In addition to new homes, our proposals include approximately 2,600 sqm of commercial space on the ground and first floors, offering services that respond to consumer needs whilst opening space to emerging and independent retailers. Public landscaping and greening will also be a priority, with plants and greenery throughout the public realm and on roof spaces. The proposals aspire to achieve a biodiversity net gain of 61% on-site, well above the 10% policy target set out by the GLA. The scheme will also include a sustainable transport hub, which we aspire to deliver in partnership with Winston Farquharson. As the local business owner of SE20 Cycles, with established connections to the community, Hadley has partnered with Winston on community projects to build a greater understanding of local need and deliver future active travel provision that works for everyone.