Ladyspace becomes available

A unit located inside Ladywell Road arches has been put on the market.

Nestled beneath the road bridge, next to the redeveloped adhesives factory, this space is now being marketed as a possible location for a restaurant or cafe, though the estate agents reckon that it actually has planning use class B1 (office / light industrial).

It's an unpromising spot, but then so was the scrap of land between the Birds Nest Pub and the DLR elevated track until someone parked a bus there and created a pizza restaurant.

With thanks to Joe.

7 comments:

Etain said...

I heard LDN Dispensary were interested.

Paul said...

I'm not so sure the spot is unpromising. There's lots of foot traffic past here in the morning and after work which could work well for a cafe or a bar/restaurant.

Paul said...

Late Knights did tweet about a potential Ladywell "project" a few weeks ago...

Paul said...

https://twitter.com/Late_Knights/status/587953680898465794

Anon said...

Regarding the unit what was it used for? Did I see what looked like a console and a screen in there?


Wasn't there a plan at one time to create a walk way/cycle route though one of the arches leading all the way into Lewisham?

Mark Racz said...

A Very Little Waitrose?

Sue L said...

Wow, I'd never even noticed that was there before!

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