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PRP wins approval for Brixton's tallest tower

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PRP has won planning approval for the tallest tower in Brixton as part of the final phase of the £200million Stockwell Park Estate regeneration scheme in south London

Backed by London-based housing association Network Housing Group, the redevelopment of Thrayle House will see the replacement of an existing 1970s block with buildings including a 20-storey tower next to Stockwell skatepark.

Lambeth Council’s planning committee gave the project the go-ahead last Tuesday (12 April).

The mixed-use development includes 177 new homes for Community Trust Housing, part of Network Housing Group, featuring 41 homes for affordable rent, 40 affordable homes for active elderly people over the age of 55 and 96 private sale apartments. The ground floor will feature retail and community space.

The scheme, which has courtyard townhouses, duplex dwellings, dual aspect apartments and penthouses, is due to start on site in early 2018.

PRP has worked with the housing association and the London borough of Lambeth on the Stockwell Park masterplan since 2008.

Thrayle House by PRP

Thrayle House by PRP

Site - ground floor

Project data

Location Stockwell, LB Lambeth
Type of project
Mixed-use
Start on site Early 2018
Client Community Trust Housing for Network Housing Group
Masterplanner & Architect PRP
Landscape Architect PRP
Sustainability Consultants PRP
Energy Consultants PRP
Daylight and Sunlight Consultants PRP
Planning consultant Jones Lang La Salle
Transport Planning Transport Planning at PRP
Structural engineer Tully De’Ath Consultants
M&E consultant CBG Consultants
Project Manager & Cost Consultant Mace

PRP Thrayle House Sketch

PRP Thrayle House Sketch

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