114 to 118 Lower Marsh redevelopment

114-118 Lower Marsh and Granby Place, will be transformed into office and retail space for small to medium size businesses.

Status: 
In development
Cost: 
£6.2million pounds
Area: 
Waterloo
Initiative: 
Jobs

The redevelopment of the council-owned land at 114-118 Lower Marsh and the adjoining Granby Place will deliver a retail and office led mixed use development.

Conran + Partners sensitive and contextual New London Architecture Awards shortlisted design will repair and enhance this prominent site in the Lower Marsh conservation area, providing:

*A new, high quality development that makes a positive contribution to the Conservation Area

*New purpose built, flexible office (and employment) space appropriate for SMEs, to the benefit of the local economy

*A new, retail active frontage that will contribute towards the vitality and character of the primary shopping area

*A revitalised Granby Place as a public realm area for the benefit of the local community, workers and visitors

*The opportunity to open up a through route from Granby Place to Launcelot street, a pedestrian link between Lower Marsh and Waterloo Station, and the potential to bring the arches beneath Station Approach Road into greater use

114-118 Lower Marsh view from Lower Marsh.114-118 Lower Marsh view from Granby Place, including possible future Launcelot Street link.

Location

114-118 Lower Marsh, SE1 7AD

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For more information
Contact
Owain Jones