Category Archives: The Vauxhall gyratory

End of the bus station: Comments by 31 Dec

Two huge towers, bus stops all over the place, no rain cover – some would say: that’s no bus station at all. Call me cynical, but a consultation on something as controversial as this in the last two weeks of December? … Continue reading

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Vauxhall bus station demolition planning meeting

19 December, 7 pm: Support the objectors by attending the planning meeting to approve the demolition of the bus station at Karibu Education Centre, 7 Gresham Road SW9 7PH

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It’s going to be the best gyratory redevelopment ever ….

Bus station & gyratory plans: Response to letter to Lib Peck From Helen & Pauline “We have not received a response from Cllr Peck but we have received the email below from Cllr Bennett, Cabinet Member for Planning, which one … Continue reading

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Totemic Vauxhall Tower

“A totemic example is the 50-storey St George’s Wharf tower beside the river Thames at Vauxhall where two-thirds of homes were last year revealed by the Guardian to be in foreign ownership” https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/oct/27/sadiq-khan-to-raise-target-for-affordable-housing-in-london

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LAMBETH APPLICATION 17/04741: BUS STATION

“PROFOUND APOLOGIES For personal reasons Helen and I have been unable to get this out to you earlier and the closing date for comments is 31 November. However, Jeff Holt, The Planning Officer in charge, told Kate Hoey recently “ … Continue reading

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End of the bus station

End of the Bus Lane (Vauxhall Bus Stations, Existing and Proposed, London, UK)  

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Vauxhall Bus Station R.I.P.

Remember when, not so long ago, the new bus station was hailed as an iconic structure that put Vauxhall on the map? The ‘Skijump’ even made it into the foyer of Olive Morris House in Brixton.  Soon it’ll be a … Continue reading

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