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Planning applications for two South London mixed use schemes submitted

Two planning applications have been submitted for separate mixed used schemes in South London. If permission is granted, they will together deliver an extra 482 homes and 3,100 square metres of commercial space.07 Oct 2011

One of the applications has been submitted to Southwark Council to request permission for the redevelopment of the former Quebec Way Industrial Estate. 

The application seeks permission for the construction of seven blocks which will be between three and six storeys high.  

It is proposed that the blocks will be situated around landscaped courtyards and will contain 366 flats. Also included in the plans are provisions for a mini market, nursery, gym, coffee shop, community hall and 1,600 square metres of commercial space.  

To improve the sustainability of the proposed development, the proposals include solar photovoltaic and gas district heating, which will help achieve Code for Sustainable Homes level four rating under Government guidance.  

A planning application has also been submitted for the redevelopment of the former Price's Patent Candle Factory in Battersea.  

The application for the York Road development is for a mixed use scheme made up of 99 flats with 12 additional flats in a converted former factory building. The development will also feature five houses and 1,500 square metres of retail and office space.  

The building has been designed by Alan Camp Architects and Outerspace Landscape Architecture has designed the landscaping.