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  • Camberwell Magistrates Court
  • nandos
  • The Silver Buckle: that "pissed and waving a knife around at 1.30am" is not a good look, fellas. Butterfly Walk: for crimes against humanity. The ever-proliferating Etc. Stores should be referred to the Monopolies and Mergers Commission: they're worse than Microsoft! (but the one selling halloween make-up and fake blood might just - JUST - be spared on the grounds of public policy).
  • The monstrosity on the corner of Coldharbour Lane and Denmark Hill, which was in the C19th a variety hall and is reputedly haunted.
  • Castlemead Estate (the worst 60's architecture imaginable) Butterfly Walk (an 80's built shopping parade that is a total failure and architecturally redundant - plus it causes bottlenecks due to taking up space that should of been allocated as bus bays/stops The parade of ugly shops opporsite the RedStar Bar - they are ugly as hell and offer no real purpose - The ugly building above Nando's where the old cinema used to be - yet again Lambeth Council giving planning permission to somebody masquerading as an architect
  • camberwell college of arts. looks like modernism shat concrete.
  • Butterfly Walk
  • The building behind where Nando's is, Denmark Hill. It used to be a cinema but they knocked most of it down and built a really cheap, shoddy building. I think it's cheap housing for people who couldn't normally afford it which is a good thing - but they could at least have made it more attractive.
  • The Forum at Junction of Coldharbour Lane and Denmark Hill
  • Well, that Pink Monstrosity at Elephant & Castle sort of overshadows everything in South Lonnon.

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Last updated: 2008-10-14

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