CGI of the planned 2-18 Yelverton Road building designed by GRID architects

CGI of the planned 2-18 Yelverton Road building designed by GRID architects


2-18 Yelverton Road

2-18 Yelverton Road, London SW11 3SL
Local Authority:
Mixed use

Description of 2-18 Yelverton Road

2-18 Yelverton Road is a residential-led mixed-use development in Battersea, London SW11.

The scheme will create 74 new homes and creative workspace space. 35% of the dwellings are affordable.

The 0.1-hectare site is situated on the corner of Yelverton Road and Holman Road.

Construction is expected to start in 2020.

Planning History

2020 February - Demolition of an existing building and structures and erection of a part 3/16 storey mixed-use development plus basement, providing 357 sq.m of commercial office floor space (Class B1a) and 231 sq.m of creative workspace (flexible Class B1/Sui Generis) at ground and basement levels and 74 residential units at upper levels; communal garden on the 3rd floor; with 6 car parking spaces and cycle parking spaces at basement level; disabled car parking space on Yelverton Road and visitor cycle parking spaces on York Road and associated infrastructure works. Planning Consultant Savills. Wandsworth Council ref. no. 2019/2295.

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Clapham Junction Rail Station
Badric Court - 1 min. walking / 16 metres
44, N44

News: (1)

Planning Permission Granted

London Borough of Wandsworth council has granted planning permission for development at 2-18 Yelverton Road in Wandsworth SW11.

GRID Architects have designed new homes, employment and creative workspace space within a constrained site, which is currently home to Sambrooks Brewery (relocating to a nearby development in Wandsworth Town). 35% of the units are affordable.

Sustainability is a key driver for GRID’s design proposals, with the terrace level garden spaces introducing an opportunity for increased biodiversity in the local area, while contributing to a sustainable drainage approach. In combination with the Biosolar Green Roof on top of the building, this means the development exceeds the draft London Plan’s Urban Greening Factor (UGF) target and will help Wandsworth tackle the challenges of climate change, poor air quality and deficiencies in green space.

Read more about the design on the architect's website at

22/02/2020 09:26 by Buildington

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