Southwark approves 48-storey Brisac Gonzalez tower


Thousand-home scheme to include London’s fourth tallest block of flats

A £600m mixed-use scheme that will have the fourth largest residential tower in London as its centrepiece has been given the green light by Southwark planners.

Galliard Homes and Aviva Investors have teamed up to develop a retail park on the Old Kent Road which will include a 48-storey residential tower designed by Brisac Gonzalez.

More than 1,100 homes will be built as part of the scheme, which will feature a number of new buildings including a 37-storey tower designed by Alan Camp Architects.

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