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Canada-Water-Masteplan-Revision-May-2017Revised Canada Water Masterplan May 2017

From the 5th May 2017 British Land and the consultation team will be holding drop-in exhibitions of the emerging plans for the Canada Water Masterplan. This follows a review over the past year where the consultation team has been developing understanding of, and looking at alternative approaches for, some of the key issues raised.

The revised plans will be on display for community feedback and will include an interactive model. British Land and the project team will be on hand to discuss the scheme with you and answer any questions. 

They team will be glad to hear your views, which will help them to inform the proposals before the more detailed design begins.

You can read the full event details  below using the PDF reade r online or download it  here

Please pass this onto any neighbours, friends and colleagues who you think might be interested, or they can contact us to be added to the mailing list on

  • 020 7729 1705.
  • Soundings, 148 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3AT

You can also keep up to date on the website and through Twitter and Facebook:

  www.canadawatermasterplan.com  @CWmasterplan  CanadaWaterMasterplan  Click to fill in survey

Main exhibitions dates

Friday 5 May | 11am-5pm
Saturday 6 May | 10am-4pm
Monday 8 May | 4pm-8pm
Tuesday 9 May | 4pm-8pm
Saturday 13 May | 10am-4pm

Venue: CWM Hub, opposite Tesco at Surrey Quays Shopping Centre, SE16 7LL  

Local mini-exhibitions

The team will also be taking a mini version of the exhibition out to local centres, please join us.

Wednesday 17 May | 5.30pm–8pm
SilverLock Hall
Warndon Street
SE16 2SB
Thursday 18 May | 5.30pm–8pm
Mayflower Hall
31 Neptune Street
SE16 7JP

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The Canada Water Masterplan

This information was valid as published on WISE16 on Nov 29th 2016

Since March 2014, there has been an on going community consultation process to look at the future of the Canada Water Masterplan area. This includes redevelopment of the SE16 Printworks Site (formerly known as Harmsworth Quays), the Surrey Quays Shopping Centre Site and most recently the Surrey Quays Leisure Park Site. Please click here for a plan of the three areas.

British Land is working with Southwark Council to bring forward a mixed use development for the Canada Water Masterplan, as part of a new town centre for the area. Allies & Morrison are the masterplanners and have been developing initial ideas, informed at every stage by the input and feedback from the community consultation process.

Background

SE16 Printworks Site

This site was vacated in September 2013 after the Daily Mail General Trust (DMGT) decided to move their operation to Essex. British Land have purchased DMGT’s interest of the site and have been working with Southwark Council, as a part freeholder, to bring forward redevelopment proposals for a mixed use scheme.

Canada Water Masterplan

Surrey Quays Shopping Centre Site

As owner of the shopping centre site British Land included it as part of the masterplan following the first stage of consultation; where there was strong feedback to have a joined-up approach to the area – including improved connections with the shopping centre and an improved retail and leisure offer that makes more of the water-setting.

There is an existing planning permission to extend the shopping centre, however it is now felt that the opportunity exists for a more ambitious redevelopment of the site, which will help create a new Town Centre for Canada Water; including a vibrant retail and leisure district reinforcing and building upon the existing thriving community atmosphere.

Surrey Quays Leisure Park Site

The Draft Masterplan principles consultation, held in December 2014, included an indicative vision for this site to help inform a joined-up approach to the area, although at this time the site was outside of British Land’s ownership. In March 2015, British Land acquired the freehold of the Surrey Quays Leisure Park site from Aviva Investors, so it can now be fully considered as part of the Canada Water Masterplan area. Please visit the Latest News page for more details on the recent Reserved Matters application.

Project context

The area between Canada Water and Surrey Quays is a significant area of change with a number of other developments coming forward. It is identified in Southwark Council’s Area Action Plan as an important opportunity to contribute to the creation of a more successful and pedestrian-friendly town centre. The Further Alterations to the London Plan also identifies the area a new Opportunity Area.

The design and consultation will need to consider community aspirations, feedback and key issues alongside this planning context. You can find an overview of the different sites and Area Action Plan in the introductory flip-book.




Consultation to date

Between March and May 2014 we held the first stage of consultation, to consider the Printworks site in the changing context, discuss what’s important to consider and how design principles could be approached – all prior to plans being developed.

July 2014 saw an additional stage of consultation to discuss inclusion of the shopping centre and further inform development of the initial draft masterplan principles; these were then exhibited in December 2014 for community review.

In March 2015 British Land purchased the freehold of the Surrey Quays Leisure Park Site and following a period of review are developing a joined-up approach to all three areas, collectively known as the Canada Water Masterplan.

In the second half of 2015, we held a series of ‘surgery style’ drop-in sessions for any questions on the project and an opportunity for those who haven’t had a chance to get involved so far. As well as a series of focus-sessions looking specifically at Canada Water Dock; the proposed green link between Russia Dock Woodland and Southwark Park; and high street between Surrey Quays and Canada Water stations. We also held two sessions to help explain and demystify the planning process.

Most recently, in February 2016 we held the Draft Masterplan exhibitions to share the emerging plans to help inform how they develop over the coming months – please click here for information on the Draft Masterplan.

All feedback is shared and discussed directly with British Land and the project to inform development of the masterplan. The report from the Draft Masterplan consultation is now available for community review and can be downloaded here.

 




Reports available locally

Outside of event times, if you would like to view hard copies of the consultation reports and introductory flip-book, they have been made available at the following locations. Please contact the venues directly to confirm availability / opening hours or arrange a time to visit.

Canada Water Library (available from reception on level 1, during Library opening hours)

Canada Water Masterplan Exhibition May 2017

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