We are keen to receive your valuable feedback on the Draft Waterloo and South Bank Public Realm Framework.

The Public Realm Framework provides an assessment of public realm improvement needs across Bishop's Ward in Lambeth.  Based on a rigorous baseline audit of streets and spaces, it establishes six guiding principles to help shape better place making.  These principles inform and infuse 18 location specific spatial briefs that describe the type of improvements that should be considered in each location.  The Framework also identifies five example 'priority' projects, most in need of improvement.

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* 1. Coverage: The draft Public Realm Framework is based on and reflects a review of relevant policy, site surveys, stakeholder and community engagement (face-to-face and on-line) and a comprehensive area wide spatial audit.  
 
Are there any areas/places/locations not covered or not covered adequately that should be included or reviewed? If so which ones and why?

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* 2. Guiding principles: The draft Public Realm Framework establishes six thematic ‘guiding principles’ to inform and shape a strategic approach to public realm improvements in the Waterloo and South Bank area, as well as project prioritisation.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with the six guiding principles?

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* 3. Guiding Principles: What specific improvements to the six guiding principles, if any, would you like to see?

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* 4. Spatial Briefs: The draft Public Realm Framework establishes four ‘families’ and 18 location specific spatial briefs, providing direction on improvements to the public realm in Waterloo and the South Bank without being rigidly directive. 

To what extent do you agree or disagree the spatial briefs reflect or respond to the public realm improvement needs of Waterloo and the South Bank area?

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* 5. Spatial briefs: What specific improvements to the spatial briefs, if any, would you like to see?

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* 6. Priorities: On the basis of evidence gathered, stakeholder feedback (face-to-face and on-line) and assessment against the six ‘guiding principles’, five priority projects are identified by the PRF.

Are there any other areas/places/locations that you would like to see awarded priority status? Please provide your reasons for nominating other areas/places/locations.

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* 7. Partnership: Improvements to the public realm in Waterloo and the South Bank cannot be delivered by a single body alone. Collaborative partnership working is necessary to deliver investment and improvement.  

How can you or your organisation support delivery of the Public Realm Framework and public realm improvements in Waterloo and the South Bank?

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* 8. Are there any other comments you would like to make?

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* 13. How would you describe your ethnicity?

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