There is nothing of substance to report on the progress of the feasibility study, the scope of which  has  yet to be  circulated. In November 2018 it was reported that producing the study was ‘much more complex than expected’ Getting on for a year after that, in September 2019, it was reported that work on the study had been restarted.

A consultation meeting was held at the White Horse pub on Monday 23 Jan 2017. The main purpose of the session was to ask people what they wanted on the site and to give them the chance to ask questions of the two people behind the lido project and the architects they have involved.  A number of people expressed concern about the suitability of the site for what has been outlined in the online consultation process (see below). 

There has been an online consultation process about which the  The Friends of Peckham Rye Park had a number of concerns, not least that it did not mention the fact that it would require building on protected Metropolitan Open Land. The link to the online consultation (now closed for further comments) is:

The Friends of Peckham Rye Park are also keen that any future consultation meeting should  reach out to the public at large and not just be advertised using social media, and that it should not be limited only to ticket holders

 We will keep you informed as and when we hear any news