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Our Vision

Our proposals are residential led, delivering 1,548 new homes at a range of rents, in buildings of varying sizes across the neighbourhood, alongside a new secondary school facility, employment, cultural and retail spaces, knitted into the neighbourhood through a network of new landscaped spaces and convenient routes.

Proposals Key

1. The school
2. Keeton’s Road
3. Salter Square and a new play area
4. Drummond Road
5. Retained warehouse building
6. St James’s Road junction
7. The heart of the site and the yards
8. Pedestrian walkways

1. The School

A new 600 place secondary school for Compass School Southwark delivered in our first phase, also offering community use of sports facilities.

Keetons Road, including the school Keetons Road, including the school

2. Keeton’s Road

Reinstatement of Keeton’s Road creating a more direct and pedestrian friendly route between Bermondsey Station and The Blue. New residential buildings with small retailers at ground floor, new public spaces, seating, planting and trees.

A network of well-used streets & spaces

4 . Drummond Road

Primarily new residential buildings, with creative workspace at ground floor complementing the existing businesses within the Biscuit Factory (in buildings owned and manged by Workspace Group Plc).

3. Salter Square and Keeton’s playspace

New residential buildings overlooking public square and a multi-use community space. Opposite, a destination play space, adjacent to family friendly amenities at ground floor such as a crèche and a play-café.

Supporting a thriving community Supporting a thriving community

5. Retained Warehouse Building

Iconic former factory building refurbished to provide a mix of retail, cultural and community activity at ground floor, with office and residential above. A large publicly accessible landscaped roof terrace would offer views over the city.

Creating  variation

6. St James’s Road Junction

A new mixed-use building acting as a gateway to the site for pedestrians walking along the ‘Low Line’, with leisure and office space on the ground and lower storeys, and residential above.

7. The heart of the site – The Yards

A cluster of three taller buildings form a local marker at the heart of the new development. The buildings are framed by a series of different types of public spaces designed for people to sit and relax and connecting to the newly proposed publicly accessible courtyard.

8. Pedestrian walkways

Proposed provision for two new pedestrian walkways under the railway to better connect The Blue, which we will need to work with the new arch owners to deliver.