About the Johanna Development Scheme
As co-partners, Lambeth Council and Oasis last spoke to you some years ago about the opportunity of creating a joint educational and community facility. Within that time, we have been moving forward and we’re now excited to bring you the updated indicative plans, ideas, and concepts to you for discussion.
We want to give our children and the whole Waterloo neighbourhood enhanced opportunities for education and training, through a new ‘state-of-the-art’ educational facility, with increased space, a dedicated SEND Resource Base, and other community and education facilities, including a new library and a restaurant offering training opportunities enabled by a mixed-use development, which responds to and respects the needs of the Waterloo community.
The scheme will deliver new connections to Lower Marsh and active frontage on Baylis Road, increasing safety and vibrancy, and will also provide a new Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) which will be available for community use outside of the school day.
Our public consultation is open from Monday 15th November until Monday 13th December 2021, so we hope this webpage is useful and has all the information you need, and we look forward to hearing your response to our proposal which can be done via the questionnaire on this page.
Looking to learn even more about the Johanna Development Scheme? Click on the link below to download our information booklet.
Looking to attend one of our upcoming consultation events? Click on the link below to find out more.
- How much will this development cost?
- What will happen to the school during construction? Will Oasis Academy Johanna (OAJ) pupils be relocated whilst works are ongoing?
- Will this development bring new jobs for the community?
- How will the scheme benefit the area?
- When will the construction work begin?
- When will the construction work be completed?
- Why are there no new homes proposed as part of the project?
- Will there be any further consultation opportunities for me to attend?
- How much office or enabling development is needed for the scheme?
- When will we be able to see more details on design?
- Will the scheme have an impact on neighbours and surroundings? How will you ensure that this does not unacceptably impact people?
- Aside from providing the funds to deliver the school and community facilities, how will the office development benefit local people and Waterloo?
- Why can’t you refurbish the existing building or rebuild parts of the school which are in poor condition? Have you considered whether this would be more cost effective?
- What is the role of Lambeth Council and why are they involved?
- Why do you need to appoint a developer as a project partner? Can Oasis and Lambeth do this by themselves instead?
- Can I be kept up to date on the development?