Glas has won planning permission for this £3 million mixed-use scheme on the former site of the Southwark Bacon, Smoking and Curing Factory in London. The project, for client ClearBest, will create 26 residential units and 10 commercial units and forms part of the wider regeneration of the area. Glas has attempted to engage the ground-floor units with the local environment, creating spaces for restaurants, cafes and shops, while offices and apartments are located on the upper levels.
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