Your views are important to us, and will help shape the future of this neighbourhood

On the plans

Feedback and comments were sought on our early thinking during October and November 2015. We reported on what we heard in Chapter Two of our engagement and consultation report. 

To further explore several of the key themes that emerged from this early process we held three discussion sessions in May and June 2016, which were focused on Heritage, Streets & Spaces, and Integration. We heard from a range of people who had many insightful and creative thoughts to share. You can download a summary of what was said in each of these sessions from our downloads page.

In March 2017 we updated on the emerging plans at a series of public drop-ins, and in June 2017 we shared our draft masterplan. We reported on what we heard in Chapter Three of our engagement and consultation report which you can access via our downloads page.

Following two years of consultation we shared our final proposed masterplan at three public drop-ins 5-7 October 2017. We will be reporting on everything we heard, in this phase and in previous phases, in our Statement of Community Involvement which will accompany the planning application we hope to submit at the end of October.

 

On the area

Grosvenor and The Blue Bermondsey Business Improvement District have joined forces to ask local residents and businesses for their views on the area's future.

Click on any location in the map below and tell us what you like, dislike or would like to see changed or improved:


Our approach to community engagement

We believe in ongoing dialogue with stakeholders and our local communities.
Our approach to community engagement means that we:

  • Establish a dialogue with community organisations, stakeholders and leaders from an early stage
  • Broker partnerships and working relationships with a wide range of community organisations to deliver projects of community benefit
  • Develop a phased approach to consultation that allows for feedback at every stage in the process
  • Hold public drop-ins and workshops that are open to all
  • Ensure that all feedback and responses from the community are reviewed and where possible fed into the development process
  • Involve local communities in long-term decisions and the management of community amenities


We believe in open, ongoing dialogue with stakeholders and our local communities

Our consultation on the former biscuit factory and campus sites is split into four key phases:

Phase 1 - Initial thinking

In October 2015 we introduced Grosvenor, our approach and initial thinking for a new part of this urban neighbourhood.
Click here to download Chapter Two of our engagement and consultation report, which sets out the feedback and comments we received on this emerging thinking.

Phase 1.1 - Discussion sessions

To further explore several of the key themes that emerged from this early phase we held three discussion sessions in May & June 2016. These were focused on Heritage, Streets & Spaces, and Integration.

Phase 2 - Masterplan update

In March 2017 we updated on the emerging plans at a series of public drop-ins. We reported on what we heard in Chapter Three of our engagement and consultation report. 

Phase 3 - Draft masterplan

We shared our proposed masterplan through a series of public events and briefings in June 2017. We reported on what we heard in Chapter Three of our engagement and consultation report.

Phase 4 - Final masterplan

We presented our final proposals in three public drop-ins 5-7 October 2017.

We will be reporting on everything we heard, in this phase and in previous phases, in our Statement of Community Involvement which will accompany the planning application we hope to submit at the end of October.

Consultation timeline

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