Mace and PRP working on Clapham estate makeover

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A team featuring Mace and architect PRP has been given the green light to build 2,500 homes in south London under a £1.6bn regeneration being masterminded by housing association Metropolitan.

Lambeth planners OK’d the Clapham Park scheme which will see the number of homes on the estate doubled to more than 4,000.

Metropolitan took over running the estate from Lambeth back in 2005 with more than 500 new homes built and a further 700 refurbished.

More than half the new homes are affordable with the scheme also featuring new public realm, green space and children’s play areas.

Mace is QS on the job with PRP acting as masterplanner, architect and landscape architect. Others working on the deal include civils consultant Hoare Lee, planning consultant JLL and structural consultant Rambol.