We are local residents, architects, transport engineers, businesses, community groups, drivers, cyclists, pedestrians, bus passengers and more. If you care about Vauxhall and want a safer and better future for it where everyone benefits then you are one of us.
Our Vauxhall draws from a number of sources. The plans are not idle aspirations. They are evidenced based and the result of thousands of hours of work contributed free of charge by many individuals including professionals working in the area. The plans have been drawn, tested, revised, checked and further refined. The key ideas have been tested in public meetings and informal consultation.
Since 2014 individuals have been working pro bono lending their technical expertise to ensure that Vauxhall reaches its potential.
We need your support to make our voice heard and make sure that the future plans for the Vauxhall will achieve the best for the area and its community.
Our Vauxhall technical group
- DSDHA Studio (Architects)
- Charlie Holland (Cycling)
- Michael Keane (Analyst)
- Peter Murray (Architect)
- Martin Worthington (Local worker)
Status of plans
The plans and artist impressions on this website draw from a number of sources. They are not final.
Over the coming months we will be consulting on detailed aspects of the plans; the bus station, cycling, junction design, green spaces etc. Our focus though is on a major new public green space for Vauxhall. We need your help to persuade Lambeth and TfL to do the right thing at Vauxhall by backing this plan.
- The artist impression and plan indicates an aspiration for a new underground entrance/exit on South Lambeth /Harleyford Road. This would be particularly useful on cricket days but is mainly intended to recognise that there are shops and businesses on that side of the viaduct that need to be supported.
- Our Vauxhall works with a number of bus station configurations including retention of the existing bus station canopy. The version of the bus station depicted on the Our Vauxhall plan operates in a similar way to the existing bus station. This is one of many possible approaches and is probably the least disruptive to implement.
- The current plan shows particular junction and lane configurations. These are not final. Detailed design of these junctions and the Vauxhall road network will be subjected to thorough testing and modelling.