Phase 2B

Phase 2B

We have submitted a planning application for Phase 2B.

The site includes the land currently occupied by:

• Winslow

• Wendover (241 – 471)

• Padbury

• Ravenstone

The application is for:

“Demolition of the existing buildings and redevelopment to provide a mixed use development comprising five buildings of a variety of heights with basements, providing affordable and market homes (Class C3); flexible floorspace for commercial business and service uses (Class E) and local community and learning uses (Class F1/F2(a)(b)); public open space and playspace; private and communal amenity space; formation of new accesses and routes within the site; alterations to existing accesses; and associated car and cycle parking; refuse storage; and hard and soft landscaping; and associated works.”

The plans have been drawn up following more than six years of engagement across the Aylesbury Estate, and a year of consultation on the Phase 2B designs.

The new homes

  • 614 units
  • 1,927 habitable rooms
  • 50% affordable by habitable room:
    - 163 social rent homes, with a total of 738 habitable rooms
    - 82 intermediate homes, with a total of 225 habitable rooms
  • 1-bed flats to 5-bed maisonettes, including family homes
  • All homes have balconies or private outside space
  • 20% maisonettes
  • All 2-Bed+ units are dual aspect
  • 10% wheelchair units

Quick Facts

Public space

  • Two new public spaces: Thurlow Square and Bagshot Park
  • Multi-use games area
  • Improved play facilities
  • Places to sit across site
  • Wide pavements (typically 2.4m)

Green streets

  • Tree-lined streets attractive for walking and cycling
  • Existing trees retained where possible and mix of new trees planted


  • Flexible ground-floor units in block 5A suitable for local businesses, shops, cafés, workspace, skills training or community activities

Access and Movement

  • Traffic calming and street greening
  • Car-free junction at centre of site to prevent rat-running
  • Priority cycle route and cycle hire hub
  • 80 parking spaces: 38 on street, 42 in podium or basement


  • Homes opening onto streets
  • Public spaces following Secure by Design codes
  • Well-lit

Sustainability and low energy

  • District heating system
  • High-quality insulation
  • Recycled materials
  • Photovoltaic panels

Some documents submitted as part of the planning application are available to download on this page. However the full submission is available to view on Southwark Council’s planning portal.

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