Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (Grosvenor) is seeking further feedback on its emerging plans to deliver a significant number of new homes in Bermondsey, alongside a new secondary school, a mix of other complementary uses, and high-quality open spaces and new routes.
Since acquiring the two adjacent sites totalling 12 acres in 2013, Grosvenor has been introducing itself to, and seeking views from, the local communities both informally and as part of the first phase of pre-application public consultation.
Although still at an early stage, Grosvenor is seeking further feedback, thoughts and ideas on the emerging plans during the next phase of public consultation. Three drop-in sessions will take place in The Community Hall at 100 Clements Road SE16 4DG on:
• Wednesday 1 March, 4-8pm
• Thursday 2 March, 4-8pm
• Saturday 4 March, 10am-1pm
Mark Curry, Development Director, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland commented: “For the past two years Grosvenor has been talking to the local community and developing active partnerships to help inform the future of the sites. We’re aiming to create a neighbourhood which is fully integrated into Bermondsey, both socially and physically, and is a place where people want to live, work, learn and visit. We’re incredibly excited by the ideas that have been put forward by the community and are looking forward to gaining more feedback during this next phase of consultation.”
Grosvenor aims to submit formal plans by the end of the year.