Southwark Regeneration in Partnership Programme
Braganza Street SE17
The proposal seeks to redevelop the site to provide 33 residential units in a mixture of flats, maisonettes and houses contained in five blocks of between three- and five storeys. A sixth block would provide Class B1 floor space over three-storeys. Four of the five blocks on the main part of the site would be set around a central garden courtyard that would include paving, planting, trees, seating and play equipment, with the vehicle access retained onto Braganza Street, and a new pedestrian entrance proposed onto Doddington Grove.
This application is part of the Southwark Regeneration in Partnership Programme (SRPP), which together with other programmes within the Council seek to deliver more affordable housing within the borough. The proposed housing mix is 5 x intermediate tenure and 28 x private tenure housing.
All blocks would be constructed in brickwork, with pre-cast concrete copings, coloured render to the recessed balconies, and PPC finish aluminium windows, entrance doors and balcony railings.
All units would have private amenity space; the ground floor units would have private gardens, and the upper units would have balconies or roof terraces. Six wheelchair adaptable units are proposed and three wheelchair car parking spaces near to the Braganza Street entrance to the site. The houses in Blocks A and E would have their own individual bin and cycle stores, while the other blocks would have communal refuse storage in Block F and cycle stores within the blocks and gardens of the duplexes. Block F would provide 428sqm GIA office floor space (Class B1) in a three-storey building, with a pitched roof.
Planning Status: Application 17/AP/0907 for: Full Planning Application. Planning obtained.
Demolition of existing buildings and erection of 5 new blocks, ranging from 3 to 5 storeys in height comprising 33 new homes (5 x intermediate and 28 x private)(Use Class C3) and one new 3 storey block comprising 428sqm of workspace (Use Class B1) with associated landscaping, disabled car parking, cycle parking and public realm works.
Proposed delivery timeline
The council is in the process of procuring a development partner for the delivery of the Albion Civic Site via the Office of the European Journal. The selection questionnaire has been issued and received and the council has now shortlisted five developers to submit Invitation to Tender (ITT). The ITT is expected to be issued in November 2017 and return of ITT to be in December 2017. Clarifications and evaluation of tender is expected to be completed by the end of January 2018. The appointment of a developer partner to deliver the project is expected to be by March 2018. It's expected the contract will be delivered within 24 months by the end of March 2020.
Page last updated: 07 February 2018