New mews approved for Tanners Hill

Planning permission has been granted to a new development at the top of Tanners Hill. The proposal is for:

"The construction of five 4 storey blocks and one 3 storey block, incorporating balconies/terraces comprising 9, one bedroom, 38, two bedroom and 11, 3 bedroom self-contained flats with associated access, 13 parking spaces, cycle parking, amenity space and landscaping."

The homes will be built in a mews formation by Notting Hill Housing, and looks like a high quality project.
With thanks to The New Cross.

17 comments:

rach said...

that picture is impossible to see properly (you can't read the writing) - is there any chance of uploading one with higher specs? grateful if so.

Um said...

Could this be shown in context in it's location? What's already there?

AliAfro said...

there is a link to all the planning drawings in the article (where it says granted in the first sentence) - warning there are loads of drawings...

dim wit said...

I think the site is opposite the Royal George pub - by the looks of Google's satellite imagery it's currently demolished industrial buildings/garages/piles of crap. Good bit of densification.

rach said...

thank you - apologies for blindness!

rach said...

yep i live just near here, opposite the royal george seems to be just wasteland. will be a good use of the space.

Nicky said...

Is this another of those applications that once granted nothing happens?

Aricana said...

Wish the Notting Hill Housing would build some good quality flats on the westside in Brockley. Recent developments have been bland and unattractive.

Richard Elliot said...

That section of Tanner Hill looks ripe for smartening up, so it will be good to see this development come to fruition if it looks like the computer generated image.

It could also be a useful boost to Lewisham Way and help Nick's predictions!

anonymous said...

Tanner Hill has definitely got a lot of potential. Really good transport options. Nice pub on the road and also nice parade of shops at the bottom of the hill which include great butchers WH Beloved.

Brockley Nick said...

Agreed.

eggman said...

Sounds like Estate Agent banter.

Last time I happened down Tanners Hill it was closed off by a police line because of an 'incident' in that nice pub. It is Deptford....which has always had potential.

Tanners Hill is a curates egg.

brockley man said...

But who wants to live right on the railway tracks!

anonymous said...

@eggman. It's not estate agent banter - just facts. Go onto google maps and see for yourself. Less than a 10 minute walk to either new cross, deptford, deptford dridge DLR and St. Johns Station. And if you're worried the odd incident in a pub then you might want to move to the cotswolds.

Midsomer Murders said...

...or not!
http://www.gloucestercitizen.co.uk/Barred-dad-attacks-Cotswold-pub-landlord/story-11895623-detail/story.html

eggman said...

The fact is, the area is a poor part of London and has more than its fair share of social problems as will become evident to anyone who lives there. However, you have to look on the bright side, it has been a lot worse in the past when the gentlemans outdoor drinking club used to entertain passers by and shopkeepers with their antics at the bottom of Tanners Hill.

Upper Tanners Hill once had a nice restaurant which had live Jazz. There used to another music pub, which is now flats. The area tends to take one step back, one step forward. The trend, is to create more commuter flats. These are not convenient for any station.

Shops tend to ├žome and go there and newcomers will soon find the local pubs do not extend much of welcome to strangers.

Will this development change the character of the area? Well it will bring a derelict plot back into use, so I guess that is an improvement.

AliAfro said...

"you have to look on the bright side" - eggman

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