Description of Malt Street Regeneration
Malt Street Regeneration development by Berkeley in the Old Kent Road Opportunity Area in London SE1.
The development proposes up to 1,300 homes (of which 35% are affordable) and up to 7,000sqm of non-residential floorspace.
Planning application determined: Q1 2019
Work commences on site: Q2 2019
First residents due to move in: 2022
Berkeley acquired the land: 2013 - 2014
2017 July - Planning application submitted for: Phase 1 and outline planning permission for subsequent phases: Full planning permission for the demolition of existing buildings and structures and redevelopment of the central area (Phase 1) for the erection of a total of 4 buildings, two at 7 storeys (B9&B12), one at 15 storeys (B10), and one at 44 storeys (B4) (max height 147.12m AOD) to provide 420 homes, 1,197 sqm GEA of Class B1(c) floorspace and 785 sqm GEA of non-residential floor space within classes A1-A4, Class B1 and Class D1 and D2 use, an energy centre (750 sqm) and new public open space and public realm with 131 on street and basement car parking spaces and 697 cycle spaces. Outline planning permission (scale, layout, landscaping, access and appearance reserved) for the demolition of existing buildings and structures and the erection of a seven buildings (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B11) ranging in height from 5 to 39 storeys (max height 132.9m AOD) to provide up to 88,052sqm floorspace GEA, comprising up to 880 residential units, up to 3,316 sqm GEA of Class B1(c) floorspace and up to 1,702sqm GEA of non-residential floor space within classes A1-A4, Class B1, Class D1 and D2 use and 4 car parking spaces at ground level and up to 1,453 cycle spaces, with associated new open space, public realm, car parking and associated works. Southwark Council ref. no. 17/AP/2773.