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A full planning application has been submitted to the London Borough of Southwark for the development of a new mental health learning centre on the site of the existing Southwark Training centre.

The statutory expiry date for determination of the application is 23/08/2011. The statutory consultation period expires on 10/07/2011 although representations are usually considered until the decision date. The target decision date is 16/08/2011.

The proposed scheme is approximately 1,500m2 over three/four stories and provides a range of learning, event and communal spaces. The design draws upon the site’s rich context within a Conservation Area whilst pursuing a contemporary ideology. The scheme also responds to the aspirations of a masterplan framework for the whole Maudsley Campus by creating a gateway for a future ‘avenue’ running from Grove Lane to Denmark Hill.
The design process has been informed by a lengthy and detailed consultation process involving both SLaM and external representatives from the community and Local Authority.

Click here to download the Design and Access Statement in full
Click here to download the Design and Access Statement Appendix
Click here to download the proposal drawings

Click here for Southwark Planning website, for further info and key dates
Animation by Forbes Massie


View from Grove Lane


View from Grove Lane


View from SLaM Campus

Internal view of Foyer and staircase

Internal view of ground floor break-out spaces

View of lower ground function space

Internal view of first floor event space

View of second floor rooms looking out onto terrace

View of roof light and top of void

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