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Network Rail plans to transform Camberwell arches into cafes

Plans to transform industrialised railway arches into new spaces for cafes and bars have been drawn up by Network Rail.

A planning application submitted to Southwark Council last month shows the six archways could soon offer Camberwell a new hot spot for evening entertainment.

The six archways in 344-349 Camberwell Station Road “currently in a poor state of repair”, according to Network Rail. But each contain about 120 square metres, with a six smaller one providing 50 sq m of space.

Public consultation on the plans ends today (Thursday), and will soon be decided be either approved or sent back to redesigning by Southwark Council’s planning committee.

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