London Borough of Southwark
Project Cost

Planning consent granted


The Southwark Regeneration in Partnership Programme (SRPP) was set up by Southwark Council to identify a number of Council-owned sites of varying size and development potential. These sites will be packaged to create viable opportunities for development and regeneration. This forms part of Southwark’s pledge to building 11,000 new Council homes by 2034, with the first 1,500 to be delivered by 2018.
Within this programme Bell Phillips Architects is currently working with Southwark on nine sites located across the Borough from London Bridge, through Bermondsey and Walworth to Rotherhithe.
Across these sites we developed proposals for over 500 new homes across all tenures and ancillary uses including health centres, sports provision and education.
The complex project has required extensive consultation with numerous stakeholders within the Council to consider viability, procurement, phasing and decanting strategies as well as consultation with external third parties and residents and businesses within the local communities. In addition, we have assisted Southwark with the tender process to secure development partners to develop the sites post-planning.