[First look] Hunters has won planning permission for this controversial project to rebuild the post-war Excalibur Estate in Catford London
James Wallace, director at Hunters said: ‘When it is built I’m sure the residents will enjoy the new sustainable community that has been designed for them.
‘L&Q have given the residents an opportunity to contribute and develop ideas in a creative forum and this masterplan represents four years of hard work and commitment from all sides.’
Jerome Geoghegan, L&Q group director development and sales said: ‘We have been working closely with residents of Excalibur who have informed our plans and had a big say in shaping our proposals for a new estate.’
The project features 228 affordable homes and 143 for private sale along with 296 car parking spaces and provision for parking 371 cycles.