* '''"Secret hall beyond Platform 3 holds key to Peckham's future?"''' <br>
''"A waiting room left hidden on platform three of Rye Lane Station could be the key to unlocking future investment in Peckham..."'' A double page article in Southwark News 9 June 2010, looks at the role of the hidden historic gems in the town centre in attracting new commercial investment. ''"Like something out of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter, this enormous space opened as a waiting room in 1865 and was turned into a billiards hall in 1890 until it closed in 1960. Forgotten, over the years this space was left to fall into disrepair. It has only recently been opened to the public (albeit briefly), but for those wanting to attract future investment into Peckham town centre the space represents a way forward.'' [http://www.southwarkweekender.co.uk/home/business/00,news,19758,11009,00.htm Read the article.]
* '''Peckham Vision - "an important force for change'
In an article in August 2010, the Architects Journal "...juxtaposes a top-down development in Elephant and Castle with ground-up localism in Peckham". It says: ''Localism can, and does, improve the quality of the built environment by enabling professional skills and community ideas to coalesce. For example, Peckham Vision, a consortium of residents, artists, businesses and The Peckham Society, campaigns for a renewed Peckham town centre. The consortium is an important force for change...'' [[Media:29_July_2010_Architects'_Journal_Peckham_Vision_&_localism.pdf|Read More]]