Edward Cullinan Architects has won planning permission for a six-storey residential scheme that will open up views of the rose window of the 11th-century Winchester Palace in Clink Street, south London. The western end of the historic church ruin, once the palace of the bishop of Southwark, is currently obscured by a 1960s warehouse. The scheme forms part of a larger £11m mixed-use development and awaits schedule approval by English Heritage while a six-month excavation is carried out. The developer is JO Sims, formerly a trader in nearby Borough market, with Price & Myers as structural and services engineer, Fisherking as property consultant and Gleeds as QS.