A Taylor Wimpey led joint venture has been given the green light by Wandsworth Council in London. The £1.4bn project will see the construction of approx. 2,550 new homes as well as a children’s centre and nursery, a library, as well as a leisure and community centre, and will overlook a new 2.49ha public park. 893 homes will be designated as “affordable”.
The South London Project would be the second phase in a scheme which began in September 2018 and has seen the construction of 2 housing blocks on the site as well as a new church and school. The current phase would see the addition of a 32-storey HTA-designed residential block.
The Mayor of London is due to give his final decision within the next fortnight.
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