The Lollard Street Project is situated on the Ethelred housing estate.
It’s a site located in Kennington and wholly within the administrative boundary of the London Borough of Lambeth, an area approximately 0.75 hectares in size (approximately 113m x 64m at the widest point).
The site is currently occupied by a two-storey podium structure containing car parking and services accommodation for three occupied residential tower blocks. The Ethelred Nursery is situated on top of this structure in a number of single storey units.
The towers, Brittany Point, Ward Point and Elkington Point, are between 18 and 23 storeys high, and are connected to the podium structure at its periphery.
The project will include the demolition of the podium and Nursery structures.
This will be followed by the construction of 89 new residential units (including apartment buildings and town houses), a replacement nursery, communal gardens and public realm improvements. The 89 units are made up from:
• Four: Four-storey blocks
• One: Seven-storey tower block
• One: Sixteen-storey tower block
• Fifteen: Three-storey town houses
• One: New nursery
These works will comply with the requirements of London Borough of Lambeth’s “code of practice for construction sites”, the Code for Sustainable Homes and the Life Time Homes Standards.
The Project will also be registered with the Considerate Contractors Scheme (CCS), Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology (BREEAM) and the National House Builders Confederation (NHBC).