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South Bank landowners team up to keep residents informed

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The South Bank Visitor Management Group has launched a new local information website for people living and working in the area between Lambeth Bridge and Oxo Tower Wharf.

South Bank landowners team up to keep residents informed
The Our South Bank website includes a handy estate map showing who owns and controls which bit of land and which street

The new website – Our South Bank – shows how the jigsaw of land onwnership and highway authorities fits together.

The website provides updates on issues relating to the public realm in the South Bank between St Thomas' Hospital and Oxo Tower Wharf.

It also provides a tool that allows visitors to report problems such as potholes, graffiti and fly-tipping.

The site also includes sections highlighting new developments, construction works, road closures and planning applications.

"Our new website is centered on a long-term commitment to improving the everyday experience of the South Bank for residents, employees and visitors, and it enhances our ability to communicate more effectively with all our stakeholders" said John Langley, director of external relationships and partnerships at the National Theatre and chair of the South Bank Visitor Management Group.

"We are committed to maintaining trusted relationships with our local community through our services and our new website is an example of our ongoing efforts."

The South Bank Visitor Management Group includes BFI Southbank, Coin Street Community Builders, County Hall, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, IBM, ITV, Jubilee Gardens Trust, King's College London, Lambeth Council, London & Continental Railways, London Duck Tours, London Eye, National Theatre, Network Rail, Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, Rambert, Shell and Southbank Centre.

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