St Paul’s Shadwell held a 2-day open design (“Charrette”) workshop in November 2010 to plan the development of the 1820 church, 1829 Institute and surrounding churchyard. This is a strategic event in the life of the church and the borough.
By gathering technical experts, key members of the church and the community together at the open design workshop, we have drawn up a set of practically-viable and community-friendly drawings that will be developed into design brief recommendations. These recommendations will be published in a “Masterplan Strategy” and will be used to order the development of the church site. It is our hope that this document will play an important role in development not just of the church but also of the neighbourhood.
The workshop culminated in a public presentation on the Friday evening giving local residents the opportunity to see and comment on our work.
For more information about the workshop process please see this article.(Author: )