Norwood Road starts in Herne Hill and ends at Robson Road. Should we rename our main shopping street , the part from Tulse Hill to Knights Hill? Suggestions so far include Norwood Broadway, West Norwood Road, Norwood Boulevard, Norwood Tulse Road.
Come and discuss how you see West Norwood in 10 years time. You may not want a road name change but what sort of shops & work spaces do you want to see? Where should we build more badly needed new homes?
This month 3 consultation events are happening. For businesses Friday 19th 8.30am at Parkhall or Wednesday 25th 8.30am at The Great North Wood. For residents at the Leisure Centre there is a workshop on Tuesday 24th 6.30pm. The drop in on Tuesday 31st 4pm to 8pm is cancelled and will be re-arranged .
Book as places are limited: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/lambeth-council-amp-regeneris-consulting-10713114508
Or speak to Cllr Fred Cowell 07920 559 491 FCowell@lambeth.gov.uk @fredacowell
In the meantime, if you can’t make these events you can comment by website: https://westnorwoodandtulsehill.commonplace.is/
3 responses to “A new name for Norwood Road”
That stretch is already called something different. It’s called The Broadway. There’s a road sign above Champagne And Chocolate.
Also see this advert from 1910:
I’ve just a blog review on West Norwood. The type of businesses I would like to see more of are: more restaurants, more bars, independent delis.
Surely it should be called West Norwood High Street. Or is that not daft enough?