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Thurlow Park Rd corner

UPDATE August 2021:  planning permission approved  24th November 2020 including 11 flats at affordable rent and 5 flats for shared ownership.

Developers plan to demolish the grotty corner on Thurlow Park Road opposite the Tulse Hill Hotel and build 43 new homes in a block up to 7 storeys high. The proposal for the new block is for eight 3-bedroom homes, twenty seven 2-bedroom homes and eight 2- bedroom homes.  17  of the flats are to be affordable.

The site is close to Tulse Hill rail station and many bus routes so there is no off-road parking except for 2 disabled bays and plenty of cycle parking.

To see the plans in detail, comments from Thurlow Park ward Labour councillors & other residents and to submit an online comment go to Lambeth’s planning portal  https://www.lambeth.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/planning-applications/search-planning-applications    and quote ref: 19/03669

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West Norwood Food Week

Otter’s Food Week event is on Friday

Otter’s Food Week event is on Friday

Last summer’s Food Week was  a sell out in West Norwood  so West Norwood Feast have teamed up with Grub Club to put on another food week in first week of February  to cheer us up this winter! For details and bookings see:  http://grubclub.com/west-norwood-food-week

Participants include  Community Café @CommunityShops, The Great North Wood @tgnwpub , Tulse Hill Hotel @TulseHillHotel,  Pintadera Café @PintaderaCafe,  Garden Gastro Bar @GardenGastroBar,  Otter @OtterTrading, Iberico, The Book & Record Bar @BookNRecordBar and Portico Gallery @PorticoGallery

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West Norwood Food Week

portico foodA mid-summer week of unique dining experiences in West Norwood from Saturday 13th June to Sunday 21st June.  Special menus and events have been curated for West Norwood Food Week ranging from free family picnics to Feasty experiences to fine dining tasting menus.   To find out more and to book your place see:  http://westnorwoodfoodweek.grubclub.com/

The week’s events:

  • A Taste of Victorian History – Foodie Cemetery Tour in West Norwood
  • Remember Your Childhood With a Free Family Picnic
  • Share a Bangladeshi Family Feast  at Lal Baag
  • A British Celebration Supper at the Tulse Hill Hotel
  • Summer Sharing Feast under the Stars at the Great North Wood
  • Share an Italian Summer Dinner at The Garden Gastro Bar
  • A DIY DJ evening, with local craft beers and paella at the Book and Record Bar
  • A Summer Afternoon of Art in the Park and Picnicking in Norwood Park
  • A Taste of the Caribbean – A Midsummer Evening at the Portico Gallery


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Makeover for Tulse Hill Hotel

Matt & Jemma

Matt & Jemma

The Tulse Hill Hotel at 150 Norwood Road SE24 9AY is getting a new look under its new management. Jemma & Matt will be building on their experience from The Salthouse in Abbey Rd, north London to create a gastro pub for West Norwood. Look out for the opening before Christmas.

A great addition to the wide range of places to eat out in West Norwood – soon to be followed by Antic who have the go ahead to turn the shop site at 294 Norwood Road SE27 9AF into a restaurant & pub.

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Tulse Hill Hotel

Lambeth-20140421-00609Greene King has plans to invest in the Tulse Hill Hotel to make more use of the garden, improve the food service and offer 9 guest rooms.

See planning applications 14/2219 and 14/02231  for details on the Lambeth planning portal : http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/planning-applications-and-policies/viewing-current-planning .

To make more use of the garden Greene King have applied for  variation to the licence. Comments due by 30th June. See http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/business-services-rates-and-licensing/licence-comments/current-licence-applications

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