Southwark Council is determined to ensure regeneration in our borough works for everyone.
This means regeneration projects must reduce inequalities in health, housing, social and economic opportunity.
That’s why we’re drawing up a Social Regeneration Charter for Old Kent Road.
Now we want your help
To get us started, we’re holding three drop-in sessions at our new community space, 231 Old Kent Road from 14 to 16 August.
Join us at one of the sessions to find out about our early plans for the charter and to give us your feedback and ideas.
These drop-ins are just the first stage in involving Old Kent Road’s communities in the Social Regeneration Charter and there will be more opportunities to participate in future.
You can also share your thoughts online using the council’s consultation hub until 17 September.
A summary of the draft charter will go to the council’s Cabinet for approval later this year. This will be followed by further, more detailed community engagement and we hope to approve the final version of the charter in the autumn.
The drop-ins will be held at 231 Old Kent Road SE1 5LU on the following dates:
14 August: 10am-12pm
15 August: 2pm-4pm
16 August: 6pm-8pm
We look forward to seeing you!