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Spring Mews - Glasshouse Walk, SE11


  • The aspiration is to regenerate this site into a vibrant mixed-use development which will:
  • Produce an increased number of local jobs
  • Offer a broader range of services and facilities for the local community
  • Construct a new building for the Vauxhall Gardens Community Centre
  • Provide student accommodation which could allow shared student houses to be released for families within the Borough
  • Facilitate greater access through the site and links within the area and enliven Spring Gardens
  • Create a lively mews for community and business use creating activity at street level on Tinworth Street and Vauxhall Walk
  • Deliver an attractive contemporary architectural environment that reflects the best qualities of the surrounding area

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Vauxhall Square - London SW8



The proposed mixed use scheme is for approximately 1.2 million sq ft gross area (111,483 sq m).  The scheme has been designed by leading architects Allies and Morrison. The proposal includes:-

  • a major new public square (similar in size to Paternoster Square in Central London)
  • over 200,000 sq ft (18,580 sq m) of offices
  • a 300 bed hotel
  • over 80,000 sq ft (7,432 sq m) of retail with restaurants and bars
  • over 400 residential apartments in two towers of over 40 storeys
  • a 6 screen cinema
  • approximately 240 bed student housing

In addition to the proposed redevelopment of the island site bounded by Bondway, Miles Street, Wandsworth Road and Parry Street, CLS is proposing an innovative solution to the issue of pedestrian movement around the busy Vauxhall gyratory road system.

The proposal, by incorporating a series of elegant contemporary aerial walkways to be known as “the Linear Walk”, will link the different sites and streets around Vauxhall Cross, opening up the area for its next phase of regeneration to coincide with the arrival of the US Embassy.

CLS intends to submit a detailed planning application in late 2011 and vacant possession of the site is expected in 2014.  Subject to receipt of an acceptable planning consent, the scheme is intended to be developed for completion in 2016/2017, which is similar to the anticipated delivery of the new embassy. The scheme is expected to have a development cost of more than £250 million.