Lend Lease eyes shopping-centre stake

Thu 14 March 2013, 3:39 pm

Lend Lease's plans to buy a stake in the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre being slowed by concerns over the number of homes allowed in the mall's redevelopment.

Elephant & Castle: mall discussions

Last year, St Modwen launched a search for a joint-venture partner for its plans for a doubling of the centre’s retail space and the construction of up to 1,000 homes.

However, Lend Lease and Southwark Council now believe that 500 homes is more appropriate for the site, which has implications for the value of any stake in the redevelopment, website CoStar reported.

Southwark Council leader Peter John said the authority would only support a lower figure of new homes for the development.

Lend Lease is Southwark’s development partner for the £1.5 billion Heygate Estate regeneration programme, and has other major projects in the area.

<

Share

Latest News

Space no issue at Southwark homes

An architect practice in Southwark has responded to the mayor of London's policy to make use of small sites across London, by…

By Natalie Vincent

Elizabeth line delayed

By Natalie Vincent

Pride of Southwark

By Natalie Vincent