Monthly Archives: September 2013

Community Buys Pub

At the weekend we visited the Ivy House pub in Nunhead – a pub which has been taken over by the local community. It was suddenly closed by its previous owners (a ‘pub-co’) and sold to a property developer who … Continue reading

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Why do we need Regeneration and what is it?

What is Regeneration (and why do we need it)? Places (and industries, and even people) can get into a downward spiral: the most able tend to leave these failing areas, and businesses and people as a whole don’t want to … Continue reading

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Convoys Wharf proposals- disappointing; depressing but actually irrelevant?

  This weekend we visited Convoys Wharf, in Deptford, which was open as part of the London 2012 Open House.     For those who don’t know, this was once the site of The Royal Dockyard, Deptford; then has had … Continue reading

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