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Plans in: Former Hospital Conversion in Southgate

Platinum Land have submitted plans to convert the Sir Thomas Lipton Memorial Hospital, last used as a care home, into dwellings. Some of the existing buildings will be renovated into flats, while others will be demolished and replaced by ten houses and a new apartment building.


The site, which lies in the Osidge area of Southgate in North London, is surrounded by suburban houses and is mostly undeveloped land, acting as a large garden for the care home. Most of this land will stay undeveloped in the plans, maintaining the green space.


5 Plus Architects have drawn up the scheme, which will contain a total of 43 dwellings, with 20 two-bed apartments and 13 one-bed flats, alongside 4 three-bed houses and another 6 houses with four or more bedrooms.

Written by Sean Spurr

Sean is lead residential researcher at Apartology. He also runs a bookshop.

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