Reselton Properties, the developers of the Stag Brewery Regeneration in Mortlake, have resubmitted plans following the refusal by the Mayor of London (July 21).

The changes refer to the site known as ‘Application A’ whilst ‘Application B’ (New School) remains unchanged.

The fundamental changes between the amended scheme and the ‘January 2020’ scheme are essentially to do with a redistribution of the heights of buildings across the site, with the changes rarely being more than the addition or removal of one floor. The greater heights and massing proposed across the board by the GLA to boost housing numbers overall are no longer being pursued.

Key benefits being brought forward in this amended scheme include:

  • New publicly accessible, local facilities including a cinema, hotel, community facilities, a boathouse, shops and restaurants and additional leisure facilities including a new water sports centre.
  • Over 1,000 new homes, including ‘affordable housing’, are making a significant contribution to housing delivery in London. 
  • New connective routes will be established linking the station, Mortlake Green and a new Thames footpath, while cycle lanes will be extended.
  • Public transport will be enhanced through better bus services and an enhanced level crossing at the station.
  • The scheme will also refurbish heritage assets and bring them back into everyday use for the enjoyment of all.
  • Onsite car parking reduced by 186 spaces.
  • Zero fossil fuel air source and electric heating and energy systems throughout.

The developers are providing the land and assisting the council in pursuing a second application for a secondary school, for which an esteemed academy has already been secured.

Across the scheme, the team is seeking a high commitment towards biodiversity, low carbon development, sustainability and local economic development.

More details of the community and available benefits on offer are given with respect to the two applications below.

The two planning applications will be submitted in early February, but it is anticipated that it will take LBRuT two to three weeks to validate and register them. Once this has been completed, we will add information on how to access and formally comment on the full applications on this site.


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