A new world of opportunity for Loughborough Junction
Lambeth Council, with the help of funding from the Mayor of London's London Regeneration Fund, are constructing a new enterprise hub, LJ Works.
The site will offer a variety affordable workspace, including a food business incubator & shared commercial kitchen, studios, places to make things, co-working offices and individual and shared workshops, as well as a programme of on-site business support and training activities, facilitated by local organisations, Green Man Skills Zone and Tree Shepherd.
LJ Works will offer a range of opportunities for local people to get involved, from those seeking to start up or expand a business, opportunities for local builders and craftspeople to be involved in the construction of LJ Works and plenty of training opportunities for people of all ages.
How can I get involved?
The project is intended to directly benefit the immediate community of Loughborough Junction, to achieve this, we need to hear from you to help shape and inform the design of the site and the activities that will take place when it opens.
Lambeth Council along with the design team, Architecture 00 and Public Works, will be consulting on the design and uses of the site with the public, as well as providing more information on the opportunities to get involved in this exciting scheme.
Come along and meet us at:
Saturday 29 October from 1pm to 6pm at Loughborough Plaza (the square in front of the Hero of Switzerland pub on Loughborough Road).Disclaimers apply for full details see http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/EmailDisclaimer.htm