through cultural business.
Trading Through Displacement
Regent Land Developments Planning Proposal
Re-Open Following Forced Closure
Forced Business Closure
Royal Courts Justice Eviction
Our unisex barbershop is a pinnacle place of social interaction and public discourse, integration with open debate, voicing public concerns, and engaging in discussions about contemporary issues.
A simple system of providing quality, speed and value for money locally. Convenient for users of our additional services with a trusted team of car wash specialists.
Unisex hair studio is a place of social interaction and public discourse, integration with open debate, voicing public concerns and engaging in discussions about contemporary issues.
Youth Music Studio
Our music studio is for both professional and aspiring young musicians, focusing on affordable music production access for youth. The studio plans to provide free youth music programmes in 2023 for young people between 12-20, with current funding routes in the works.
Caribbean Food Takeaway
A curated street food point of the SE16 community where many gather and pass through because of food, a space where people engage in and partake in the sharing of culture and community. Afro-Caribbean cuisine is often misrepresented in mainstream food culture at Plush our chef will keep you coming back.
On 11th August 2022, our landlord activated an eviction to seek Vacant Possession of the site when our lease expired. Ahead of our lease expiry we were told to sit tight and wait that we were entitled to Business Relocation as outlined by Southwark Council
Through community uproar, our #NOPRICEONCULTURE campaign sought clarity from The London Borough of Southwark that a Business Relocation Strategy was indeed a right to be fulfilled by Regent Land and Developments..
PlushSE16, a concept from Michael Clinkett at the age of 22 through cultural business, has helped address local & London-wide social issues and harnessed through his social entrepreneurialism a proactive and connected community through an affordable first-business in-the-community offering for over 20 years whilst enabling local talent, supporting our youth and vulnerable adults by being a rooted community.
Exclusive: Rotherhithe landowner, who says she is evicting Plush SE16 so housing can be built ‘for the community’, gives one month stay of execution
ITV London visited Plush to report the current situation of the Business Relocation Strategy, coverage reported by Antoine Allen.
Rotherhithe: Evicted small business owner gets keys back and is free to start trading again
My London Live
Bailiffs trying to evict London barber and carwash so developer can build tower block warned by police