We need your thoughts on West Norwood and Tulse Hill – what you love about it and what should be improved. You might live here, work here or come to shop or socialise. Whatever your connection, we want your opinion. Many changes and improvements have happened since the 2009 Masterplan and we want you to work with us and build on that further. Our interactive map is designed to continue the conversation. Your comments will help us and our partners to create a vision for the area that best reflects your needs and will also help us plan for future improvements and investment.
Visioning West Norwood and Tulse Hill
The Visioning West Norwood and Tulse Hill project will see a programme of information gathering and master planning being developed for the local area over the next nine month period. The project will help to outline the vision for the area, identify local community priorities and highlight opportunities for development and investment in the area.
The Visioning West Norwood and Tulse Hill project consists of four strands:
- An Economic Vision for the area
- A health check for the Key Industrial Business Area (KIBA)
- A refresh of the 2009 Masterplan
- The production of a Co-operative Local Investment Plan (CLIP).
We are working with Regeneris Consulting Ltd alongside a suite of specialist consultants, including Aspinall Verdi, Urban Flow and BDP Ltd, all offering technical knowledge and skills to guide the various project strands. Consultation runs through the centre of this project and your responses will provide valuable information for us to use in the documents. Common Place are specialists in consultation methods and we are very excited to be working with them on this project.
In order to inform the project we need to gather your views, thoughts and feelings about West Norwood and Tulse Hill. We have developed an interactive map with CommonPlace which allows residents, business owners and visitors to log on, view previous comments and drop a pin in an area they wish to make a comment about whether positive or negative, we want to know.
Our CommonPlace tool is now live. You can see previous comments and add your own thoughts on the West Norwood and Tulse Hill pages below.
Please follow the link to the West Norwood and Tulse Hill CommonPlace pages, where you can view the conversation and add your comments to the interactive online map hosting this consultation
Please note we will be hosting public events, workshops and exhibitions during the Spring and Summer 2016 to discuss people’s views, issues raised, suggested solutions and what people want for their community and neighbourhood. Details of these workshops and events have now been confirmed. For more information please find the consutlation documents below for a full list of events and venues.