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Mitcham Road, Tooting, London

Redevelopment of two prominent main road plots delivering 28 new apartments and a duplex commercial unit on the ground floor in Tooting, South London.

This proposal aims at redeveloping the sites of a tired 2-storey Victorian terrace and a featureless 3-storey post war building on Mitcham Road (A217) at Amen corner in south London. Benefitting from the potential of increased efficiency by the comprehensive redevelopment, the scheme aims to deliver a small commercial unit on the ground floor and 28 new apartments above.


The massing and elevations have been developed to visually reinstate the main features of the lost traditional Victorian High Street. The traditional façade materials are coupled with contemporary detailing that take cues from the proportions and features of historic facades in the area. The red brick was encouraged by the Local Council to differentiate form the contemporary neighbour and establish stronger visual links to the traditional facades in the wider context.


Status: Planning Application Submitted

Total GIA: 27,900sqft


Client: Landmark UK developments

Planning Consultant: Sphere25

Community Involvement: Community Conversations

Energy and Sustainability: NRG

Daylight / Sunlight: NRG

Transport: YES Engineering Group

Ecology: Ecology Partnership

Arboriculture: SES

Fire Safety: Toga Fire

Landscaping: Studio Concept

Flood Risk and Drainage: The PES

Contamination: Geosphere Environmental

Archaeology : HCUK

Viability: Adams Integra

Noise and Air Quality: NRG

Visuals: Encuadra Estudio

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