Plans have been submitted for 443 new homes as part of the scheme to demolish and rebuild Heathside and Lethbridge estates in Lewisham.
This latest stage – comprising phases five and six – are the final sections to be built. It started as a Family Mosaic scheme but Peabody are now in charge after merging with the group.
- Phase 1 saw 138 homes built between August 2010 and October 2012.
- Phase 2 saw 190 homes constructed between January 2011 and April 2013.
- Phase 3 has just finished and saw 218 homes built between August 2013 and December 2017.
- Phase 4 includes 236 new homes.
The site is a short stroll to Lewisham station. Peabody hope to complete the first homes on this final phase by 2020-21.
It’s more people moving to the vicinity of Lewisham station. How well these narrow corridors can cope with additional passengers remains to be seen:
A one-way system has recently been introduced at the station to mitigate growing passenger numbers.
This is far from the only large development in close proximity to Lewisham town centre. Scaffolding is now being applied to the former Carpetright store for demolition and a tower with 250 homes.
A cinema and 530 homes was recently approved in front of the station. And finally, Legal and General have plans for 550 homes on the site of Sports Direct.
Click here to view documents and plans of the last two phases of new homes at Heathside and Lethbridge estates.
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