A number of developments are coming forward throughout the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea (VNEB) Opportunity Area.
The Planning Applications Committee on 14 August will be considering the application for Eastbury House.
On 12 June Lambeth Council’s Planning Applications Committee resolved to approve Sainsbury’s application for a major scheme including a replacement store, 737 new homes and generating up to 440 jobs.
Development proposals need to conform to the Mayor's Opportunity Area Planning Framework, which sets out the kind of developments that would be welcome and the infrastructure improvements needed, such as the Northern Line Extension and the Linear Park.
In addition, we are developing a supplementary planning document for the Vauxhall area, which sets out the vision for this area and tells developers what kind of development would support that vision.
The Council has agreed a development tariff to be applied within the area of Lambeth that falls within the Vauxhall Nine Elms & Battersea (VNEB) Opportunity Area. The tariff will be used to help fund a range of infrastructure investment requirements.
For details of development taking place in Wandsworth visit the Nine Elms web pages on Wandsworth Council's website.
The Vauxhall section of the opportunity area contains several potential development sites and a number of proposals are at varying stages of the planning process. The map of forthcoming development sites in Vauxhall shows where these developments are. Developers' websites listed on this page are for further information only.
Further details of planning applications can be found on the Planning Applications Database.