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NEWS MIXED USE


Maccreanor Lavington’s Southwark scheme given the green light


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Southwark Council has approved a new mixed-use building that forms part of the Ruby Street Triangle on Old Kent Road, in south London. The planning committee gave unanimous approval to the Maccreanor Lavington scheme – for developer Acorn Commercial. It comprises 111 new homes, plus over of workspace, retail and cafe


2000 m2


uses, and the re-provision of an existing church and community facility. The new building is located on a prominent junction between Ruby Street, Murdock


ADF JANUARY 2020


Street and the Old Kent Road. A three-storey plinth responds to the scale


of lower existing buildings, creating a streetscape on Ruby Street. A “faceted” tower rises to 22 storeys, and forms part of an emerging cluster of taller buildings within the context of the Ruby Triangle scheme. The apartments range from one to three


bedrooms, with over 36 per cent being affordable tenure. A single entrance lobby and circulation, including access to communal roof terraces, helps ensure the tenure-blind nature of the design.


The circulation space within each apartment has been minimised by the designers, with a view to maximising the area of the living/dining spaces. As a result, many of the proposed flat typologies have living/dining spaces which “far exceed minimum guidelines,” and are capable of accommodating additional or large pieces of furniture such as desks and storage for a home office. All balconies to the two- bed and three-bed units are recessed, except where large private roof terraces are provided.


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