Elephant & Castle
Waterman worked with Lend Lease to put forward planning applications to develop three areas of the £1.5bn Elephant and Castle regeneration project.
Make, DMRR, Squire & Partners
Two applications were associated with the former residential Heygate Estate: the Heygate Masterplan (now known as Elephant Park) and Phase One of the Heygate Regeneration (now known as Trafalgar Place). The third application related to the site of the Elephant and Castle Leisure Centre: St Mary’s Residential (now referred to as One The Elephant).
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Sustainability Services
Waterman undertook EIAs for the schemes drawing upon our wealth of experience associated with urban regeneration projects. Our specialists provided expert advice and assessments on Air Quality, Noise and Vibration, Archaeology and Ecology, Ground Conditions and Contamination. We also prepared a Sustainability Statement to accompany the Heygate Masterplan application.
Waterman provided advice on the necessary components of the outline planning application for Elephant Park to allow for a legally watertight, yet commercially flexible planning permission. Southwark Council granted planning permission for all three applications in late 2012 and early 2013.
Environmental challenges included:
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