Have your say on signage in Erith

Please note that the location of the first session has been updated

Local people are invited to give their views on signage in Erith to inform a new Wayfinding Plan.

Designers Europa and architects Pollard Thomas Edwards have been appointed by London Borough of Bexley to improve the signage in Erith. To ensure the designs are informed by a wide range of local knowledge the Council is hosting two drop-in sessions to gather people’s views. There are a number of ways you can get involved:

  • Drop by at the stall in Riverside Shopping Centre at the top of the escalators opposite Matalan on 8 March from 11am to 2pm
  • Visit the stall at Erith Market on 18 March on Pier Road from 11am – 2pm
  • Have a spare 5 minutes? Complete our short online survey here

The design team will be on hand at both pop-up events to discuss your ideas of how to improve the signage in Erith.

The project is funded by Transport for London. The signage improvements will be delivered in stages through the Greater Erith Regeneration Programme, which aims to enhance the unique aspects of the town, support businesses and improve the environment.

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