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Plans in: Replacement Blocks for Poor Quality New Build in Peckham

Wandle Housing Association has submitted plans to replace two recently built blocks of 48 flats in Peckham with new buildings containing 50 flats.

The development, known as Solomon’s Passage near Peckham Rye park, has suffered from multiple problems since completed in 2012. These include flooding, ventilation, poor plumbing, defects to the building and even damage to the timber frame.

Plans will see two of the largest buildings demolished and rebuilt, with separate applications for the refurbishment of other blocks on the development.


Written by Sean Spurr

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

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