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CGI of the proposed development at 596-608 Old Kent Road designed by MaccreanorLavington.

CGI of the proposed development at 596-608 Old Kent Road designed by MaccreanorLavington.

29.12.2018 southwark.gov.uk

596-608 Old Kent Road

Address:
596-608 Old Kent Road, London SE15 1JB
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
Forthcoming
Flats:
372
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198

Description of 596-608 Old Kent Road

The mixed-use development at 596-608 Old Kent Road and land at Livesey Place in London SE15.

Plans include:
- 372 apartments
- a new church, to replace the existing Civic Centre
- Ca 2,500m2 Offices and Light Industrial space
- Ca 500m2 Retail / Cafe space

2018 October - Planning application submitted for: Mixed-use redevelopment comprising the demolition of all existing buildings and structures (listed mural to be removed and stored prior to demolition, and incorporated into proposed development); construction of three buildings arranged around a central plinth ranging in height from 10 to 38 storeys (maximum height +142.8m AOD) above single basement, ground and mezzanines floors, to provide a range of uses including 372 residential units (Use Class C3), place of worship (Use Class D1), retail (Use Classes A1-A4), and office / light industrial (Use Classes B1(a)/B1(c)); means of access, public realm and landscaping works, parking and cycle storage provision, energy centre / plant and servicing areas, and associated ancillary works. Applicant: Civic Centre Ltd, Shaviram Development Ltd & Old
Kent Road Regeneration Ltd. Architect: MaccreanorLavington. Southwark Council ref. no. 18/AP/3284.

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