The Love Mortlake campaign was created to enable the local community to respond to the planned redevelopment of the old Mortlake Brewery site.
The 21 acre site lies between the railway line and the river in an historic corner of west London, offering great potential for revitalising the area.
Love Mortlake’s purpose is to ensure that the redevelopment of the site works for all residents of Mortlake and surrounding areas for generations to come.
Whether you live in Mortlake, work in Mortlake or just love Mortlake, have your say in the redevelopment plans.
With special thanks to all those who have helped to get the Love Mortlake campaign this far: Francine Bates, Helen Bantock, Tim Catchpole, Katy Cronin, David Deaton, Peter Eaton, Ann Hewitt, Una O’Brien, Robert Orr Ewing, Michael Fasosin, Mike Williams, Matt Smith, Howard Potter, Max Millington, Saime Tanzi, Linda Duberley and many, many others.
For details of our campaign goals, please go to ‘Our Purpose‘. Detailed notes of all meetings and decisions related to the development can be found on the Mortlake Brewery Community Group website MBCG.
MBCG is an umbrella group of residents and representatives of local organisations with a common interest in ensuring that the redevelopment of the brewery site provides a new village heart for Mortlake with buildings and public spaces of the highest quality.
We are not opposed to the development, but seek to ensure that it answers the needs of all residents and visitors, now and in the future. MBCG is a voluntary organisation and has no political affiliation. For more information please visit MBCG About Us.
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