Published: Thursday, 7th February 2019
We’re currently in the process of developing an Urban Design and Public Realm Strategy for Woolwich town centre and we’re inviting you to share your views of our ideas.
Satellite view of Woolwich town centre
We’re currently in the process of developing an Urban Design and Public Realm Strategy for Woolwich town centre and we’re inviting you to share your views of our ideas at a workshop on Saturday 9 February 2019, from 1pm to 4pm at the former Barclays Bank on Woolwich New Road.
Cllr Sizwe James, Cabinet Member for Growth and Strategic Development, said: “The urban design and public realm strategy will help inform the development of Woolwich town centre over the next few years and one of the most important parts of this work, is ensuring we get the opinions and ideas of the local community.”
At the workshop we will present the ideas and concepts that have emerged from the work so far and request feedback from people in attendance, to ensure that the strategy reflects the needs and visions of the people who live, work and spend time in the town centre.
If you can’t make the event on Saturday 9 February 2019, information about the draft strategy will be displayed on boards placed in the windows of the former Barclays Bank building until Monday 25 February; you can send us your comments online. You can also attend drop-in sessions at Woolwich Library to share your views – these sessions will be held on Monday 11 February and Thursday 21 February 2019, from 11am to 3pm.
We would also like to remind you of the ongoing consultation on proposed plans to create a new conservation area in Woolwich town centre, the deadline for feedback is 1 March 2019.