Archaeological work by Historic England is about to start in Somerleyton Road prior to building works. A copy of the “Written Scheme of Investigation” may be downloaded from here. This gives interesting background information and an outline of the digs that will be undertaken.
Our photograph shows the Quin & Axtens building before its 1926/7 rebuild. The “new” building was largely destroyed by wartime bombing in 1941. It was rebuilt from the remaining shell after the war with offices above shops – the building we see today. Now known more prosaically as 414-426 Brixton Road, it is facing another […]
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has recently published an updated version of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). You can download a copy using the link in our “Useful planing links” column above. Understandably, it may be difficult to interest many people in the NPPF but it is important. It has a direct effect […]
What is happening in Somerleyton Road? It is almost four years since the short-life housing co-op was evicted from Carlton Mansions as part of the plans for the comprehensive redevelopment of the land between Somerleyton Road and the railway line, from Coldharbour Lane to Somerleyton Passage. What has happened since? In 2015 Lambeth council submitted […]
The London Forum has just published the latest edition of its newsforum available to read or download here. It contains a great deal of news on planning, transport and environmental matters in London.