Launched in 2007, Bankside Urban Forest is a long-term partnership project that works improve the network of streets and public spaces between the riverside and Elephant and Castle, spreading the benefits of regeneration deeper into the Borough. Bankside Urban Forest is about making Bankside a better place to live, work and visit. It is a strategy for enhancing public spaces - including streets, pavements, squares and parks - in the Bankside area.
Responsive Street Cleaning
Our cleaning team wash and sweep the streets, remove graffiti, fly posting and gum, providing a cleaning service that is additional to that provided by Southwark Council.
Our subsidised recycling scheme is available for every member, saving you money and helping the environment.
Bankside Urban Forest
Launched in 2007, Bankside Urban Forest is a long-term partnership and strategy to transform the network of streets and spaces across Bankside to deliver more and better public space for people and wildlife.
Poor air quality is one of the most important public health issues facing London. Collectively we can work towards improving air quality in our neighbourhood.
The Low Line
In partnership with local stakeholders and communities, the Low Line will ensure that investment in the arches and adjacent sites contributes positively to the neighbourhoods and communities it spans.
Through our Bankside Urban Forest initiative, we have delivered new green spaces in the streets across Bankside, ranging from transformations like Keppel Row to temporary and creative projects like the Metal Box Garden on America Street.