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Make your vote count and a reminder on the benefits of voting YES. Deadline to return ballot papers is 29 September.

S2S wins Design Council funding for a project to support the health & wellbeing of members

We are pleased to announce that Station to Station Business Improvement District has received funding to work with West Norwood and Tulse Hill’s local businesses and communities to reimagine how businesses can prioritise health and wellbeing. We were chosen by Design Council amongst six other organisations – which also include local West Norwood businesses Arriva …

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Claim your road works compensation!

This is a service that has already been successfully used by a number of Station to Station members.  Sue is a local business owner based on Crown Point and understands from personal experience the losses that businesses have gone through. The company she works with have already been successful in claiming back business disruption compensation …

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Economic Resilience Fund – Phase Two  

Lambeth’s Economic Resilience Fund – Phase Two   Lambeth Council have announced the launch of Phase 2 of their Economic Resilience Fund to support businesses who continue to be most severely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, as the economy begins to reopen.   Who can apply for grant funding?  The second phase of Lambeth’s Economic Resilience Fund will …

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Reopening Safely

For all those businesses reopening from 12 April, the rules stay more or less the same as when you were open before. Staff and customers must wear masks or be behind screens (apart from when eating or drinking), customers must keep to the 2m social distancing rules (apart from when having close personal services like …

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Economic Resilience Fund

Lambeth have now launched the details of their Economic Resilience Fund. The first phase of Lambeth’s Economic Resilience Fund will target culture and creative industries, independent hospitality and their supply chains, market traders and concession-based businesses and those based in shared workspaces. The council are making £3.2 million available in this first phase to provide …

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Thames Water update Feb 2020

Thames Water to close Landsdowne Hill for two weekends: 29 February, 1 March, 7 March and 8 March 2020 This is to allow installation of pipes across the junction between Landsdowne Hill and Norwood Road. More details here.

Thames Water phase & Christmas update

Thames Water have now laid around half of the new water pipe on Norwood Road. Due to challenging ground conditions and the presence of other utilities such as electricity cables, they have had to make some changes to the order in which we will continue the works.