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Studio Egret West to design Waterloo tower

Studio Egret West is to design a 34-storey residential tower in Waterloo, the AJ understands

The studio will be working with Christian charity Oasis and social housing contractor and developer United House on the apartment-led scheme in Westminster Bridge Road which also includes offices for the charity and a community centre.

The developer has said it is set to carry out consultations with the London Borough of Lambeth and local residents ‘to assist the development of the design’, which is still in early stages.

Studio Egret West has worked with United House previously in Lambeth, for the Clapham One scheme with developer Cathedral Group (pictured bottom).

The founder of Oasis, Steve Chalke said: ‘We are working hard to meet the needs of the local community and to develop a sustainable programme of positive and inspirational change. I’m confident we can develop a scheme that builds on our work and create huge benefits for the community.’

The site is close to the Christchurch and Upton Chapel Lambeth North, and next to Century House - the 22-storey former MI6 Building refurbished by Assael Architects in 2002.

Studio Egret West Clapham One

Studio Egret West’s Clapham One scheme for United House

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