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Forest Hill’s Cultural Quarter gets cash boost 6 April 2015

Posted by George Crozier in Streets.
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Further good news for Dartmouth Road has come from a successful funding bid by SEE3 – the high street innovation team for the Forest Hill, Sydenham and Kirkdale area: £113,000 has been awarded by the Greater London Authority to improve the public space by Forest Hill Library and Louise House.  The money comes on top of a £600,000 TfL grant for pedestrian improvements in the stretch up Dartmouth Road up to Forest Hill station.

“This extra funding to improve the public space of our heritage buildings is welcome news,” commented SEE3 treasurer Alex Feakes. “It’s essential we make the most of our cultural heritage in Forest Hill to not only support the local economy, but also to ensure the special character of our town centre has a sustainable future for all.”

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