In addition to new homes, approximately 2,600 sqm of exciting commercial space on the ground and first floors will be included in the development, offering services that respond to the existing and emerging local retail need. The
scheme will also offer new community spaces and commercial uses, as well as a sustainable transport hub, with the scope to open these opportunities to emerging and independent retailers. Winston Farquharson, a local business owner of SE20 Cycles, has been involved with our community projects with ambitions for him to be involved in our long-term scheme to provide active travel amenities to residents.
Additionally, greening will be a priority, with plans to place plants and greenery around the development and on roof spaces. Achieving a biodiversity net gain of 61% is expected on-site, well in excess of the 10% policy target set out by the GLA.