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Council to revise South Dock development plans

This article, published in Southwark News on Thursday 14th July (page 12), comes shortly after Southwark Council has at last agreed to reconsider the location of the leisure centre that they wished to build over a wildlife corridor, right on the edge of people’s homes.   68 more words

Commerical Planning

Disputed location for new leisure centre to be reconsidered by Southwark Council

Potentially positive news from the Canada Water West Residents Action Group team:

We have had a glimmer of hope in our campaign against the Council’s plans to move the Seven Islands’ Leisure Centre to Ada’s Garden, the wildlife area next to Hothfield Place. 513 more words

Commerical Planning

Day 27: Isleworth Library - Good for other stuff too #30days30libraries

It’s day 27 but another library first. In Isleworth, the building the library is in is shared with a leisure centre.

One of the leisure centre staff told me that quite often the swimmers used the library but the gym users didn’t tend to because they are too “hardcore.” 159 more words

Libraries

Upcoming meeting re Southwark Council's preferred location for leisure centre

Councillor Mark Williams (Cabinet Member for Regeneration and New Homes ) has announced that now that the by-election is over he can confirm that the follow-up meeting on the siting of the proposed new Canada Water Leisure Centre will be on… 326 more words

Canada Water Area Action Plan

Residents organize a petition re Council's broken promise to provide 50m pool

There’s a 2nd June article on the Southwark News website by Owen Sheppard looking at the anger of local residents who were promised a 50m swimming pool as part of the Canada Water development plans, but are now being told that Southwark Council’s preferred site would only provide a 25m pool.  286 more words

Commerical Planning

Green Corridor 682 - Southwark Council's preferred site for their leisure centre

It emerges that Southwark Council’s preferred site for their new leisure centre, and known locally as Ada’s Garden, is otherwise known as “Green Corridor 682” and was identified in Southwark Council’s Open Spaces Study 2010 (from which this map is taken).  320 more words

Commerical Planning