Nine Elms, SW8
Our site at Nine Elms sits above the Nine Elms Underground station that is being delivered as part of the Northern Line Extension. In recent years, Nine Elms has seen huge growth in size and scale; major developments have started and finished, and the US Embassy has not long opened, which has all resulted in a vivacious and attractive area for people to work and live.
Project Status: RIBA Stage 3
Preparing to Start on Site
Our Proposals at Nine Elms
At Nine Elms we are delivering 479 homes, 40% of which will be affordable helping provide the homes Lambeth needs. Our proposals also includes a highly sought after public square; an accessible space for the local community to meet and socialise.
priority given to those who live or work in lambeth
479 QUALITY HOMES
including family-sized homes and spacious 1 beds
A new public realm for future and existing residents to enjoy
complementing the upcoming in-station provision
- May 2019
- October 2019
- October 2019
- January 2020
- February 2020
- July 2020
- April 2021
In May 2019 Connected Living London unveiled Nine Elms as one of our first-generation sites
Mursell Community Hall, 11 & 12 October 2019
In October we invited the local community to meet the project team and review our early proposals at Nine Elms. Over 60 people came to see our plans and gave us invaluable insight into the area. You can view the information we displayed here
We hosted a ‘Public Exhibition’ in October 2019 and ensured people knew about it by sending over 4,000 invites to those in close proximity to the site and visited over 100 homes during a door knocking exercise. We also notified people who frequently used the local transport services, such as Vauxhall and Stockwell Underground stations.
You can find the information we shared with the local community here.
Following our engagement with local residents, community groups, local councillors and online polls, we collated and reviewed the feedback received. Between November 2019 and January 2020, we considered how we could respond to the comments; as a result, more of our homes will benefit from private balconies, while we also increased the amount of resident amenity space.
Wheatsheaf Community Hall, 06 & 08 February 2020
We held our second-drop in session in February 2020, where people were given the opportunity to talk to the project about our updated proposals. We shared designs for Pascal Square and heard that the local community.
Lambeth Council validated our planning application in July 2020 and invited consultation responses to our submission via its online portal
In April, Lambeth Council’s Planning Committee gave our proposals for 479 well-designed, quality homes at Nine Elms the green light.
At Nine Elms we have focused on creating a new public square that future and existing residents can enjoy; we have designed it to be accessible, and for all generations.
At CLL, sustainable means more than the environment. It’s also about delivering for the local economy, and about designing a scheme with and for the existing community and about improving their quality of life. At Nine Elms, our commitment to the economic, environmental and social means we can maximise the positive impacts developing the site will have, such as enhanced greening and public space for the local community to enjoy.
Promote active travel
Our proposals make it easier and safer for people to walk and cycle
Innovative energy strategy
installing an air source heat pump and solar panels
Greening and landscaping
New trees are included in our designs for Pascal Square
Home Quality Mark 4 or above
Indicates high standards for running costs, health and wellbeing
Connected Living at Nine Elms
The homes being built will be connected to the world around them, with super-fast broadband and smart home technology could be integrated into the apartments
Our homes at Nine Elms will be ideally located. They will benefit from being in close proximity to the Victoria and Northern lines, and an array of bus routes. Nine Elms is also connected to London by an extensive cycle network, providing easy access to Elephant & Castle, Victoria and beyond
At Nine Elms, we’re proposing a variety of internal and external shared amenity spaces for our residents, including a roof terrace, gym, and workspace. All Connected Living London residents will be able to access the shared resident amenity space at our developments; for example, if you live at Nine Elms but an appointment takes you to Enfield, you could work at our Arnos Grove development
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