A reminder of, and an invitation to, a special opportunity, this week on Saturday 19th July 2pm:
* catch up with the plans for the future of the area around central Rye Lane,
* take part in a live radio discussion about the cultural renaissance there.
It would be great to see you there. See details below.
From all at Peckham Vision
SPECIAL EVENT on SATURDAY 19th JULY 2pm:
Chronic Art Foundation with South City Radio (formerly Radio Peckham).
Venue: 3rd floor Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane entrance.
PUBLIC DEBATE about the future of this part of Peckham town centre and its role in cultural renaissance. Live on South City Radio's programme 'The Primer'.
The Peckham Futures exhibition, open 1pm - 5pm Saturday & Sunday:
plans, drawings, visions, ideas for exciting, sustainable regeneration in this heart of the town centre, focussing on the Bussey Building and surrounding area. This is the site mistakenly declared 'derelict' by TfL four years ago, to justify their decision to locate the proposed tram depot there. The site had already for years been nurturing new creative and small enterprises. This is now much more obvious as illustrated by the stream of cultural activities now being generated by those on the site.
Radio Preview: you can listen to a preview of the debate in the recent special edition of the monthly show 'The Primer' - which discusses the plans for the future of the area, and the role of the strategic site 63P and the Bussey Building in opening up the town centre.