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Make submits Elephant and Castle revamp masterplan

Make has submitted an outline planning application for its £1.5 billion Elephant and Castle redevelopment masterplan

The 8.8 ha scheme replaces the area’s 1970s Heygate council housing estate with 2,500 homes and a new park.

As many as 25 per cent of the new homes will be affordable.

The £1.5 billion project is part of a regeneration agreement between developer Lend Lease and local authority Southwark Council.

Mark Dickinson of Lend Lease said: ‘Elephant and Castle is one of Europe’s most exciting regeneration projects.  London desperately needs new homes and Lend Lease is proud to be playing a part in helping the Capital to meet the growing demand.

‘We are the perfect partner for Elephant and Castle – our expertise in developing large, complex, mixed-use regeneration schemes is second to none.  I am delighted to be bringing Lend Lease’s global experience in regeneration to this vital part of south London.’

Councillor Fiona Colley, cabinet member for regeneration at Southwark Council, added: ‘Transforming the Heygate is a hugely important cornerstone to Southwark Council’s £1.5bn regeneration plans for Elephant and Castle. We welcome the planning application, which will be considered by the council’s planning committee, making further steps towards the long-awaited vision for the area that residents look forward to seeing become a reality.’

If approved, the project’s first phase is expected to begin in 2013.

The masterplan for the redevelopment of Elephant and Castle in south London

The masterplan for the redevelopment of Elephant and Castle in south London

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