Early Housing site, Stead Street, London
role   planning consultant
client   The Guinness Partnership
architects   Haworth Tompkins, Panter Hudspith Architects
The Stead Street development consists of two of the Elephant & Castle Regeneration Early Housing sites in the London Borough of Southwark. The proposal for 140 new homes, of which 84 will be affordable housing, is divided into six blocks. The scheme is designed to deliver a new place of high quality townscape.
GreerPritchard led on the submission of the planning application for this project. We were appointed in February 2012 and the application was submitted eight weeks later. Consent was granted by the Planning Committee within eight weeks.
Julie Greer led the planning negotiations, liaising with officers and advising on design development. We supported the client through Section 106 and CIL negotiations. We worked closely as a team with architects Haworth Tompkins and Panter Hudspith, and the outcome is a carefully considered and thoughtful development.
We prepared supporting statements and led on the EIA submission. Julie Greer managed the scheme through Southwark's Design Review Panel, where it was favourably received.
outcome   planning permission granted July 2012
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Stead Street, Elephant & Castle
Stead Street, Elephant & Castle
images: Haworth Tompkins and Panter Hudspith
planning and urban design