Elephant & Castle
Waterman worked with Lend Lease to put forward planning applications to develop three areas of the £3 billion Elephant & Castle regeneration project.
Make, DMRR, Squire & Partners
Two applications were associated with the former residential Heygate Estate:
The third application related to the site of the former Elephant & Castle Leisure Centre: One The Elephant, comprising a landmark 37-storey development including 284 new homes, which is already complete.
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Sustainability Services
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.
Environmental challenges included:
Waterman provided the following services:
Battersea Power Station is a residential led mixed-use redevelopment on a 39-acre site which includes the Grade II* listed Battersea Power Station.
We acted as civil and structural engineers on the restoration of the Civic Offices basement.
This cast iron fountain and canopy, erected in 1901, and partially destroyed in 1981, was restored by Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company.
Waterman have been involved with development at this former RAF base near Bicester, since 2009. The site accommodates numerous historic buildings associated with past military operations at the base.
Planning approval has been granted for a 19-storey mixed-use building in London, offering 107 new homes, along with commercial and retail units, on Old Kent Road.
750 new homes and local community facilities will be built as part of the ambitious 215 ha Adamstown Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) in west Dublin.
Southwark Council Planning Committee have resolved to grant planning permission for the 53-acre redevelopment of Canada Water, south London.
Finalist for ‘Creating Better Places’ within the upcoming Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation Awards.
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