Communal gardens to feature in south London brownfield development

Architect ColladoCollins has been granted planning permission to develop a brownfield site in Peckham, south London which will add green space to a previously industrial and commercial area.

Two communal gardens part of scheme approved by planners. Image: ColladoCollins
Two communal gardens part of scheme approved by planners. Image: ColladoCollins

The 1,160sqm site in the London borough of Southwark will feature 22 residential dwellings as well as two new communal gardens.

The development will replace a shop and a salvage yard 

ColladoCollins said that its aim in was "to make a positive contribution and act as a catalyst for further renovation and refurbishment in Peckham". 

The ColladoCollins practice is based in London. It was formed by Roy Collado and Jonathan Collins in 2004 and operates across several sectors, delivered designs for complex mixed-use projects, large residential schemes and retail schemes. 


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