Architect Maccreanor Lavington behind 370 homes scheme

Architect Maccreanor Lavington has submitted plans to Southwark council for a 39-storey brick-clad residential tower on south London’s Old Kent Road.

The scheme is made up of three buildings that will include a total of 372 homes, retail, workspace and café. It will also include roof gardens on the lower levels.

A church on the site is being relocated to the nearby Peckham Park Road with a grade II listed mural designed by Polish artist Adam Kossowski in 1965.

Client on the scheme is a team featuring Civic Centre Ltd, Shaviram Development Ltd and Old Kent Road Regeneration Ltd.

Other firms working on the scheme include planning consultant DP9, project director Chris Horn Associates and structural engineer AKT II.

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How the scheme will look when completed