Monday, 13 May 2013

A week to respond to the consultation on the new space for Streatham - Tudor Hall at Streatham Library

Streatham Tate Library has been welcoming the Streatham community since 1890. With support from the Mayor’s Outer London Fund, Lambeth Council intends to invest in the Streatham Tate Library, to ensure it can continue to welcome existing and new readers for many years to come.

As part of this the building behind the Library - Tudor Hall - will also be brought back into use for the people of Streatham. Originally built as a schoolroom, the Tudor Hall offers floorspace of 16m by 7m and could comfortably seat up to 120 people, with a self-catering space created alongside the main hall.

There is now a chance to have your say in the future use of the building. Clicking on this link will take you to an on-line questionnaire about the future of the Streatham Tate Library. It’s quick and easy to complete. But if you want to have your say you need to complete the questionnaire by Monday 20 May.

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