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Michael Trentham scoops planning for Peckham pub redevelopment

[First look + plans] Michael Trentham Architects has won planning permission for this residential project to redevelop a pub site in Peckham, south London

Approved late last year, the 18-unit scheme replaces a pub called The Marlboro which is close to 6a Architects’ South London Gallery extension project on Peckham Road.

Michael Trentham’s London brown brick scheme – set within the Sceaux Gardens Conservation Area – features pressured treated cedar shingles and frameless structural glass balustrades.

Michael Trentham Architects' residential project to redevelop a pub in Peckham, south London

Michael Trentham Architects’ residential project to redevelop a pub in Peckham, south London


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