Brockley social club redevelopment plan submitted

Plans are in for the demolition of social club in Brockley with replacement six-storey building including 15 flats.

The site at 240-242 Brockley Road sits at the junction with Foxberry Road and previously saw approval for replacement with nine flats in 2020.

Brick is the dominant material of choice with a cream brick by Wienerberger chosen in reference to nearby St Andrew’s Church. A number of balconies are located across the structure.

The social club on site closed around 2020 according to CAMRA.

No affordable homes are included with a payment of £94,000 to Lewisham council. Kinland Brockley Limited are behind the proposal.

Plans can be viewed here on the Lewisham Council website.


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