First Base Submits £137m Mixed-use Plan For Southwark

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03 October 2016

First Base Submits £137m Mixed-use Plan For Southwark

By Digital Construction News

Developer First Base and architect AFK have applied to build a large mixed-use scheme on Tower Bridge Road in Southwark. AFK aims to ‘introduce a curved form’ to unify three existing buildings on the site in Southwark. The proposed scheme will involve 69 residential units and 137 hotel rooms.

Construction is expected to start in July 2017. The project will also incorporate a public civic square with restaurants, cafes, shops and offices to improve links between Bermondsey and river Thames.

Earle Arney, CEO of AFK, says, “This is an example of urban repair at both the architectural and urban scale. Existing structures are adaptively reused, which elevate the sustainability of the development while raw and robust materials are employed to connect with the warehouse grain of Old Bermondsey.

A new square at the heart of the development creates a civic focus for the local community and the potential of a green pedestrian spine linking St Mary Magdalen Churchyard Gardens to City Hall is established for the Borough. We look forward to developing the designs and contributing positively to this wonderful neighbourhood.”

Read the article at: https://goo.gl/Jl2jFt