Thank you for taking the time to visit our consultation website which is Galliard Homes’ hub for information on their exciting regeneration plans for the Leegate Shopping Centre.
Our first round of pre-planning consultation was held in April 2021 and over 250 local residents and community groups passed on their views on our initial ideas.
You can find our information banners from our April 2021 consultation by clicking this link – Our April 2021 Consultation Document.
Since April we have been reviewing community feedback and engaging further with local stakeholders.
We can now share with you our updated plans, which can be found here – Our November 2021 Consultation Document.
You can view and comment on our plans now, using the online feedback form at the bottom of this webpage, or you can come to either of our two in-person public consultation events. They are on Thursday 18th November from 2pm to 8pm at Leegate House on Burnt Ash Road, and Saturday 20th November from 10am to 2pm, also at Leegate House.
We are also holding a community webinar on Tuesday 23rd November, starting at 7pm. To sign up, just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are running our consultation across the whole of November, and the feedback deadline is Tuesday 30th November.
Established in 1992 by Stephen Conway, Galliard Homes is the largest privately owned developer in London and the South East. They are brownfield regeneration specialists and always tailor their plans according to each site’s opportunities and constraints.
They also believe that early, proactive and effective engagement results in the best planning proposals and that is why for the regeneration of Leegate Shopping Centre we are engaging the local community so that we can capture community comments and ensure they help shape the final proposals.
Galliard Homes has over 25 years’ experience in delivering mixed use regeneration projects and currently have more than 6,000- homes under construction and 10,000 units passing through the planning process. They are leaders in urban regeneration and have established a strong reputation for their highly affordable, value for money developments, in locations which are set to benefit from investment in the form of new transport infrastructure, homes, shops and community facilities.
We already have a number of successful developments in Lewisham, including our Marine Wharf scheme near Surrey Quays and Distillery Crescent in Deptford Bridge. Most recently, we secured planning permission for our Creekside Village scheme next to Deptford Creek in November 2020.
Having recently acquired the Leegate Shopping Centre from St Modwen, it gives Galliard the ability to deliver another high-quality mixed use scheme in the Borough. Elsewhere in south east London we have worked on the New Capital Quay in Greenwich and The Grove in Eltham.
Across London their most recent projects include the Plough Lane development in Merton which helped deliver a new home for AFC Wimbledon and the 7.9 acre ‘Honey Monster’ factory in Southall which at 2,000 homes was the largest planning consent in London in 2019.
The Leegate Shopping Centre is located at the corner of Burnt Ash Road and Eltham Road and currently includes a 1960s shopping centre alongside two office blocks. All the current buildings on site are showing their age and are increasingly unfit for modern commercial and community uses. We share the Council and community’s view that there is a real opportunity to deliver a new and vibrant mixed-use regeneration scheme that responds to the way people live, work and spend their leisure time – a new neighbourhood for Lee Green.
Our initial plans are led by key design principles including:
Thank you for visiting our site today, and we are keen to hear your views on our revised proposals. To let us know what you think, simply fill in and send the feedback form below, or email Michael Stanworth at Michael.Stanworth@kandaconsulting.co.uk. Michael can also be reached by calling 07902 112 829.
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