A £1.8 million project to regenerate Sidcup town centre resulted in new shop fronts and pavements, improved pedestrian crossings, better access to public transport, with space made for markets and events. Retail Revival worked for 18 months with 50 businesses to improve, expand and refurbish their shops, open new premises, and buy new equipment to widen their offer to customers.  Chosen businesses were paired with designers who followed the principles in a high street design guide and local sign makers produced a set of quirky hanging shop-signs to contribute to Sidcup’s growing brand.

Client: The Mayor of London’s Outer London Fund (OLF) and Bexley Council in partnership with architects Untitled Practice and 00 Architecture.