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Thursday 21 September 2017 10.54am
Dear SE1 Forum,

Team London Bridge, STAMP (Shad Thames Area Management Partnership) and BSAP (Bermondsey Street Area Partnership) are working together to find out what Placemarks local people think define the character of our areas.

We want to ensure that the unique charm and identity of these places is understood, celebrated and protected by mapping local Placemarks. They can be views, buildings, open spaces, trees, public art, street furniture, rights of way, signs, names and many other things. Contributions so far have been varied, with a number highlighting the Victorian railway arches, historic architecture on Bermondsey Street and the much loved Jacob the Dray Horse outside The Circle on Queen Elizabeth Street.

The information collected will be used by each of the three organisations in their work to improve, promote and make informed recommendations about the future of these areas. This research will help develop real insight into how people perceive aspects of the area, their priorities and how they enjoy its many facets.

If you have some Placemarks to add in London Bridge, Shad Thames or Old Bermondsey and a few minutes to spare, you can click here to place your marker on the map and leave your comment. All contributions are much appreciated and please do share the link www.londonbridgeplaces.uk with friends, colleagues and neighbours.

Thanks for your support.

Don Campbell
Team London Bridge

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