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The first new homes in the long-awaited regeneration of Elephant & Castle in Central London will go on sale to the general public this week.
One The Elephant, which is being developed by Lend Lease, is one of a number of developments being built in the area, providing potential investment opportunities and a stylish place to live.
L&Q has launched a collection of new homes in Elephant & Castle which should appeal to range of homebuyers, including property investors.
A 44-storey residential tower will be built in Elephant & Castle, south London, as a part of the wider regeneration of the area, after the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) took charge of the scheme, which has been on hold for three-years due to the weak economy. The HCA is now looking for a development partner to develop the tower.
Planning permission has already been awarded for the new homes, which will be developed on the Newington Butts site.
Arch Street, which features a selection of affordable homes for sale, has been shortlisted for a prize in the Housing Design Awards.
The new home development offers a selection of one bedroom apartments in the heart of Elephant and Castle. Arch Street, is a bold example of the transformation taking place in Elephant and Castle, thanks to an ambitious £1.5bn regeneration programme.
Demolition work on the Heygate estate in Walworth, London, which was used as a set for British film Harry Brown, starring Michael Caine, will start today.
The bulldozing of the Heygate estate forms part of the £1.5bn regeneration of Elephant and Castle, which includes the construction of thousands of new homes. The demolition job of the estate, one of the largest in Europe, is scheduled for completion early next year.
New home developers have announced plans to build more new homes in Elephant & Castle as part of the redevelopment and extension of the area’s main shopping centre, owned by Key Property Investments, which forms an integral part of Southwark Council's £1.5bn regeneration of the wider Elephant & Castle area.
The new homes will be delivered, along with a wide selection of shops, as part of the joint venture between St Modwen and Salhia.