Our planning application is submitted for the redevelopment of Elizabeth House, Waterloodownload the press release
We are pleased to confirm that our plans have been submitted to Lambeth Council for the redevelopment of our Elizabeth House site in Waterloo.
Our proposed scheme involving the redevelopment of Elizabeth House, Waterloo, designed by Stirling Prize winning architects AHMM, aims to deliver around 1.2 million square feet of workspace, new retail and a transformed public realm next to the UK’s busiest train station (Waterloo Station).
A key feature of our plans is the one-acre garden promenade, directly connected to Waterloo Station and of benefit to the 100 million users of the station each year. Additionally, a new public route called ‘Waterloo Curve’, will provide a major new pedestrian street for the area which would be lined with shops and cafés.
Since we acquired the building in May 2017, we’ve been pleased to meet so many of the local stakeholders and community groups particularly during our consultation programme, which has shown positive support for the plans.
If planning permission is granted, then our development would bring approximately 11,000 jobs to an area which has previously seen job numbers decline. Our proposed scheme would support a variety of workspaces to create an ecosystem of occupiers within the building and an employment, training and skills package for local people.