‘KNOCK’D ‘EM IN THE OLD KENT ROAD.’ AN EVENT TO MAKE VISIBLE THE DIVERSITY AND RICHNESS OF COMMUNITIES IN THE OLD KENT ROAD, AND QUESTION HOW THESE WILL BE AFFECTED BY IMMINENT ‘REGENERATION’. TheCONTINUE READING
knock’d ‘em in the Old Kent Road 28 June 19:00 – 21:00 Asylum, Asylum Road, Caroline Gardens, SE15 2SQ (off Old Kent Road) The Old Kent Road is often referred to as the cheapest streetCONTINUE READING
South London Gallery are to come along to the Peckham Weeklies meeting on Tuesday 5 April 2016. As with all our events, this is open to everybody, so please do come along and spread theCONTINUE READING
Our regular meeting for Tuesday 22 March 2016 will take place at: The Lord Nelson, 386 Old Kent Road, SE1 5AA The Peckham weeklies are currently preparing an event for the London Festival of ArchitectureCONTINUE READING
Current London planning doctrine seems to view high streets with light industrial space situated alongside an abundance of diverse, locally-grown, non-national-brand businesses as ‘market failures’. Both academic research and feedback from Peckham’s business owners andCONTINUE READING
There are currently nearly 30 sites around central Peckham – shops, squares, car parks, garages, cafes and forecourts – that have been designated as ripe for development in a map released by Southwark Council inCONTINUE READING
9th June 2015 London Festival of Architecture 2015 event, Safehouse, Peckham This peckham weeklies event at the Safehouse in Peckham was organised as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2015. It explored why nowCONTINUE READING
After a break for the holidays, the Peckham Weeklies meetings are set to begin again on Tuesday 5 January 2016. Hope to see you there!
Our regular Tuesday evening meetings are now over for the remainder of 2015. We look forward to seeing everybody again in January 2016. Happy holidays!