AHMM's plans for Elizabeth House site submitted for planning


Architect is third to work on Waterloo site

AHMM’s plans for the Elizabeth House site next to Waterloo Station have gone in for planning.

New images of the scheme have been released as developer HB Reavis confirmed its proposals to replace the huge post-war office building have been lodged with Lambeth council.

AHMM is the third architect to work on the project in the past 10 years, after David Chipperfield and before that Allies & Morrison were both appointed and ultimately ditched.

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