Elizabeth House Environmental Impact Assessment

3D Rendering of Elizabeth House Redevelopment ProposalOn Thursday 18th April 2019 “SIXTYFIVE House S.à.r.l” (part of the HB Reavis Group) submitted an application for the demolition of the existing Elizabeth House building and all structures on the site, including the footbridge from Waterloo Station concourse and across York Road, and for the construction of a new building ranging between 12 and 31 storeys (plus basements) to provide 146,170sqm office and 8,900sqm flexible floorspace. There is a huge amount of supporting documentation available on the Lambeth Planning website.

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Key Information

Reference:19/01477/EIAFUL
Submission Type:Full Environmental Impact Assessment
Submission Date:Thu 18 Apr 2019
Public Consultation Ends:Fri 21 Jun 2019
Applicant:SIXTYFIVE House S.à.r.l (part of the HB Reavis Group)
Case Officer:Mr Jeff Holt
Key Information:Summary
Details
Documents
Important Dates
Official Website:Elizabeth House Redevelopment

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H.B. Reavis Promotional Video

(Disclaimer: This video is included for convenience, as part of the relevant information pertinent to the proposal. The information contained within the video, and any opinions expressed, are those of the video producers, and do not necessarily reflect those of County Hall Freehold Ltd.)

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Contact Information

OrganisationContact Details
Jeff Holt
Case Officer
Planning Dept.
Lambeth Council
jholt@lambeth.gov.uk
planning@lambeth.gov.uk
+44 (0)207 926 1180
Planning Department
London Borough of Lambeth
PO Box 734
Winchester
SO23 5DG
Joseph Daniels
DP9 Ltd.
Agents acting on behalf
of H.B. Reavis
joseph.daniels@dp9.co.uk
+44 (0)207 004 1700
100 Pall Mall
London
SW1Y 5NQ
Natalie Essa
Development Manager
H.B. Reavis
natalie.essa@hbreavis.com
+44 (0)7884 370 485
H.B. Reavis
Consulatation Contact.
consultation@hbreavis.com
+44 (0)800 307 7992
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