Developer Crest Nicholson has started building works on residential schemes at its SE1 site.
Brandon House, Valentine Place and Snowsfields Yard are all due to launch within a year of one another.
Brandon House is a mixed-use development divided into seven different buildings. It will feature 4,090sq m of commercial space, of which 2,790sq m will be allocated to office use and 1,300sq m will be used as retail space. There will be 97 residential units, 20 of which Crest Nicholson said will be affordable and 77 of which will be private. The homes will comprise of one, two and three-bedroom apartments and two and three bedroom townhouses.
Valentine Place will include 42 properties – a mixture of one, two and three-bedroom apartments, three-bedroom duplexes and three-bedroom townhouses, set around a communal garden.
At Snowsfields Yard, 37 residential units will be built – a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments with balconies or roof terraces. Of these, Crest Nicholson said 28 homes will be private and nine will be affordable. It will also include three commercial units built specifically for small businesses.
Julia Reynolds, sales and marketing director at Crest Nicholson London, said: “All three developments benefit from being in the heart of one of the most exciting parts of town as well as having unrivalled transport links close by.”
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