CGI of the new building at the Capital House site in London Bridge, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox

CGI of the new building at the Capital House site in London Bridge, designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox


Capital House

40-46 Weston Street, London SE1 3QD
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Description of Capital House

Capital House redevelopment on Weston Street in London Bridge SE1.

The site is located in the London Borough of Southwark and sits diagonally opposite the southern entrance to London Bridge Station.


2018 Nov - The amendments to the planning application (18/AP/0900) were submitted to London Borough of Southwark in November 2018 following the second public exhibition on 17th and 20th October 2018. The amended scheme includes a 20m reduction in height (153m to 133m)
and green walls.

March 2018 - Planning apllication submitted for: Redevelopment of the site to include the demolition of Capital House and the erection of a 39-storey building (3 basement levels and ground with mezzanine and 38 storeys) of a maximum height of 137.9m (AOD) to provide up to 905 student accommodation units (Sui Generis use), flexible retail/café/office floorspace (Class A1/A3/B1), cycle parking, servicing, refuse and plant areas, public realm improvements and other associated works incidental to the development. Soutwark Council 18/AP/0900.

1. Southwark Council

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
London Bridge Rail Station
Southeastern, Southern, Thameslink
Guy's Hospital

News: (1)

New on Buildington!

Greystar's Capital House redevelopment project on Weston Street in London Bridge SE1.

22/05/2019 09:56 by Buildington

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