News Archive - 2018

Council planners dismiss ‘caravan’ claim

A Peckham resident who claimed a first floor extension he was building out of wood was actually a ‘caravan’ has been told he will have to take it down and stop any further works.

Could you be a Southwark Scholar?

The Southwark Scholarship Scheme returns for 2018 to help more young people into higher education.

Southwark school scoops three national education awards

The City of London Academy in Southwark is proudly celebrating three prestigious award wins for academic achievement in Key Stage 4 and A-Levels.

New council building on Queens Road – facts and FAQs

Frequently asked questions and the facts relating to the new council building on Queens Road.

Victorian primary school brought into the 21st century to welcome new generation of pupils

Southwark Council, Morgan Sindall, Haverstock Architects, English Heritage and Belham Primary School have worked together to transform Grade II Listed Old Bellenden Primary school into the new, state of the art Belham Primary School site.

Southwark Council introduces UK’s first double Dutch roundabouts

Southwark Council is introducing the first double Dutch style, cyclist and pedestrian friendly roundabouts in the UK.

Work begins on Peckham Rye Station Square regeneration

Work has started behind the scenes to transform Peckham Rye Station Square from a dimly lit, narrow space into a generous and vibrant public square.

Grotty garages set to be transformed into 21st Century co-working space

Crumbling garages in Camberwell look set to be turned into a thriving, affordable office space for small and start up businesses.

The future is bright for new Bellenden Primary School

Bellenden Primary School has undergone a complete rebuild and offers students an exciting new environment in which to learn and grow.

Southwark wins £50K for new Creative Enterprise Zone

Southwark Council has been awarded £50,000 from the Greater London Authority to investigate a Creative Enterprise Zone (CEZ), designed to help build upon the cultural and creative heartlands across the capital.