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3 November 2013 BBC London TV report on Gateway project

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-24786785 - “A number of businesses have been told they may have to relocate under a £25m redevelopment plan for Peckham. Plans include transforming Peckham Rye Station and its surrounding area, creating a new square and encouraging cafes, bars and art shops to open. Southwark Council, which is working with the Greater London Authority and Network Rail on the project, says a business support team is in place to help those affected.”

24 September 2013 BBC TV London News

Warren Nettleford BBC reported on a visit to Rye Lane Peckham of the effects of rising property prices - "Gentrification 'distorting' Peckham". The news item raised the questions whether this was gentrification and was it good or bad for Peckham. Peckham Vision was amongst those interviewed.

July + August 2013 Peckham town centre + Peckham Vision get good publicity Evening Standard

12 December 2012 VIPs visit the historic restoration work - Evening Standard

On the 12th December Harriet Harman the local Peckham MP, accompanied by MPs Tristram Hunt and Dan Jarvis, and transport expert Christian Wolmar, visited the station to see the restoration work, and talk with Peckham Vision - see pictures. They applauded the work and pledged their support for the community's continuing work. See Evening Standard article by Tristram Hunt.

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20 August 2009 Peckham challenging Hoxton for art – Evening Standard

http://www.standard.co.uk/arts/peckham-challenging-hoxton-for-art-6716259.html TIM BURROWS When Tracey Emin and Sarah Lucas opened The Shop in 1993 in what is now Redchurch Street in E2, they probably didn't realise that they were leading the cultural shift that would hit its peak in 2000 with the arrival of Jay Jopling's Hoxton Square gallery and result in a decade of the East End's dominance over art, music, fashion and all things trendy. But 10 years is long enough and a Peckham collective of artists, writers and musicians called Off Modern think it's time to challenge that monopoly. … Everyone knows it's not easy to get people to cross the river and the thought behind the festival is to bring Peckham to complacent east Londoners. Any followers inspired by Off Modern's festival to explore SE15 at a later date will find the current focal point of the Peckham scene is not a shop, but a café. Behind a defunct Woolworths, on top of a neglected 10-storey car park and multiplex set back from the main drag of Rye Lane, is Frank's Café and Campari Bar. Designed by Paloma Gormley (daughter of Antony) and Lettice Drake, the visitor-friendly pop-up café-bar is actually one of the exhibits in Hannah Barry Gallery's Bold Tendencies III show…

8 Jul 2008 Peckham's art scene under tram threat – Time Out

http://www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do/peckhams-art-scene-under-tram-threat-1 The thriving south London arts scene faces an uncertain future after the TFL's proposals for the Cross River Tram Link. Big Smoke investigates by Rebecca Taylor