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PRP resubmits plans for Myatts Field estate redevelopment

PRP Architects has resubmitted its planning application for the redevelopment of Myatts Field North estate in Lambeth, south London following a cost review by the government

The 808-home PFI project was withdrawn earlier this year but has been resubmitted for planning following a successful value for money review by the government.

The project features a new park and community centre (pictured) which will contain a cafe, crèche, community rooms, music/youth room, IT suite, and management office for the entire estate.

The site is owned by Lambeth Borough Council and is being developed as part of a PFI consortium with Regenter and Higgins Construction.

Last week, PRP scooped three Housing Design Awards at an event in the Houses of Parliament. The studio’s Potobello Square, Trees in Highgate and St Bedes, Bedford schemes received prizes.

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