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.

Quirky housing complex with people talking, eating and sitting at picnic tables
Project status: In delivery Cost: £6.2million pounds Neighbourhood: Vauxhall and Waterloo

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.


  • Demolition: May to June 2021
  • Construction: September 2021 to December 2022

Demolition is being undertaken by O’Keefe and managed by multidiscipline Property and Construction Consultancy, Ridge & Partners. 

Site Supervisor: Vasile Bogdan Mobile: 07584 701231

Lambeth Council Contact: fjalloh@lambeth.gov.uk

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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.
View of Iceland and other shops on Lower Marsh
Graphic design of quirky housing complex with people talking, eating and sitting at picnic tables

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114-118 Lower Marsh, SE1 7AD
United Kingdom