What is a good city for all?  How are we creating it?  Senior clergy from the Diocese of Southwark, with kind permission of the Archbishop of Canterbury, are meeting senior political, creative and policy leaders at Lambeth Palace on 12 February.

The Archbishop will lead the interviews and will be asking them A good city for all: what is your part in creating it?  Bringing together people who are closely involved in the redevelopment of the southern waterfront provides a unique opportunity to reflect on how we can shape the city and our life together.

Participants include:

Sir Edward Lister, Deputy Mayor, Policy and Planning, City Hall
Rob Tincknell, Battersea Power Station Development Company
Sue Foster OBE, Director of Housing, Regeneration and the Environment, Lambeth Council
Dr Noha Nasser, Department of Architecture & Construction, University of Greenwich
Cllr Peter John OBE, Leader of Southwark Council
The Reverend Dr Andrew Davey, Urban Theologian and Parish Priest
Bob Allies OBE, Architect, Allies and Morrison
Mike Hayes CBE, Planning and Development Consultant
Jude Kelly CBE, Artistic Director, Southbank Centre

The organising team from the Diocese of Southwark is very grateful to the Archbishop of Canterbury for hosting Battersea to the Barrier at Lambeth Palace, which itself has been part of the River Thames’ rich history for many centuries.

The Reverend Leighton Carr, Dean of Emerging Communities and Regeneration

The Reverend Jonathan Coore, Rector of Christ Church, Southwark

The Venerable Alastair Cutting, Archdeacon of Lewisham and Greenwich

The Venerable Simon Gates, Archdeacon of Lambeth Canon

Canon Giles Goddard, Vicar of St John and St Andrew, Waterloo

The Venerable John Kiddle, Archdeacon of Wandsworth

The Very Reverend Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark

The Venerable Dr Jane Steen, Archdeacon of Southwark

assisted by Catriona Robertson

The Diocese of Southwark • www.southwark.anglican.org

The Church of England • www.churchofengland.org

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