A car park in Peckham where you can hang out, eat street food, drink cocktails, and go wild on the 'gram... stop us if you've heard this one before. Peckham Levels is a grand old project with lofty ambitions, taking over a pissy, desolate car park and converting it into a creative community hub. Its seven floors will be transformed into part studio space, part public hangout - a place for the local creative community to work, collaborate, and do overpriced yoga by candlelight. The first five floors will be studio space for local artists, designers, architects, and other makers and doers, but it's the top two floors that will really be of practical interest to you. Here you've got seven street food traders (including Caribbean staple Drum & Flats, local Kurdish cafe Nandine, Chinese street food Hao Hao Chi and chicken burgers from Otherside Fried), a natural wine bar, yoga space, music event venue, and even a hair and beauty salon. One way or another, you're going to find yourself in a selfie. Don't fight it.