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Make and Carey Jones reveal plans for Wandsworth tower

The first images have been unveiled of the result of a collaboration between Ken Shuttleworth's practice Make and Carey Jones.

The duo have submitted a revised planning application for this 27-storey tower in Wandsworth, south-West London.

They were commissioned by developer Wandsworth Riverside Quarter to draw up plans for the tower, a neighbouring leisure centre, commercial floor-space and surrounding public space.

Plans for a previous residential scheme on the brownfield site were granted by Wandsworth council in 2001. The new application increases the number of homes to 646.

However, the tower and surrounding masterplan are facing opposition from the Wandsworth Society, which is objecting to the height of the tower.

by Ed Dorrell

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