As plans continue to be developed for the New Town Hall and council office sites along Brixton Hill, local residents are being invited to consultation meetings later this month to further consider ideas for the new buildings.
Reports on local blogs mistakenly suggested that the historic (and iconic) Electric Brixton on Town Hall Parade would now form part of the development. Brixton Blog has now corrected this and the Council has confirmed that there are no plans for the site. The neighbouring building currently housing the Fridge Bar has always been part of the redevelopment proposals alongside Hambrook House, Olive Morris House and council buildings on Buckner Road.
These meetings below are specifically concerned with the named sites and designed for those living nearby so that their legitimate concerns as neighbours of the proposed new buildings can be heard. There will be further (and better informed) opportunities for all Lambeth residents, businesses and visitors to raise other questions and concerns.
Residents’ meeting for residents neighbouring Olive Morris House:
Tuesday 11 November, 7pm-9pm, Room 125 at the Town Hall
Residents’ meeting for residents of Porden Road and Acre Lane:
Wednesday 12 November, 7pm-9pm, Room 125 at the Town Hall
Residents’ meeting for residents of Arlington Lodge:
Thursday 13 November, 7pm-9pm, Council Ante-Chamber at the Town Hall