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Proposed Information Panels

Click below to see the current proposal for up to nine main information panels (plus possibly two more near to panel 7). For further information see the feasibility study

Gateway Panel





Link Panels


Super site


Link Panel


Gateway Panel



Link Panels

Full Panel Map

Full Panel Map

A series of nine permanent storyboard panels are to be installed at busy points of interest along a walk-able route around the Creek. Sites are being carefully considered and will complement existing trails and walking routes such as the Thames Path, Waterlink Way and Deptford Heritage Trail. New panels can enhance an existing public space and encourage the exploration of the area. They will provide information about the Creek’s development over time. This will include local stories, notable people and buildings. Each panel will also highlight the Creek’s past and present natural history with expertise provided by the Creekside Discovery Centre. They will also describe the extent of the Creek, orientate the viewer within it and help create the sense of a linked neighbourhood.

CreekLink envisage realising the project in stages as funding becomes available. Planning permission will be required and consultation is being undertaken with teams at the London Borough of Lewisham and the Royal Borough of Greenwich. The proposed storyboards are 1.2m x 0.6m and can be installed on a steel lectern or mounted on railings or walls depending on the location. They are made of vitreous enamel, and anti vandal finish expertly made by AJ Wells and Sons, who are well known for creating signs for Transport for London and London Underground in many urban settings.

The ambition is to show the locations of the information boards on Google Maps to help navigate to them and to help share digital information, old photos and interesting stories. See our demonstration here

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