Plan for Soho is committed to engaging with residents, workers and visitors to Soho to help us shape the aspirations and policies for a Neighbourhood Plan for Soho. Over the past year we have conducted two public surveys, with over … Continue reading Plan for Soho Public Engagement – full survey results
Four Corners explores the fascinating story of the Partisan Coffee House, founded by radical historian Raphael Samuel, cultural theorist Stuart Hall and others. The exhibition includes previously unseen photographs by renowned documentary photographer Roger Mayne, alongside printed materials, film clips and oral … Continue reading Exhibition: Soho’s Partisan Coffee House
Earlier this summer, 540 people completed our public survey providing feedback on our draft Policy Aspirations, the top line ideas that outline the overarching aims and vision for more detailed policies on Soho’s environment, housing, culture, commerce and heritage. The … Continue reading Plan for Soho Policy Aspirations – public survey results are announced!
Where do we start? The Spirit of Soho mural, on Broadwick Street at the junction with Carnaby Street, is as good a place as any. It was … Continue reading What’s special about Soho?