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Our Plan for Thamesmead

Our Plan for Thamesmead 2023-28 outlines our approach to transforming Thamesmead’s neighbourhoods. We review our plan every five years, taking into account your feedback on how we’re doing. This helps us to ensure we’re focusing on the things that are most important to the Thamesmead community.  


Read the  full plan (Maintaining Momentum)

Read the summary (Shaping Thamesmead)

Our priorities

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    Improving people’s day to day experiences of living in Thamesmead

    Ensuring Thamesmead feels well managed and cared for, and that people have comfortable homes and access to outstanding shared spaces. This starts by getting the basics right for Thamesmead and providing what matters most to local people. 

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    Building new homes, leisure and community spaces  

    Growing the town in a way that benefits the established community in Thamesmead and newcomers to the area, providing better quality homes and improved local amenities. 

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    Improving the quality of the landscape and create more chances for people to use it 

    Harnessing the power of Thamesmead’s unique landscape to benefit people and nature. Fulfilling the ambitions set out in our green infrastructure framework, Living in the Landscape.

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    Making culture a part of everyday life  

    Ensuring Thamesmead is a prime example of sustainable, unique and ambitious community-led cultural activity. Supporting the community to create culture that will flourish in the long term, providing different spaces for people to experience exciting cultural activities, and growing Thamesmead's reputational as a unique cultural destination.

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    Supporting communities to be happier, healthier and wealthier 

    Supporting people and building stronger communities through Peabody’s community investment strategy. This focuses on tackling inequality and poverty, embedding wellbeing, customer co-creation, and community activities and programmes.