New housing planned for Manor Place Depot

By Natalie Vincent - Wed 13 September 2017, 5:09 pm

A neighbourhood regeneration project in Walworth is set to receive a boost with proposals to turn an old depot at Manor Place into new housing and community amenities.

The proposed new development for Manor Place Depot. Courtesy of Notting Hill Housing / Pollard Thomas Edwards

Notting Hill Housing has been approached to turn the disused depot into 270 residential mixed-tenant properties, commercial space, as well as refurbishing the Grade-II listed former pool and wash houses, as well as the railway arches.

Formerly earmarked for an unspecified environmental project, Southwark Council’s revised plan to turn the brownfield site over for housing is in line with the Mayor of London’s push to expand access to affordable housing. 



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