*[[Peckham Town Centre]]
*[[Transforming Central Rye Lane]]
*[[Peckham Rye Station]]}}
Since then, much progress was made occasionally. The effectiveness of refuse collection in Rye Lane was improved considerably, and the area around the station cleaned up from time to time. But if there is not constant vigilance, improvements tend to fall back and the progress is not usually maintained.
RLSAG has however been able to keep bringing attention back to the issues and has in the meantime contributed significantly to the raising of awareness locally, in the Council and in the rail companies, of the potential for transforming the station and its environment as the major gateway into Peckham. This has gone hand in hand with the work of Peckham Vision which was created by the local community in 2006 to raise awareness of the potential of the very large site on the opposite side of Rye Lane between Bournemouth Road and Copeland Road. Peckham Vision developed a draft masterplan for Rye Lane Central for a longer term vision for transforming the station and its wider environment in central Rye Lane. All this work is however still very much work-in-progress in
2010. Now that the threat of major demolition, on the eastern side of Rye Lane opposite the station is over, local attention can now focus on the positive scope for improvements.
aim is that the newly emerging Peckham Town Centre Forum will provide a regular process to bring together all those with energy, enthusiasm and ideas to take forward the ideas for the town centre as a whole including Rye Lane Central. In the meantime the RLSAG can continue to provide a forum where necessary for matters specifically about the station, and cleaning up and improving the physical state of Rye Lane.
[[Image:09.10.28_RLSAG_DSCF1657_redcd.jpg|thumb|right|250px|RLSAG 28 October 2009]]
===11th Meeting 28th October 2009 Summary===
This was the Group's 5th anniversary. It was very well attended with over 60 present. The meeting reviewed the work on improving the interior and exterior of the station, and the plans for integrated developments on the east and west side of central Rye Lane. The meeting heard that English Heritage had delivered their detailed [http://research.english-heritage.org.uk/report/?14789 report on the historic buildings] in the town centre supporting the case for the Conservation Area; work was progressing steadily through the Peckham Society and RLSAG with the support of the Council on rehabilitating the station Old Billiard Hall; ideas for using the space were being developed, including creating a public restaurant and café there; and the rail industry now accepted that making the station fully accessible was a priority and plans were now being developed by Southern Rail.<br> There was little progress though on the ambitious plans for the station square and rear market courtyard. These depended on a positive change in the expectations of the property owners and developers in central Rye Lane showing confidence in the area by investment. The huge success in 2009 of Frank’s Café and the Hannah Barry Art Gallery in the multi storey car park showed some of the as-yet untapped potential. The presentations stimulated animated discussion and a strong demand for opportunities for continued dialogue leading to deeper analysis and effective actions. This gave rise to a meeting six weeks later, from which emerged the [http://www.peckhamvision.org/wiki/Peckham_Town_Centre_Forum Peckham Town Centre Forum.] see here for [http://www.peckhamvision.org/wiki/images/1/17/09_10_28_RLSAG_final_minutes.pdf full minutes]
[[Image:08.10.22_RLSAG_IMGP0953_redcd.jpg|thumb|right|250px|RLSAG 22 October 2008]]