*[[Peckham Town Centre Forum/meetings]]
*[[Planning Applications Overall]]
*[[Planning Applications Individual]]
*[[Planning wider issues]]
*[[Transforming Central Rye Lane]]
*[[Copeland Cultural Quarter]]
*[[Art Deco Quarter]]
*[[133 Rye Lane]]
*[[Multi-Storey Car Park]]
[[Image:IMG 9539 adj 2400.jpg|thumb|right|250px|Peckham Vision community meeting on planning polciy for Peckham January 2016]]
From 2000/01 the Council has been developing land use policy which specifically relates to Peckham town centre. This has been part of the never ending planning policy developments dictated by law and changes in the law by successive Governments. So there was the Unitary Development Plan finalised in 2006, overtaken by the Southwark Plan 2007, the Core Strategy 2010, the PNAAP (Peckham & Nunhead Area Action Plan) public hearings 2012 and approved in 2014, and now the New Southwark Plan in preparation 2013 to 2017. This page records some of the work of Peckham Vision in informing and educating local residents and businesses of this, and facilitating discussion and supporting representations in the official processes.
===Local Community Planning Networks===
[[Image:IMG 20171204 191551.jpg|thumb|right|300px|SPN meeting December 2017]]
====Southwark Planning Network (SPN)====
The SPN grew out of the list of community people who took part in the Core Strategy Public Hearings. Using the successful experience of developing the PPN, Eileen Conn, co-ordinator of Peckham Vision, has applied the lessons to the SPN on a similar model. The SPN is now meeting regularly 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) and how to develop more effective and genuine ways for local communities to shape the policies as they affect the local neighbourhoods.
====Just Space Network====
===Council weblinks on this page===
'''''Council planning weblinks have all changed. It will take some time to restore all the links.''''' If the link on this page you want is part of the PNAAP process and is broken you can find the adopted Peckham & Nunhead Area Action Plan (PNAAP) here http://www.southwark.gov.uk/downloads/download/4444/area_action_plans
The Council says you can also access it from the Area Action Plans page by clicking on the relevant link, along with the supporting and background documents here: http://www.southwark.gov.uk/info/200211/area_action_plans which can be accessed from the main planning policy page on the left hand side.
[[Image:IMG 20171204 191551.jpg|thumb|right|250px|SPN meeting December 2017]]
2018 SPN meeting===
In the first part of the meeting, the SPN meeting heard from Prof Kevin Fenton Director of Health & Public Wellbeing at the Council on the development of the new Social Regeneration policy now a strategic policy in the New Southwark Plan (NSP). Philip Waters from the Council Planning Department explained this stage of the NSP consultation which was the formal stage leading to the Examination in Public (EiP) in the second half of 2018. The second half was a workshop about the SPN's approach to examining the NSP and helping people to prepare their comments in the right form. The SPN welcomed the proposed SPN drop-in sessions for this in January, now that the Council had agreed after community representations to extend the comments deadline until 12th February.
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* Further information [http://www.southwarkcan.org/where_next_for_localism about the workshop is here]
* TO BOOK scroll down to the end of [http://www.southwarkcan.org/where_next_for_localism this page.]
The Localism Act 2011 gave a number of new powers to local communities to shape their own neighbourhoods. There have been mixed results to these across the country, though some successes like our local ones the Ivy House and the Peckham Liberal Club. There is a new Commission which is taking evidence from around the country about how to improve the Act and the way it works. The workshop on 30th May will bring together our community experiences in Southwark. This is for people who have had any experience of trying to use the powers in the Act, or have thought about it and decided not to, or have an interest in how the community can have more effect on what happens to its neighbourhood. This workshop is a joint effort between Peckham Vision, Southwark Planning Network and Community Southwark. More information about the [http://locality.org.uk/our-work/policy/localism-commission Localism Commission is here.] A copy of the submissions sent to the Commission following the workshop are here [
===May 2017 submissions on Peckham 4 sites===
[[Image:View_fm_MSCP_peckham.jpg|right|250px|thumb|view from multi-storey car park + Bussey building. (Picture: Ashley V on Yelp)]]
* '''Multi-storey car park/cinema site:''' Council ownership; Council still wants to sell for demolition and redevelopment for new commerce and housing in spite of the huge success of Bold Tendencies, Frank’s Café and the Peckham Plex cinema showing its potential as a permanent cultural centre. Local community groups and individuals led by Peckham Vision persuaded the Inspector at the [[Planning#Inspector.E2.80.99s_proposed_PNAAP_modifications_.26_the_creative_industries|PNAAP Public Hearings in July 2013]] that the Council needed to research the car park/cinema complex becoming a permanent cultural centre. The Inspector’s report with his final recommendations [[Planning#June_2014_Inspector.27s_report_published|is now published (June 2014)]] and recommends multi-storey car park to be removed from PNAAP designation for further research: [http://www.southwark.gov.uk/download/downloads/id/10443/final_inspectors_report see report pages 28-29, paragraphs 127 - 134.] [[Multi-Storey_Car_Park#Planning_status_of_the_Peckham_Multi_Storey|See here for the further developments in 2015.]]
In addition, [[Media:View fm MSCP peckham.jpg|'''the view]] from the top of the car park and from the top of the Bussey building''', which is a significant extra attraction for visitors to the central area of Rye Lane, is threatened. The Council is encouraging developers to build a 20 storey tall building as part of the redevelopment of the site which lies just to the north of the multi storey car park between Hanover Park and Peckham High Street. This is the Morrison’s/Aylesham Centre site. [http://www.southwark.gov.uk/download/downloads/id/8543/cd1_peckham_and_nunhead_aap See PNAAP pages 165 - 166.] Very few local people or businesses seem to know of this plan. The [http://www.change.org/p/protect-peckham-s-rooftop-view petition launched in August 2014] aims to remedy this, and seeks time for public discussion during the public consultations in the review of the future of the multi storey car park as recommended by the Planning Inspector [http://www.southwark.gov.uk/download/downloads/id/10443/final_inspectors_report see report pages 28-29, paragraphs 127 - 134.]
* '''Peckham Rye Station Gateway site:''' Network Rail ownership; this has been [[Peckham_Rye_Station_Gateway#Network_Rail_plans_reveal_total_demolition_18th_January_2014|threatened with total redevelopment]] of all the commercial buildings and uses around the rail station through Network Rail’s Gateway plans. These were [[Peckham_Rye_Station_Gateway#Letter_from_Network_Rail_to_Harriet_Harman_MP_9th_April_2014|put on hold for further detailed discussions]] from summer 2014 with the local community on what would be appropriate on the site.
* '''Bussey/Copeland site:''' in [http://copelandpark.com/ private ownership;] now more protected after the Council designation for a high security tram depot was defeated in 2009, the new Conservation Area was set up and includes the Bussey building, and the PNAAP (Council Plan) now encourages protection for cultural enterprises.
* '''Peckham Liberal Club:''' private ownership through membership (open to all at £20 annual fee). [http://www.peckhamliberalclub.org/ The Peckham Liberal Club] was planning to sell most of the land for commercial housing redevelopment. This was halted by local residents’ successful nomination of the buildings as
a community asset and also reviving the Club as a sought after venue for social and entertainment events.
===6th January 2014 PNAAP modifications consultation responses===