We are positioning the area as ‘The destination for flexible, more affordable workspace in Lambeth’.
Encouraging new companies and self employed individuals to settle here means potentially hundreds more people coming into Tulse Hill & West Norwood daily, who will spend in the local economy by shopping in our shops, eating in our cafes and restaurants and drinking in our pubs.
This ambition was recognised in July 2021 when Station to Station was awarded ‘seed funding’ from the High Streets for All Challenge to help scope out our ambition, which was followed by another GLA grant award to support the increase of workspace in the area . This has strengthened our links with the Mayor’s Office and other potential sources of funding.
In the spring of 2023 we used the funding to create the ChooSE27 platform to connect those looking for workspace locally with those who have it.
We will continue to work closely with Lambeth Regeneration and Planning teams to engage with local landowners to free up potential workspace, to facilitate flexible or ‘meanwhile’ uses of any empty business premises, as well as supporting planning applications when in keeping with local area ambitions. Station to Station will actively find workspace for companies within the BID area, bringing in good people to do good work.
We regularly collaborate with local organisations such as the Norwood Planning Assembly and architecture firms to create a shared community vision of what the area could look like in the future.
If you are interested in bringing your business to Tulse Hill & West Norwood, please get in touch email@example.com