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Southwark responds to Burgess Park complaints

Southwark responds to Burgess Park complaints

Southwark Council caused something of a storm with its proposals to redevelop Burgess Park. Well, it’s done some listening at least, and has now listed the changes it’s going to make to the proposals. These are the elements of the redevelopment plan that Southwark proposes to change: Readjusting the landscaping, in order to preserve wildlife Leaving [...]

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Any movement on Burgess Park proposals

Any movement on Burgess Park proposals

Is Southwark shifting slightly on its plans for Burgess Park, following the vociferous criticism of the plan in some quarters? Well, yesterday they said this: We’re already making changes to the plans for the regeneration of Burgess Park following feedback from residents and can do so up until the plan is agreed. The Parks team [...]

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Burgess Park redevelopment opposition grows

Burgess Park redevelopment opposition grows

It seems that opposition to the wholesale top-down redevelopment of Burgess Park is growing, judging by People’s Republic of Southwark’s report of last night’s stakeholders meeting. Broadly, the council’s announced plans for a wholesale redevelopment of the park have raised the ire of many, with those in opposition arguing that a great deal of recent [...]

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Burgess Park illustraton from the 2010 development plan

Call to arms on Burgess Park proposals

CamberwellOnline Blog is issuing a passionate call to arms: save Burgess Park from Southwark’s plans for redevelopment: LDA architects and the current council proposals are classic 1960’s style bulldoze and start again disposable landscape school of architecture. The financial, ecological and community investment that is proposed to be destroyed will be painful to the thousands [...]

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