Don’t put Burgess in the shade

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Parkhouse Street developments run alongside Burgess Park

The 10 storey buildings will be 30m high and the wall of towers will:

  • Cast shadows over 100m in the winter over-​shadowing​ park users and wildlife
  • Decrease park users wellbeing due to overlooking and encroachment of a green tranquil space.
  • Reducing the heritage and cultural benefit of beautiful ​ views of St George’s church tower enjoyed from  the Old Kent Road, Trafalgar Avenue and Walworth Road.
Parkhouse Street planned developments 
  • 21-23 Parkhouse: Southwark council’s proposal for 34 apartments + commercial space in 2 blocks of 9 and 5 storeys. Public consultation ended June 2019; not yet considered by planning committee. 19-AP-0469
  • 35-39 Parkhouse: Dolphin Living proposal for 100+ apartments + commercial space in blocks of 7-10 storeys. Public consultation ended 10 Jan 2020. 19-AP-2011
  • 25-33 Parkhouse: Joseph Homes initial proposal for c130 apartments + commercial space in blocks of up to 11 storeys. Planning application expected to be submitted in March 2020
  • Burgess Business Park (‘Camberwell Union’): Peachtree’s proposal for 499 new homes + commercial space in 13 blocks of up to 12 storeys, and 5 storeys beside park. Awaiting decision from Secretary of State after planning inquiry.
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Campaign launch January 2020
Call for Southwark Council to reject tall towers development beside Burgess Park west.

Build to a maximum of six storeys and increase the set back to 10 meters, double the current 5 meters .

Postcard back Jan 2020 v2

Parkhouse planning statement to Councillors and Developers- Feb2020

More about the impact Don’t put Burgess in the shade.

More about  FOBP responses to planning applications.