Ive been continuing to read the consultants report on Pop. It's clear that Pop would have been financially unviable if it hadn't got the lease extension. Makeshift would survive due the to backing of hip property developers The Collective as they have Peckham levels now. Yet the Council report keeps repeating that Pop has a "commercially sustainable model". I just don't see it. And that's not because I dislike Pop. It's just the facts as Jason writes in the article shows its yet to prove itself as a sustainable model. Reading the consultants report it shows how the local authority has had to step in to keep Pop afloat. Early on in report it says there have been two steering groups to run Pop. The first a " Council focused steering group". Grow/ Pop almost ran aground at the start. The report implies that it was Council who really got Pop on a more stable basis. Then "entrepreneurism" came into play. ( See page 13 point 18 of report).