What will our community look like in 30 years' time?

JUNE 12TH 2018

Waterloo is at a crucial point in its history, with redevelopment and change already underway. This engaging evening of ideas and exchange gathered together urban thinkers and local activists to discuss change, community and local action.

Panel Discussion
Tuesday June 12th, 7pm, St John's Waterloo

Chaired by Canon Giles Goddard, who asked the question: what will our community look like in 30 years? There were lively and intelligent contributions from the audience. George Nicholson of Coin Street Community Builders introduced the evening.


The panel included:


Baroness Jenny Jones, former London Assembly member for the Green Party.


Kofi Oppong, entrepreneur, mentor and the creator of the Urban MBA, also known as the University for Street Entrepreneurs.

Amir Eden, Chair of Bankside Residents’ Forum.

James Asfa of Citizens UK.


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The Waterloo Festival is an annual summer festival of arts and inspiration, held in and around St John's Waterloo. It celebrates arts, music, ideas and new talent in a beautiful setting in the beating artistic heart of London.


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