Conservative: candidate in London Bridge & West Bermondsey ward.
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* Eleanor Margolies  - Green: candidate in St Giles ward.
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* Damian O'Brien - Liberal Democrat: candidate in London Bridge & West Bermondsey ward.
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* Rebecca Lury – Labour: candidate in North Walworth ward.
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===Asking a Question===
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===Meeting on Monday 22nd October 2018===
If you would like to propose a question for the politicians on the hustings panel please [https://goo.gl/duZN7H give your details and your question here.] These are suggestions of questions from which a representative choice will be selected. If the question is chosen we will contact you to finalise the wording and check you are coming. Arrangements for asking questions will be finalised on the day of the hustings.
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See info on [https://bit.ly/2KYEA1M eventbrite] for this. '''[[Media:18.10.22_SPN_meeting_notes.pdf|Notes of the meeting.]]'''
  
===Community Exhibition===
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===Meeting on Monday 18th June 2018 at 7pm===
There will be a Community Exhibition at 2-3pm before the Hustings. Several community groups from across the borough who are active on planning and regeneration matters will be presenting a display of the current issues in their neighbourhood. Taken together these exhibits will give a kaleidoscope of the impact of the Council’s planning and regeneration policies, and how communities are responding.
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The last meeting was at Bells Gardens Community Centre in Peckham and focused on updates on New Southwark Plan (NSP) and what next, and community action on Old Kent Road Area Action Plan. If you want to join the mailing list to receive information about meetings please email info@peckhamvision.org with your name and the name of your local neighbourhood group or name of your neighbourhood.
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===The venue===  
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==Introduction to SPN==
The event will be at Christ Church Peckham at 676-680 Old Kent Road, between Commercial Way and Peckham Park Road junctions with the Old Kent Road.
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The '''[[Media:SPN_poster_v2.pdf|Southwark Planning Network (SPN)]]''' grew out of the list of community people who took part in the Core Strategy Public Hearings in 2010. The SPN is a self managed informal network of active citizens. By 2019, over 40 local groups had taken part in meetings, and over 200 individuals engaged in planning activities in their neighbourhoods are on the mailing list. Since 2016 there have been around five SPN meetings a year to share experience and information and for mutual support. Peckham Vision (PV) has facilitated and hosted most of the meetings and made a major contribution to SPN’s development. In addition, it creates and maintains these webpages for the SPN, and manages and operates the SPN mailing list. Our policy on protection of that data is set out in the [[Peckham_Vision:Privacy_policy|statement here.]] <br>
  
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'''If you want to join the mailing list, please email - southwarkplanningnetwork@gmail.com - with your name and the name of your local neighbourhood group or name of your neighbourhood.'''
  
 
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Currently SPN is focused mainly on follow up to the '''[[New_Southwark_Plan_(NSP)#NSP_Amended_Policies|work to encourage and facilitate representations]]''' on the '''[[New_Southwark_Plan_(NSP)|New Southwark Plan (NSP)]]''', the issues arising from the consultation process around the Old Kent Road Area Action Plan (OKRAAP), developing better support systems for citizens on planning issues, and how to develop more effective and genuine ways for local communities to shape the policies as they affect the local neighbourhoods. [[Community_Hustings_2018|An election hustings and community exhibition]] on planning and regeneration was organised by the SPN on Saturday 14th April 2018.We are following that up in discussion with Cllr Rebecca Lury (Deputy Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Equalities and Communities) and Cllr Johnson Situ (Cabinet Member for Growth, Development and Planning).
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==Southwark Planning Network==
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The Southwark Planning Network (SPN) grew out of the list of community people who took part in the Core Strategy Public Hearings in 2010. The SPN meets every two months or so for mutual support across the different main neighbourhoods in Southwark on planning policy and other mutual interests. Currently this is mainly the development of the [[New_Southwark_Plan_(NSP)|New Southwark Plan (NSP)]] and how to develop more effective and genuine ways for local communities to shape the policies as they affect the local neighbourhoods. [[Community_Hustings_2018|An election hustings and community exhibtion]] on planning and regeneration was organised by the SPN on Saturday 14th April 2018.
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==New Southwark Plan==
 
==New Southwark Plan==
The New Southwark Plan (NSP) has been in preparation since 2013, and been through a number of consultations. The last one on the Submission version was November 2017 to February 2018. This is the version that the Council will be submitting to the Government for the Examination n Public by the Government’s Planning Inspector. People who made ‘representations’ on the NSP may be invited by the Inspector to speak at the Public Hearings. They are likely to be held in 2019.  The Southwark Planning Network arranged a series of workshops and meetings in December, January and February 2017-2018 for community groups and individuals who wanted to know more about the process and make their representations. These were held across the borough. [[New_Southwark_Plan_(NSP)_|Details of  those events can be found here.]] Further events are being planned for the preparations for the Public Hearings.
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The New Southwark Plan (NSP) has been in preparation since 2013, and been through a number of consultations. The last one on the Submission version was November 2017 to February 2018. The Council started in January 2019 further consultations on some Amendments to that version of the Plan. This consultation will continue until 17 May 2019. This is the version that the Council will be submitting to the Government for the Examination n Public by the Government’s Planning Inspector. People who made ‘representations’ on the NSP during the last consultation, and on this current consultation, may be invited by the Inspector to speak at the Public Hearings. These will be held in late 2019 or 2020.  The Southwark Planning Network arranged a series of workshops and meetings in December, January and February 2017-2018 for community groups and individuals who wanted to know more about the process and make their representations. These were held across the borough. [[New_Southwark_Plan_(NSP)_|Details of  those events can be found here.]] This year, SPN is working with Southwark Law Centre Planning Voice project, Southwark Group of Tenants Organisations (SGTO) and Community Southwark to arrange workshops across the borough to help understand and discuss the new amendments and the issues raised by them.
  
 
==Election Hustings 14th April 2018==
 
==Election Hustings 14th April 2018==
 
[[Image:IMG 0552 adj lo.jpg|thumb|right|270px|Community Hustings 14th April 2018]]
 
[[Image:IMG 0552 adj lo.jpg|thumb|right|270px|Community Hustings 14th April 2018]]
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* '''Here is the FULL EVENT on video: '''https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cy4P0bW867s  
 
* '''Here is the FULL EVENT on video: '''https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cy4P0bW867s  
 
* [https://twitter.com/i/moments/988738682558582784 tweet by tweet account of the Community Planning Hustings]
 
* [https://twitter.com/i/moments/988738682558582784 tweet by tweet account of the Community Planning Hustings]
* Questions & themes of debate, and community exhibition material, are being collated for the website.
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* [[Media:SPN_Planning_%26_Regen_Hustings_14.04.18_-_actual_questions.pdf|Questions & themes of debate.]]
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* Community exhibition material is being collated for the website.
  
 
An election hustings on planning and regeneration was held on Saturday 14th April 2.00pm-5pm by the Southwark Planning Network in the lead up to the local Council elections on 3rd May. There was a Community Exhibition at 2pm followed by the Hustings meeting at 3-5pm. It was a community-led event organised by Peckham Vision with Vital OKR and Southwark Law Centre. 13 local groups contributed to the exhibition illustrating the planning issues local action groups are dealing with in their areas. The event was held at Christ Church at 676-680 Old Kent Road. It was in a style similar to BBC Question Time with audience participation.
 
An election hustings on planning and regeneration was held on Saturday 14th April 2.00pm-5pm by the Southwark Planning Network in the lead up to the local Council elections on 3rd May. There was a Community Exhibition at 2pm followed by the Hustings meeting at 3-5pm. It was a community-led event organised by Peckham Vision with Vital OKR and Southwark Law Centre. 13 local groups contributed to the exhibition illustrating the planning issues local action groups are dealing with in their areas. The event was held at Christ Church at 676-680 Old Kent Road. It was in a style similar to BBC Question Time with audience participation.
  
This was a hustings with a difference, and successfully created a space where community perspectives on important planning policy matters were raised with politicians seeking election. Communities suffer from the problems caused by the planning system, the deficient consultation process, and the impacts of regeneration. These never get addressed properly in the local elections we have every 4 years. This hustings helped to correct that democratic deficit. [[Community_Hustings_2018|Further details about the event are here.]]
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This was a hustings with a difference, and successfully created a space where community perspectives on important planning policy matters were raised with politicians seeking election. Communities suffer from the problems caused by the planning system, the deficient consultation process, and the impacts of regeneration. These never get addressed properly in the local elections we have every 4 years. This hustings helped to correct that democratic deficit. [[Community_Hustings_2018|Further details about the event are here.]]<br>
 
[[Image:IMG_0403 Christ Church Peckham 676-680, Old Kent Rd.jpg|left|190px|thumb displays]]
 
[[Image:IMG_0403 Christ Church Peckham 676-680, Old Kent Rd.jpg|left|190px|thumb displays]]
  

Latest revision as of 05:58, 18 July 2019

See also

Southwark Planning Network

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Introduction to SPN

The Southwark Planning Network (SPN) grew out of the list of community people who took part in the Core Strategy Public Hearings in 2010. The SPN is a self managed informal network of active citizens. By 2019, over 40 local groups had taken part in meetings, and over 200 individuals engaged see more...

SPN meeting 22nd July 2019

This SPN meeting is 7-9pm in PV Studio Bussey Building. The main focus will be preparation to make good use of the Council’s workshop on 1st August on community engagement in planning. The Council workshop is on the revision of the SCI (Statement of Community Involvement) and the new Development Charter. It will be on 1st August, 3-5:30pm or 6-8:30pm at Council offices 160 Tooley Street. (The workshop is repeated twice to enable people to attend afternoon or evening.) To register for the Council workshop email - community.engagement@southwark.gov.uk - to let them know which session you aim to attend.

SPN workshops on NSP consultation April-May 2019

SPN is holding Workshops to discuss the issues and the way to make representations before the deadline 17th May 2019. These are:

  • Monday 15th April 1-3pm Peckham Vision studio, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane SE15
  • Monday 29th April 7-9pm Peckham Vision studio, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane SE15
  • Wednesday 8th May 6.30pm-8.30pm Giraffe House, Burgess Park, 285 Albany Road, London SE5 0AH
  • Thursday 9th May 6.30-8.30pm Drapers Tenants’ Hall, 1 Howel Walk, London SE1 6TL

For more information email: southwarkplanningnetwork@gmail.com

Public Meeting 20th March 2019

Peckham Vision have arranged a public event to encourage community interest across the borough in the preparation of the Local List. This will be on
Wednesday 20th March, 6pm exhibition, 7pm – 9pm meeting with Speakers & Discussion
At The Old Mill Building , 72 Copeland Road, SE15, opposite Bournemouth Road.

More information about the Old Mill Building and events.

  • If you are keen to protect local heritage in your area and also to encourage other local people to help in that protection, this is an event for you. We will explore how community groups can take action on this in their own area, and you can connect with others keen to take action.
  • The exhibition and the meeting will look at the Old Mill Building as an example of a local heritage asset, how to think about heritage buildings and spaces, and about the preparation of the Heritage Local List. There will be several short talks followed by questions and discussion.
  • We hope that many from SPN will come to the meeting to take part in thinking of ways to enable local people to say what is important to them in their area's local heritage, and find out how to protect it. If you aim to come, to help us gauge numbers, please register on eventbrite.

Meeting on Monday 11th February 2019

We had a lively discussion about the Council amendments to the New Southwark Plan (NSP), and identified a number of issues that need examination. We will be developing templates for guidance in making representations, and workshops across the borough for local people. Deadline for comments is 17th May 2019. Further information is here. If you wish to contribute to this, please email info@peckhamvision.org to seek more information.

Meeting on Monday 22nd October 2018

See info on eventbrite for this. Notes of the meeting.

Meeting on Monday 18th June 2018 at 7pm

The last meeting was at Bells Gardens Community Centre in Peckham and focused on updates on New Southwark Plan (NSP) and what next, and community action on Old Kent Road Area Action Plan. If you want to join the mailing list to receive information about meetings please email info@peckhamvision.org with your name and the name of your local neighbourhood group or name of your neighbourhood.

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Introduction to SPN

The Southwark Planning Network (SPN) grew out of the list of community people who took part in the Core Strategy Public Hearings in 2010. The SPN is a self managed informal network of active citizens. By 2019, over 40 local groups had taken part in meetings, and over 200 individuals engaged in planning activities in their neighbourhoods are on the mailing list. Since 2016 there have been around five SPN meetings a year to share experience and information and for mutual support. Peckham Vision (PV) has facilitated and hosted most of the meetings and made a major contribution to SPN’s development. In addition, it creates and maintains these webpages for the SPN, and manages and operates the SPN mailing list. Our policy on protection of that data is set out in the statement here.

If you want to join the mailing list, please email - southwarkplanningnetwork@gmail.com - with your name and the name of your local neighbourhood group or name of your neighbourhood.

Currently SPN is focused mainly on follow up to the work to encourage and facilitate representations on the New Southwark Plan (NSP), the issues arising from the consultation process around the Old Kent Road Area Action Plan (OKRAAP), developing better support systems for citizens on planning issues, and how to develop more effective and genuine ways for local communities to shape the policies as they affect the local neighbourhoods. An election hustings and community exhibition on planning and regeneration was organised by the SPN on Saturday 14th April 2018.We are following that up in discussion with Cllr Rebecca Lury (Deputy Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Equalities and Communities) and Cllr Johnson Situ (Cabinet Member for Growth, Development and Planning).

New Southwark Plan

The New Southwark Plan (NSP) has been in preparation since 2013, and been through a number of consultations. The last one on the Submission version was November 2017 to February 2018. The Council started in January 2019 further consultations on some Amendments to that version of the Plan. This consultation will continue until 17 May 2019. This is the version that the Council will be submitting to the Government for the Examination n Public by the Government’s Planning Inspector. People who made ‘representations’ on the NSP during the last consultation, and on this current consultation, may be invited by the Inspector to speak at the Public Hearings. These will be held in late 2019 or 2020. The Southwark Planning Network arranged a series of workshops and meetings in December, January and February 2017-2018 for community groups and individuals who wanted to know more about the process and make their representations. These were held across the borough. Details of those events can be found here. This year, SPN is working with Southwark Law Centre Planning Voice project, Southwark Group of Tenants Organisations (SGTO) and Community Southwark to arrange workshops across the borough to help understand and discuss the new amendments and the issues raised by them.

Election Hustings 14th April 2018

Community Hustings 14th April 2018
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An election hustings on planning and regeneration was held on Saturday 14th April 2.00pm-5pm by the Southwark Planning Network in the lead up to the local Council elections on 3rd May. There was a Community Exhibition at 2pm followed by the Hustings meeting at 3-5pm. It was a community-led event organised by Peckham Vision with Vital OKR and Southwark Law Centre. 13 local groups contributed to the exhibition illustrating the planning issues local action groups are dealing with in their areas. The event was held at Christ Church at 676-680 Old Kent Road. It was in a style similar to BBC Question Time with audience participation.

This was a hustings with a difference, and successfully created a space where community perspectives on important planning policy matters were raised with politicians seeking election. Communities suffer from the problems caused by the planning system, the deficient consultation process, and the impacts of regeneration. These never get addressed properly in the local elections we have every 4 years. This hustings helped to correct that democratic deficit. Further details about the event are here.

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