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This mixed-use regeneration scheme opens up a landlocked, poor-quality industrial site creating permeable links via a new linear park and large civic square. Around the public routes are eleven carefully placed buildings which range in height from five to 44 storeys. The scheme provides for new and existing communities.
Malt Street comprises up to 1,300 new homes, 4,500 sqm of light industrial space and 2,500 sqm of other commercial space. In addition, around 400 new permanent jobs will be created. Other major benefits for the area include new arts spaces, improvements to local play facilities and a new central civic square.
The development forms an important part of the vision for the Old Kent Road Opportunity Area which Southwark Council has set out in the Area Action Plan.
Contact: Sean Tickle, Tom Lawson.
Client: Berkeley Homes
LPA: LB Southwark
Architect: Rolfe Judd Architecture