Church and listed mural relocated to make way for 370 homes
Architect Maccreanor Lavington has submitted plans to Southwark council for a 39-storey brick-clad residential tower on south London’s Old Kent Road.
The scheme is made up of three buildings that will include a total of 372 homes, retail, workspace and café. It will also include roof gardens on the lower levels.
A church on the site is being relocated to the nearby Peckham Park Road with a grade II-listed mural designed by Polish artist Adam Kossowski in 1965.