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Looking for a new way to get the word out about your business? Join us as a guest on our monthly podcast, Views from the 'Loo, produced by the team at Morley College London, and featured on Morley Radio.    Our first two episodes feature local businesses that have a tie-in to Waterloo Food Fortnight. Big thanks to Kiki Evans from Unwined in...
Swimming by artist Diana Burch officially opened on Monday 24 June and is currently in situ on Lower Marsh Plaza
WeAreWaterloo and the Young Vic theatre worked in partnership to commission artist Diana Burch to create a structure aimed at raising awarness of the damage caused to our comunity by single use plastics. The art piece's offical launch coincides with Waterloo Food Fortnight, and the installation of our #OneLess...
Six new shop opportunities are available now in a new mixed-use scheme at 100-108 Lower Marsh
WeAreWaterloo are in conversation with the developers of the upcoming retail units within 100-108 Lower Marsh, who are currently looking for prospective tenants within these spaces. The retail units range from 754 sq ft to 1,371 sq ft over the ground and basement levels of a new 66 bedroom hotel. All units have permission for A1 use...
Do you remember the first time?
Jarvis Cocker does and you can too with our epic Food Fortnight 19 Mixtape on Spotify. Have we left out your favourite? Don’t look back in anger. Share your 90s anthem with @WeAreWaterlooUK on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram by 13:00 on Thu 20 June. You might win one of these off-the-hook prizes:   - A famous Ostrich Egg Breakfast for four to six...
The partnership meetings, run by WeAreWaterloo, Lambeth Met Licensing and Safer Lambeth will be held on the first Thursday of every month at The Horse and Stables, 3pm.
On Thursday 6 June, WeAreWaterloo held the first security meeting and saw a wide variety of businesses attend, ranging from large hotels, pubs and bars. The meeting was both productive and informative, covering all the latest officer intelligence, crime reports...
Lower Marsh-based business, Lucky 23 (soon-to-be YoYoPop) bring colour to our Greenways project with a new mural
Whether you're commuting, or simply taking a stroll around the BID area, be sure to swing by our new mural. Inspired by the local area, nature and the theme of Greenways, the stylish new addition is a sight not to be missed. The mural itself was designed and created by a local graphic design company, ...
The Waterloo Festival is an annual celebration of the arts, based in and around St John's Waterloo.
The Waterloo Festival is an annual festival that involves art, talks, music, word and drama based at St John's Church, Waterloo. It is a colourful celebration of all that Waterloo, the dynamic and artistic heart of London, has to offer. This year's theme is 'Transforming Being' and is open to everyone, particularly those who...
Would you like to get more actively involved in the BID, or indeed learn more about our aims and objectives?
We Are Waterloo is focused on creating a safer and more pleasant trading environment for businesses. We actively promote Waterloo as an area that attracts visitors, whilst maintaining its individuality and unique character. For Waterloo-based businesses wishing to support us in our efforts, there are various ways to get...
Our Business Plan for 2019/20 is now available to view
We are pleased to announce our Business Plan is online and available for all to view.  Download is available below. 
Grow all things edible at our new bi-monthly gardening club, led by Meanwhile Club
To celebrate the start of spring, WeAreWaterloo, Lower Marsh Market and Meanwhile Club are launching their very own gardening club: Edible Lower Marsh. With a start date of Thursday 9 May, the lunchtime club will meet twice a month from 12-2pm on Lower Marsh (exact dates TBA very soon) and these FREE sessions are aimed at those who...
Thanks to our involvement on The BID Foundation Council, our Chief Executive, Natalie Raben, was recently invited to Barcelona, Spain to present on a BID-focused panel during the annual event Setmana del Comerç (Trade Week)
As Catalonia gears up for introducing legislation surrounding BID-like organizations, they are looking to European partners to learn more on best practices. WeAreWaterloo was thrilled to have this...
Tackling the all-important issue of sustainability, PowWow Waterloo's first debate: 'The Last Straw: Trash Talk' encouraged interesting discussion at the Young Vic theatre
WeAreWaterloo want Waterloo to become the safe space to have challenging, and affordable, conversations. From anti-diet, to sustainability, to every day sexism & a whole lot more; jump the train to Waterloo and open your mind to a different way of thinking…...
Our Greenways project kicked off with a fabulous community planting day on Secker Street
On 27 March, WeAreWaterloo staff joined up with Groundwork to host a community planting day on Secker Street. This is the first phase of our Greenways Project, a project that the BID has been able to action thanks to receiving a grant of £20,000 from the Greener City Fund. As part of the project, WeAreWaterloo will erect a 40m2 mural onto the...
WeAreWaterloo want Waterloo to become *the* safe space to have challenging conversations. From anti-diet, to sustainability, to every day sexism & a whole lot more; jump the train to Waterloo and open your mind to a different way of thinking…
Earlier this month, Pinterest reported that searches for ‘sustainable living for beginners’ were up 265% from last year. With more and more studies pointing to a growing consumer interest in...
Introducing your BID team!
Now 2019 is well and truly upon us, we want to take this opportunity to re-introduce you to the WeAreWaterloo team. (From L-R) Name: Lina Valle Company Role: BID Support Officer Describe your job in three words: Data, numbers, traders What's the coolest thing you're working on right now: Working on a new formula for a database What did you want to grow up to be when you were a child...

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