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[[Image:09.10.28_RLSAG_DSCF1657_redcd.jpg|left|200px|thumb|RLSAG 28th October 2009]]
 
[[Image:09.10.28_RLSAG_DSCF1657_redcd.jpg|left|200px|thumb|RLSAG 28th October 2009]]

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Introduction

RLSAG 28th October 2009

The Peckham Town Centre Forum emerged from the October 2009 meeting [link to minutes] of the Rye Lane & Station Action Group, in the CLF Art Cafe in the Bussey building [see picture] in the heart of the Copeland Cultural Quarter. As well as an update from Southern Rail on plans for improving the station accessibility, Peckham Vision and the Council Planning Policy officers presented ther respective ideas about the town centre and the revitalisation process. In the discussions, there was a lot of energy to find ways for the dialogue on revitalisation to be a continuing one instead of stop and start at occasional meetings. This would enable those, who have enthusiasm and energy, to get together to share ideas and take actions.

Forum meetings

PTC Forum 18th March 2010

Since then there have been several well attended meetings in the CLF Art Cafe in the Bussey building. They have confirmed the well of enthusiam and energy and ideas waiting to be tapped for town centre revitalisation. Open Space and other participative processes are used to encourage the development of ideas, networking and the nurturing of contacts for self-initiated actions.

  • The next date is 13th July 2010
  • 22nd April 2010
  • 18th March 2010
  • 23rd February 2010
  • 16th December 2009

For the details from each including the minutes read more

Emerging themes

  • creativity, entrepreneurship & commercial regeneration
  • local energy and food production
  • town centre physical fabric revitalisation
  • how it all relates to health & well being (linking to New Peckham Experiment, and following up the stimulating seminar held on 22 April)

These will be further developed at the July 2010 meeting.