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Peckham Vision 's focus is community and civic engagement in matters affecting Peckham town centre, and related matters affecting London SE15 more widely. We are a resident-led local citizens' association of individuals who live, work or run a business in Peckham. Its The vision is to support develop an integrated approach to [[Peckham_Town_Centre|Peckham town centre]] as essential to a thriving and sustainable social and commercial centre, and to contribute to Peckham being a good place for all in which to live, work and visit. The objects of the Group are to:
* '''''Promote and encourage citizen action''''' to help Peckham town centre to become an integrated and resilient place and links past, present and future for the benefit of all who live and work there.
* '''''Create and nurture ways of connecting people''''' in Peckham who share enthusiasm and desire to help develop and realise the potential of Peckham, and to make the lessons available beyond Peckham.<BR>
More information:
* [ Peckham Vision's role.]
* [ Peckham Vision and a history of Copeland Park]
* [ Introducing Peckham Vision - 11 minute video by George Okello]
[[Image:Rye Lane Station 1880.jpg|right|204px|in front of station c. 1880]]
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* October 2015: '''[ Launch of Ordinary Streets film]''' - a short film based on an ethnographic and visual exploration of the spaces, economies and cultures of ‘street’... through the lens of Rye Lane in Peckham. Eileen Conn Peckham Vision contributes.
* July 2015: '''[ Video of talk by Eileen Conn at Just Space Conference on The London Plan and Building other ways of thinking about London's economy.]'''
* March 2016: '''[ News report: Peckham Vision and the Saviour of Copeland Park: Artefact]''' video 10 mins.
* 17th March 2017: [ Call for action for community development at CDNL (Community Development Network London)] How neighbourhood community planning action groups are part of community development work.
** [ London Live TV News]
** [ George Okello vlog including Peckham Vision stall] (3 minutes into clip)
* 2019 [ Peckham Vision and Peckham Heritage working together] (10 min clip)
* August 2020 - 3 short videos about Peckham Vision by George Okello:
** [ Introducing Peckham Vision]
** [ Peckham Vision - an answer to gentrification]
** [ Democracy in the hands of the people]
* October 2020 - [ Deputation to Southwark Council Cabinet on Planning White Paper] 35 mins in to 47 mins.
* March 2020 [ in BBC Sounds podcast Gina's Game Changers 9-10 minutes in.]
====Media reports relating to Peckham Vision's work====
* Feb 2007 Peckham Vision's forecast of Peckham's Cultural Quarter in Time Out ---------------------------->>>>>>>>>>>>
* August 2012 [ Peckham Vision town centre exhibition in Old Waiting Room]
* December 2012 [[Media:Coming_of_Overground_peckham_article_Dec_2012.jpg|coming of the Overground]]
* 4th December 2014 [ The new community: How records are shaping local culture in South East London]
* August 2018 [ Mapping Peckham in South London Gallery Journal blog: contribution from 'Eileen Conn, Founder and Coordinator of Peckham Vision']
* July 2019 [ Defending her area against the soulless and the expensive - Peckham Vision's Eileen Conn is a hero of localism]
* September 2019 [ Extract from page 25 in the 2019 Annual Report of Centre for London*] Our Developing Trust conference was a highly participatory event which encouraged honest, open discussion. It attracted over 235 delegates and 25 speakers, including Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor for Planning, Regeneration and Skills, Eileen Conn, Founder and Co-ordinator, Peckham Vision, Cllr Ravi Govindia, Leader, London Borough of Wandsworth, and Toby Lloyd, Special Adviser, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street. (*Centre for London is ‘London’s think tank. Our mission is to develop new solutions to London’s critical challenges and advocate for a fair and prosperous global city. We are a politically independent charity. We help national and London policymakers think beyond the next election and plan for the future.)'
'''''Previous media reports on Peckham Vision work are currently being collated.'''''
====Media Interviews====
* September 2011 [ SNIPE London]* Spring/Summer 2012 [[Media:Boat_mag_-_Eileen_Conn_interview.pdf|Boat Magazine]]* August 2017 [ Peckham Perspectives - Peckham Levels]* September 2017 [ Peckham Festival]* October 2018 [[Media:My_London_Story.pdf|My London Story. pdf from Time Out]] From [ Time Out weblink.]
* January 2019 [[Media:PP_10-11_Eileen_Conn.pdf|Peckham Peculiar]]
* December 2019 to be uploaded - interview in New London Quarterly
* January 2020 [ Peckham Vision and a history of Copeland Park] Copeland Park blog
* May 2020 [[ comment on co-design in The Planner]]