Southwark Regeneration in Partnership Programme
Beormund Primary Crosby Row SE1
- residential new build with new SILS KS4 pupil referral unit
- capacity - 110 units of mixed tenure
- Bell Phillips Architects
We're proposing to relocate the existing Beormund Primary School to a larger site that will enable the development of a new and enhanced school. The existing Southwark Inclusive Learning Service School (Porlock Hall) is to be re-provided within a larger, state of the art facility within the proposed site boundary that will see its intake increase from 60 to 90 pupils.
As both schools are special educational needs (SEN) schools, Southwark Council intend to fund these improvements and new facilities via the sale of homes on this site. Furthermore, the housing proposed will also provide for social rent and intermediate housing to meet Southwark Council’s ambitious target to build 11,000 new homes by 2043.
Our proposal involves a number of key stakeholders and impacts on a variety of local people. We're seeking your views to ensure our final proposal provides both high quality homes whilst also providing educational facilities that meet the Borough’s growing demand.
The redevelopment proposals for the scheme are at an early stage. Stakeholder consultations are to take place with the Pupil Referral Unit in the coming weeks. Following feedback from the first consultation, a further consultation on a developed scheme is anticipated to take place in June 2017.
The consultation event held at 74 Long Lane (opposite Beormund Primary School), London SE1 4AU on Tuesday 4 April 2017 from 5.30pm to 8pm was designed to introduce you to the scheme and obtain your views about our design proposals.
You can download the consultation boards (pdf, 4.3mb) here.
Page last updated: 11 August 2017