CIL Southwark Projects for Rotherhithe and Surrey Docks update 08.01.2021
On Tuesday 8 December Southwark Council’s Cabinet met and among other matters, they discuss which Local CIL Projects to be funded. The projects recommended for funding (all chosen from ideas suggested by the public) are in the following 12 wards:
- Borough and Bankside
- Dulwich Wood
- London Bridge and West Bermondsey
- North Bermondsey
- North Walworth
- Nunhead and Queen’s Road
- Peckham Rye
- St George’s
- Surrey Quays
If your suggestion or favoured project is in one of these wards but isn’t included in the report it means it hasn’t been recommended for funding.
However, it’s still possible that your project could be funded from a different council budget (such as the Cleaner, Greener, Safer fund) or from a future round of Local CIL funding.
Projects recommended for funding from the remaining 11 wards will go to Cabinet for a decision on 19 January 2021.
Allocation of local CIL Southwark
To approve the Community Investment Plans for Borough and Bankside, Chaucer, London Bridge and West Bermondsey, North Bermondsey, North Walworth, Nunhead and Queen’s Road, Peckham Rye, Rotherhithe, St George’s, and Surrey Quays.
- That the Community Investment Plans for Borough and Bankside, Chaucer, Dulwich Wood, London Bridge and West Bermondsey, North Bermondsey, North Walworth, Nunhead and Queen’s Road, Peckham, Peckham Rye, Rotherhithe, St George’s, and Surrey Quays be approved
- That it be noted that a follow up report with all remaining wards will be submitted to cabinet in January 2021 including Camberwell Green, Champion Hill, Dulwich Hill, Dulwich Village, Faraday, Goose Green Newington, Old Kent Road, Peckham, Rye Lane, South Bermondsey, and St Giles.
- That it be noted that a further report will be submitted to cabinet within 6 months to reflect on lessons learned from the process to develop Community Investment Plans with recommendations for the future.
- That the following amendment for the Rotherhithe priority for Albion Street be agreed:
- Creating a new pedestrian route to/from Canada Watertown centre (Albatross Way) to/from Albion Street, with wayfinding interventions to strengthen and highlight the route. Supporting documents:
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