Application Submitted for Major Putney High Street Development

Eight storey building planned for junction with Lacy Road

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A planning application to redevelop a major site on Putney High Street has been submitted to Wandsworth Council. British Land are requesting approval for a scheme to knock down the existing buildings at 56-70 Putney High Street and replace them with an 8 storey structure. The site is currently occupied by a range of businesses including TK Maxx, Superdrug and Halfords. It is located on the section of the high street bordered by Lacy Road, Felsham Road and Walker’s Place.

major site on Putney High Street

How the site would look

How Putney high street site looks now

How the site looks now

The proposal includes 110 new flats including an unspecified proportion of affordable housing and a new public area on Lacy Road. Commercial lettings will be maintained on the frontage to Putney High Street. A ‘new streetscape’ along Walker’s Place is also promised.

A public consultation on the proposals was held at St. Mary’s Church in October 2014. 164 people attended the exhibition over two days and British Land say they received positive feedback on the scheme with 84% of residents supporting the principle of developing the existing site.

You can view and comment on the planning application at with the application reference: 2014/7344

If you would like any more information on the proposals, you can contact Cascade Communications, who are coordinating British Land’s consultation process at consultation@ or 020 78713565 or visit the scheme’s web site.

January 22, 2015

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