Ufford Street, 2016

mixed-use scheme in Southwark

Haworth Tompkins were commissioned in 2014 for a scheme that establishes a new ­­street in South London on land made available through the redevelopment of Lewisham and Southwark College. Located close to the Young Vic and Southwark Station the proposed New Marlborough Street will reinstate the area’s historic urban layout, connecting The Cut to Ufford Street.

Two new mews streets branch off from this - East and West Mews- which border two new buildings. One seven storey-tall block will be for commercial and residential purposes, while the second which ranges from one to five storeys, will be residential with a leafy communal garden at its centre.

The design will create a varied street with front doors and shop fronts, while duplexes pick up on the local precedent of Georgian townhouses with secluded gardens. In total 62 new homes are provided, 35 per cent of which will be for affordable housing, while over 10 per cent are wheelchair accessible.


acorn property group with cut developments

structural engineer

price & myers

services engineer


landscape architect

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