A common plan for Claridge Way 

Claridge Way is a path which runs through the Moorings. It winds through a long, narrow belt of green space between residential back gardens, Hawksmoor School, a youth club and Tump 53 Nature Reserve.  

In 2019, Peabody partnered with Jan Kattein Architects and worked with local residents and community organisations to revamp Claridge Way.  

Through conversations, hands-on workshops, a giant tea party and virtual reality design sessions with local people, we brought about changes including: 

  • new benches for seating and body weight exercises 

  • new fences, back gates and planters for adjoining residents 

  • a new gardening club at Hawksmoor Primary School 

  • a painted play route

  • a woodland adventure walk

  • a wildflower bee road 

The project was completed in 2021. 

Learn more about the project

 

Claridge Way, Thamesmead SE28 8AS

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Planting A Tree

Biodiversity volunteering at Birchmere Park

We will be helping with the maintenance of the newly planted trees which were planted by the local community involving the neighbouring schools.

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