The Rotherhithe Public Living Room will host a series of workshops, events and activities that will allow us to engage with a broad section of the community in order to inform future community-led proposals for the Rotherhithe Holder Station site on Salter Road. Click on each programme strand below to find out further details of the dates and times of the activities or click here to download a PDF programme.

Our youth program aims to engage young people in the future of the site and it’s offering for young people in the local area. This is your chance to have your say on what your community may want and need.

Please come along to our Found Café or attend a Wallpaper Mapping workshop to tell us about your experiences of Rotherhithe both past and present.

We will be hosting a series of discussions to begin talking about the design proposals for the site. These sessions will be led by the architects and landscape architects of this proposed development.

We would like to invite you to come and contribute to a series of sessions that look at mapping scarcity, wealth, culture and more in order to build a better picture of the social and cultural context of Rotherhithe and collaborate on a series of common resources. We will also be running a session to reflect and evaluate on what we have learnt through this process.

We will be open every Thursday afternoon (2pm – 5pm) for people to drop in and hear more about the development.

Early in the new year there will be two public exhibitions of the final proposals for the site, which will be held at the Public Living Room. Please come to view our proposals and meet our team. We want to hear your views. For full details, please visit our
Statutory Consultation page.

The Rotherhithe Public Living Room will be open every Wednesday (2pm – 7pm), Thursday (2pm – 5pm) and Sunday (11am – 3pm) from 6 October through to 8 December 2019. The full address of the Rotherhithe Public Living Room is Rotherhithe Holder Station, Salter Road, SE16 6DU.