Make’s masterplan for the redevelopment of Elephant and Castle in south London has gone out to public consultation
The latest plans for the 2,500-unit residential-led mixed use scheme feature three towers of 25, 27 and 37-storeys and 16,500m² of retail space.
The Lend Lease-backed regeneration project also includes a park, energy centre and 5,000m² of community and cultural space.
‘Quality architectural design’ by a ‘variety of architects’ is described as a key aspiration for the 8.8 hectare inner city site.
The 1960s Heygate estate will be demolished to make way for the new housing which is part of a £1.5 billion regeneration agreement between Lend Lease and local authority Southwark Council.