June 2012 Archives
St James Group part of the Berkeley Homes group have recently submitted a planning application for the development of a part 14-28 storey tower at Eastbury House (30-34 Albert Embankment, SE1). The mixed use development aims to provide 46 residential units (26% of which will be affordable), 840 sq m gross office space and 100 sq m retail space, as well a public piazza.
The development along with the 'Riverlight' development previously known as Tideway Wharf (for which St James has received planning permission from Wandsworth Council last year), will play a significant role in the wider regeneration of the Nine Elms Area as well as acting as a catalyst for other developers and landowners to follow with their own development proposals
Image courtesy of Boyer Planning 2012
The planning application can be viewed here.
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Residential Update – August 2012
We take a look at the inner boroughs at the mid-year point from the applications and permissions in the planning pipeline, the starts and completions in the construction pipeline and ending with a flavour of the sales and pricing situation.
Red Book Executive Summary – May 2012
An in-depth review of the current state of the London residential development market across all 33 London boroughs from planning and construction pipeline to sales and pricing.