Planning permission for the Thrayle House scheme, part of the £200m Stockwell Park Estate regeneration programme, has recently been granted by Lambeth Council Planning Committee.
Rund Partnership are appointed as Clerk of Works by Network Housing Group on the Thrayle House development, which will provide 177 new homes and 1,358 square metres of flexible retail and community space.
Network has been working closely in partnership with the London Borough of Lambeth to regenerate Stockwell Park since 2008. The Thrayle House redevelopment is the latest phase of our £200m regeneration programme. The new homes will include 81 social rented dwellings including 41 for families, 40 homes for the active elderly, along with 96 homes for private sale.
Vicky Savage, Executive Director of Network Housing Group said: “This scheme has been designed in close consultation with the local community to preserve and enhance local facilities such as the skatepark whilst providing a range of much needed, well designed new homes for London.”