Grosvenor, like Bermondsey, has a special place in the history of London.

We have been creating new neighbourhoods in London for more than 300 years and our goal today remains the same: to make great places where people want to live, work, learn and visit.
Bermondsey was at the heart of London’s industrial heritage, a proud and hardworking community that was home to a range of businesses and manufacturers, such as the Peek Frean Biscuit Factory on Clements Road.
In 2013, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland became owner of the majority of the site upon which this much loved biscuit factory once stood, and the adjoining former campus site on Drummond Road. Throughout our programme of public consultation that began in 2015 we have been developing our plans for the site. Our vision is to create a new part of this neighbourhood which is fully integrated into Bermondsey, both physically and socially, and is a place where people want to live, work, learn and visit.
In October, we submitted a planning application to Southwark Council. The full documentation can be viewed here by entering reference number 17/AP/4088 and a summary of the proposals can be seen here. Thank you to everyone that has contributed their ideas and views throughout this process, which have helped to shape and inform our proposals.

Following the submission of our planning application, we have endeavoured to undertake further engagement with various stakeholders, including design and planning officers at the London Borough of Southwark. In response we are proposing a series of minor alterations and design changes which are set out in a set of revisions to the original submission. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Community Insight & Engagement Manager at / 020 7312 6212.

Watch our film, or visit the final masterplan page to learn more about our proposals.
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