Rothsay Street facelift

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Sunday 14 March 2010 7.20pm
Just heard that Southwark Councillors have approved a 60,000 Cleaner, Greener, Safer Grant application made by the Jam Factory Residents' Assocation in conjunction with their local neighbourhood Residents Associations, Haddon Hall TMO and Decima Street TRA (Meakin Estate).

The 60,000 will be added to the 183,000 Jam Factory Section 106 funding for improvements to Rothsay Street - bringing the current funding package to 243,000.

In making their decision, the Councillors praised the combined efforts of three residents associations working together to put together a joint application.

Nice example of local co-operation. Looking forward to what's apparently going to be a smartened-up link between TBR and London Bridge Station. I think there's a presentation of the plans happening somewhere this week - not sure where, though.

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Sunday 14 March 2010 7.28pm
The meeting is on Wednesday at Decima Street TRA Hall:

http://www.london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/8674

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Sunday 14 March 2010 10.23pm
Thanks, James. Knew this site would have the answer :)
What with this and the Rockingham allotments initiative it's clear there's currently plenty of get up and go in this neighbourhood!
Thursday 18 March 2010 11.02am
missed this...anyone go? how did the design look?
Friday 19 March 2010 1.31am
There is a copy of the plans and a summary of the meeting at the Jam Factory website: http://www.myjamfactory.com/

Over all I was very impressed.

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