Last Autumn, we launched our return campaign to celebrate the reopening of businesses in Streatham.
We’ve written another editorial for The South Londoner which is distributed across the whole of Lambeth.
In April, we started a programme of on-street jet-washing around key gateways and community assets in Streatham and Streatham Hill including the stations, the cinema, the leisure centre and bus station. Work has continued over the last few months to assist further in restarting the local economy.
Safety in the public space
Along with our posters, stenciled floor signs and vinyls clearly displayed to help shoppers stay safe and maintain social distancing, we are installing hand sanitizer towers in key locations to support the safety of consumers.
Keep it local, in Streatham icon
To mark the much-anticipated lifting of restrictions, Streatham will be decorated with the new branding to create a fun and welcoming atmosphere for customers. The campaign features a window decal, which will be given to businesses to display as a symbol of support. Other merchandise willl also be branded such as tote bags and t-shirts.
Designed by renowned local illustrator Richard Fairhead we hope it will help build local pride and encourage residents to love local and shop Streatham.
We are now working towards some summer activations including our events programme to bring people back to Streatham in a safe and controlled manner.