Slade Green housing development submitted

An application has been submitted to build 44 homes in Slade Green.

The plan covers land at 176-178 Slade Green Road on the former site of Bridge Road Centre & Pop in Clinic and a short walk from Slade Green station.

Slade Green station opened in 1900 and was the trigger for residential development across various decades ever since.

No habitable rooms at street level

In place of the former centre formerly on site a new building opened nearby in 2014. The Slade Green and Howbury Community includes a library, halls and activity spaces.

Elizabeth line connectivity from Abbey Wood is mentioned as a benefit for the area increasing links across London and beyond.

Land sits in Flood Zone 3 (not the best) and so no habitable rooms can be located on the ground floor.

Parking at ground floor level

Car parking totals 34 spaces with many located on the ground floor.

Opposite the site lies an open space, with larger parks less than 10 minutes walk. St Paul’s primary school is over the road.

To the north and west three large developments comprising 1,058 homes have either been built or are underway nearby.

The application can be viewed here.





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