The following Placemaking Spotlight is taken directly from our recently published Placemaking Strategy. This is the first of a series of spotlights which will focus on our plans for the various subdistricts of Waterloo. They provide readers with an introductory overview of the area, alongside any progress we have made implementing the strategy.
The Roupell Street Area, named after the conservation area in which it sits, is home to some of London’s best-preserved streets. This means it is frequently used as a set for films and TV seeking a typically ‘London’ or ‘British’ aesthetic. Its exceptional character is markedly different to other areas of Waterloo – this is perhaps felt more keenly because it is visually and physically separated from the rest of Waterloo by the railway viaduct.
To find out more about our plans for the future of Waterloo – read the full Placemaking Strategy here.
Our Free Little Library is calling for some love! Through this 24-hour book exchange box, we aim to inspire readers and expand book access – but our Little Free Library is running low on books! If you have some books gathering dust on your shelves, drop them off at the Free Little Library. This book-sharing
We are pleased to announce that our friends over at Sustainable Ventures are here to help businesses and enterprises in Lambeth! The next round of the Lambeth Net Zero Innovation Challenge is starting now. In the Challenge, established businesses are matched with cutting-edge cleantech innovators who develop bespoke solutions to support sustainability objectives. Running for
We are super excited to welcome Roti King’s legendary roti canai to Waterloo! Originally a street food concept and renowned for its Malaysian cuisine, Roti King has gained incredible popularity and is set to open its third London restaurant on Lower Marsh. The tradition of crafting fresh roti daily continues, showcasing the process in the