Our high street has shown itself to be resilient, with lower vacancy levels, steady footfall and consistently higher spend in comparison to other areas within the borough.
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West Norwood and Tulse Hill are set for a £130,000 investment to create affordable workspace after securing funding from City Hall. This was made available under the High Streets for All Challenge to stimulate economic recovery and comes after almost two years of disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The West Norwood and Tulse Hill ‘Making High […]
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Recruiting staff right now is hard. This blog, written by Station to Station business Co-Accounting, was so useful we felt we should share it. Credits to Damion Viney and the team at Co-Accounting – click here to read more of their very useful blogs. At Co- we have been recruiting for our South London Accounting […]
A series of 26 lamppost banners, all with the Norwood Works branding already seen on murals and oil drums, are going up on the industrial estate. These banners will be along Norwood High Street, Ernest Avenue and on Knights Hill, marking the boundary of top half of the Key Industrial Business Area. See here for […]
Station to Station BID Businesses are making an impact on the environment by using First Mile Recycling.
Make your vote count and a reminder on the benefits of voting YES. Deadline to return ballot papers is 29 September.
We are pleased to announce that Station to Station business improvement district was one of 35 London projects selected by the High Streets for All Challenge to receive £20,000 funding. This project ‘Making High Streets Work’ – which seeks to strategically identify sites in order to bring on new workspace provision in the area – is the […]
Station to Station has its ‘renewal ballot’ in September as we are approaching the end of our 5 year term. If you are a levy paying business, you will be asked to vote. Here is our business plan for the area for the next 5 years (October 2021 – September 2026). You can read it […]
The London Business Hub is running a Recover and Grow scheme which targets small to medium-sized businesses. It is offering free resilience & economic recovery training for a period of 6 weeks. Eligible businesses must employ in the region of ten to fifty people, with an annual turnover of £450,000 per year can make use […]
We’ve worked with the London Progression Collaboration to help you understand how the Apprenticeship Levy transfer can help your business. The apprenticeship levy transfer and how to use it The apprenticeship levy is a policy introduced by the government in 2017. It requires larger employers to spend a proportion of their budget to fund apprenticeship […]
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Local mural painter Lionel Stanhope has been commissioned to paint a large mural on the industrial estate as part of the ‘Norwood Works‘ rebranding exercise funded by Lambeth in 2019. Station to Station is positioning West Norwood and Tulse Hill as THE destination for affordable workspace in Lambeth. Giving the industrial estate the identity of ‘Norwood […]
South London Botanical Institute and Station to Station have secured a grant of £15,295 from Mayor of London to help Norwood Road & Norwood High Street ‘grow back greener’.
FREE BUSINESS GUIDANCE, ADVICE AND SUPPORT SERVICE With the support of an experienced business adviser we can help you find the best deals on your monthly outgoings, such as merchant services, insurance and utility bills, to ensure that you are running in the most cost effective way. Contact us to arrange an appointment to see […]
Could you offer a young person a six month paid work experience? Funding is available under the government’s new Kickstart Scheme to employers for salary costs (paid at National Minimum Wage) for six months, with an additional £1,500 available to employers to support the placement set up. Kickstart placements should be a minimum of 25 hours […]
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S2S is collaborating with local architects A Small Studio to explore the potential and power of Norwood High Street as a symbol of many similar London high streets currently in crisis.
The London Progression Collaboration is seeking to build a movement of employers dedicated to offer good quality job entry and progression opportunities for Londoners, through apprenticeship opportunities. The project focuses on priority sectors, including construction, providing employers practical support on a range of topics such as work force planning, recruiting and retaining talent and accessing […]
Introducing ‘Norwood Works’. The West Norwood Key Industrial Business Area (KIBA) has been re-branded as Norwood Works. There is a shared ambition to grow the area’s reputation as an enterprising hub, both for the current industrious community, as well as a welcoming place for future businesses. The name ‘Norwood Works’ is intended to unite all […]