Lambeth Planning & Conservation Areas

Conservation areas are sites of historical or architectural importance. Building and redevelopment can be a more complex process due to more planning regulations and constraints applying within such areas. However our highly trained staff have the expertise to address more challenging planning and design issues. We achieve the aims of our clients both on an aesthetic and functional level whilst adhering to regulations set out by the local planning authority.

Lambeth conservation areas:

Abbeville Road, Mitre Road and Ufford Street, Albert Embankment, Oaklands Estate, Albert Square, Park Hall Road, Brixton, Peabody Estate – Rosendale Road, Brixton Road, Poet’s Corner, Brixton Water Lane, Rectory Grove, Brockwell Park, Renfrew Road, Clapham, Rosendale Road, Clapham High Street, Roupell Street, Clapham Park and Northbourne Road, Rush Common and Brixton Hill, Clapham Road, Sibella Road, Elderwood Road, South Bank, Ferndale Road, South Lambeth Road, Garrads Road, St. Marks, Gipsy Hill, Stockwell Green,Hackford Road, Stockwell Park, Herne Hill, Streatham Common, Hyde Farm, Streatham High Road and Streatham Hill, Kennington, Streatham Lodge Estate, La Retraite, Sunnyhill Road, Lambeth Palace, Telford Park, Lambeth Walk and China Walk, The Chase, Lancaster Avenue, Trinity Gardens, Lansdowne Gardens, Vassal Road, Larkhall, Vauxhall, Leigham Court Road (North), Vauxhall Gardens, Leigham Court Road (South), Walcot, Leigham Court Estate, Wandsworth Road, Loughborough Park, Waterloo, Lower Marsh, West Norwood, Minet Estate, Westow Hill

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Planning in Lambeth

The main areas within Lambeth are Bishop’s, Brixton Hill, Clapham, Coldharbour, Common, Clapham Town, Ferndale, Gipsy Hill, Herne Hill, Knight’s Hill, Larkhall, Oval, Prince’s, St Leonard’s, Streatham Hill, Streatham South, Streatham Wells, Stockwell, Thornton, Thurlow Park, and Tulse Hill. It is a diverse Borough and there are a number of planning and development projects currently taking place.

Lambeth Planning Applications & Appeals

There are approximately 80 planning applications submitted for building and redevelopment each week to the local planning authority in Lambeth and around 2 appeals in respect of rejected applications. Within listed buildings and conservation areas planning permission can be more complicated to gain. Get Planning and Architecture has chartered planners and chartered architects who are members of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) with both the expertise and knowledge to guide you through the process and we have had a high level of success in winning appeals.

Lambeth News

At Get Planning and Architecture we like to stay up-to-date with planning and development strategies in London. We know that Lambeth Council has an ambitious long term vision for the regeneration and redevelopment of the borough called Future Lambeth.

To kick-start this, plans to develop the Albemarle House site were given the go ahead by Lambeth Council in 2007, and construction started in 2013. Construction at the development, named, ‘the Junction’ was expected to finish this year, in 2015. This project aimed to create 92 private apartments in a mixed use scheme on the site located between Brixton Road and Stockwell Park Walk. The £14m development comprises two buildings with one providing new offices at ground floor level for Community Trust Housing, one of the organisations responsible for the redevelopment of the site. The focus will be for all round improvements to Lambeth economically, aesthetically and community wise.

Lambeth Contact Information

Lambeth – Local Planning Authority

London Borough of Lambeth
Brixton Customer Centre
Civic Centre
6 Brixton Hill
London SW2 1EG

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