Published November 2021

The Glass-House was brought in by The Junction Business Improvement District (BID) and a consortium of partners in September to help them develop a strategy and action plan for their programme of walkabouts, and then to help them capture and consolidate the group’s learning and ideas for activating change in the heart of Battersea.

The Consortium, led by The Junction BID and including a range of community organisations in Battersea, secured seed funding from the Mayor of London’s High Streets for All Challenge Fund for the initial stage of a project to enhance the environment in Clapham Junction (Battersea) for residents, visitors, businesses, and other organisations.

This report produced by The Glass-House in November captures the key findings of the various activities, which draw together the findings of the first phase of the The Junction Placemaking and Wayfinding Project. The report shares the consortium’s learning and sets out their key priorities and recommendations for the transformation of the Junction, which have emerged from the activities to date.