Peckham Residents' Network

Welcome to this website, which displays messages posted on or emailed to people who live or work in Peckham, or have other interests in Peckham.

Monthly Archives: April 2011

London Bridge Station redevelopment plans announced

Email to Southwark Rail Users’ Group (SRUG)
From London SE1 Community Website  20 April 2011
Network Rail has revealed more details of its proposals to rebuild London Bridge Station by 2018. Click here for more information

When this work starts – at end 2012/beginning 2013 –  we will lose the South London Line (SLL) service between London Bridge and Victoria via Peckham Rye and Denmark Hill. This is because there will not be enough terminating platforms for the SLL to terminate there.  Read more of this post


Student urban design project: Sense of Peckham

Message from Peckham Vision

Over the last few years our work in promoting local ideas about revitalising Peckham town centre, and through our website at has drawn lots of students from different professions to use Peckham town centre as a case study. Below is some information about the student’s project which was displayed at the event in the Old Waiting Room on 31st March.
Message from Laura Jagota: Read more of this post

Census forms need to be completed

Please pass this message on to anyone you think may have difficulty in completing their Census forms. If they miss the workshop they can ring Gladys Medina, Southwark Refugee Project, Tel. 020 7703 4046  And a reminder to complete your own if still not done!
Message from Southwark Council: Read more of this post

Old Waiting Room comes back to life

Message from Peckham Vision

The Old Waiting Room above the ticket hall at Peckham Rye Station, hosted its first public event for many decades on 31st March. Until recently it was bricked up and unused. Now it has been partially restored through local residents’ initiatives with support from the Peckham Society and Peckham Vision, and small grants from the Council’s Cleaner, Greener, Safer scheme. Over 120 people turned up to an inspiring meeting. There were fascinating presentations of some of  the research into the important historical Read more of this post