Regular public meeting of the group that monitors planning and development issues in Waterloo.
Hear from the developers and help to shape the community's response.
Developer Linden Homes wants to demolish St George's Mansions and the Imbibe pub on Blackfriars Road and build a 27 storey tower to provide 206 homes, including affordable housing, between Pocock Street and Surrey Row which could also be entirely re-landscaped. But is this too tall? As an alternative they propose a 15 storey building providing 123 flats but with little ground floor open space. Which would you prefer? Make your choice.
Queen Elizabeth Hall and Hayward Gallery
The government recently rejected English Heritage advice and refused listing of the QEH and Hayward Gallery for the fourth time in 20 years. The Southbank Centre has now appointed Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios as lead architect for the refurbishment of the complex.
Hear from Southbank Centre boss Alan Bishop and architects and have your say.
For the latest local news and events direct to your inbox every Monday, you need our weekly email newsletter SE1 Direct.