TfL builds on housing programme as permission granted for London development
A development partnership has announced that it has been granted permission for the creation of a new mixed-use site in London.
The North Lambeth development, proposed by Connected Living London (CLL) – the formal partnership between Grainger and Transport for London (TfL) - has been designed by Hawkins/Brown and will provide 139 new rental homes.
The development will occupy a site currently being used to facilitate the delivery of the Northern Line Extension.
Ben Tate, head of build to rent at TfL, commented: “It’s brilliant to be given the go-ahead for the first of our schemes in Lambeth, building on the success of our scheme at Southall.
“Our scheme at Montford Place is a truly mixed-use development.
“It will provide new rental homes that are desperately needed and will contribute to the local economy by delivering a significant amount of great commercial space that will enable business to flourish.”
Mike Keaveney, director of land and development, Grainger, said “This is another great milestone for Connected Living London and will see the delivery of much needed quality rental homes for people in Lambeth.
“We look forward to seeing this vibrant new mixed-use community brought to life.”
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