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Council are in the midst of developing their planning policies for Peckham town centre. They have completed the [[UDP|Unitary Development Plan (UDP)]] for the borough' s land use, and this includes a statement about certain commercial areas, including Peckham town centre. The next stage is the development of the [[PAAP|PAAP (the Peckham Area Action Plan) ]]. The Council originally said that this would begin in February 2007, and then several dates subsequently. But it has now finally begun in March 2008 by the release of Future Peckham - a ‘vision paper’ and the PAAP Consultation Strategy - for public comment between 14 March 2008 and 25 April 2008. This will be followed in May by an ‘Issues and Options’ paper for consultation between May and July. |+|
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Latest revision as of 23:20, 23 December 2009
- Transforming Central Rye Lane
The land and buildings between Rye Lane and Copeland Road are a thriving mixed area of artists' studios, art galleries, a variety of small businesses, retail and creative industry, housing, faith and other community uses. The area has the feel of an emerging Cultural Quarter. A major part of the land (including the Bussey building) is owned and operated by Copeland Industrial Park (CIP), and so the area and its immediate surrounds is becoming known as the Copeland Cultural Quarter (CCQ).
The draft Masterplan, see here, shows the location and extent of the Copeland Cultural Quarter and indicates the kind of mixed organic development there could be on this site:
- the gradual rehabilitation of the historic buildings integrated with new buildings, More...