Mixed-use redevelopment given go-ahead

Proposals for a £25 million mixed-use redevelopment were given the go-ahead by the London Borough of Southwark during a planning appeal hearing last week. The former Co-operative building in Peckham will make way for a residential tower. Designed by architect Stock Woolstencroft, the development comprises 122 homes, a third of which will be private and two-thirds for key workers. Around 1,020m2 of commercial and leisure space will be created at street level.

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