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Lets Make Something Together!

We want to work with you to shape the future of this building and how we bring it back to life

The former public toilets building on South Lodge Avenue has been disused for many years. Merton Council, with funding from the Mayor's Office, is working on options for the space with a collaborative design team led by Okra. The aim of this research is to find out what local people need and how to turn the building and the bus stop area into something useful, creative and exciting for Pollards Hill, while also improving the bus stop area. 

Your Voice Can Help Shape This Project!

As the people who know the site best, we would really love to hear the community’s opinions and ideas for its future use. We are currently in Phase 1 of the project, which focusses on research and engagement with Pollards Hill residents to understand what improvements are wanted and needed. We are reaching out to many local organisations including schools, businesses, the GP surgery and community groups.

Your responses will directly influence the proposals for the site’s development. We are keen to hear from as many residents as possible to ensure proposals meet your priorities, needs and aspirations - once we've heard from you we'll start to test ideas for the site.

We will update this website regularly as the project evolves, and welcome your participation in comments, community forums and surveys to help shape the project. Please get in touch to share your ideas, comment on our posts and ask any questions.

News & Blog

This website will be updated with information about our research and proposals as they develop and, importantly, allow you to share your views and comments. Have a look and let us know what you think!

Have Your Say!

We want to hear about your thoughts and opinions on the local area to inform our work. Click below to take part! 

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