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1606, 2016

Brunel for the Twenty-First Century

By |June 16th, 2016|Categories: All, Art and Culture, Heritage, Magazine, Transport|0 Comments

The Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe has been given a make-over. With an investment of £176,000, the museum can now host 120 people in its new accessible display space, the Grand Entrance Hall. A pre-fabricated staircase [...]

2805, 2016

Roger Madelin – Head of Canada Water

By |May 28th, 2016|Categories: All, People, Planning, Transport|0 Comments

Roger Madelin Roger Madelin is a man with experience in development. Few can match his career achievements in the development of large mixed-use schemes first as a part of Argent from 1987 - [...]

1505, 2016

Warships, East Indiamen and Clippers – Rotherhithe’s shipbuilding past

By |May 15th, 2016|Categories: All, Heritage, Magazine, Transport|0 Comments

Today's guest author is Andie Byrnes local resident and historian who regularly writes about Rotherhithe's history on her site A Rotherhithe Blog. Here she takes us on a shipbuilding tour of ship-building and breaking in SE16. [...]

2104, 2016

A New Bridge for Rotherhithe

By |April 21st, 2016|Categories: All, Art and Culture, Planning, Transport|0 Comments

“We know there will be a new bridge across the Thames between Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf,” says Nik Randall of reForm Architects. “The question is what design will be chosen, how long it will take [...]

1810, 2015

Planning Update

By |October 18th, 2015|Categories: All, Heritage, Planning, Transport|0 Comments

SE16 is faced with an extraordinary number of development sites at present. Each one has it’s own group of interested parties but the overview is sometimes hard to maintain. Here we have brought together a [...]

2209, 2015

Simple Steps to a Healthier You

By |September 22nd, 2015|Categories: All, Sport & fitness, Transport|1 Comment

Walking comes free and for most people is a simple matter of putting one foot in front of another. However in urban London we are also getting less likely to walk far. SE16 is a [...]