London Borough of Southwark deserves well earned praise for gaining planning for the redevelopment of Manor Place to include 56 residential units (19 social, 9 intermediate and 28 private), a 757sqm Health Centre, 70sqm pharmacy, 261qm cafe and 45sqm retail unit in a part 3, part 4 and part 5 & part 6 storey block. The chosen site for the project is former shops & Council offices, Manor Place/ Stopford Road, Walworth, London, SE17 3PB. With the help of property development lenders loans, the client will stabilize the project’s financial budget.

The council for this project is Southwark. The project will begin in November 2018, and the development will be finished in October 2020. The client will finish the development in 23 months. The total floor area will be 1133 square meters, and the total number of units will be 56.

 

 

The primary architecture firm for the entire development will be Benedetti Architects. The lead quantity surveyor for the project will be London Borough of Southwark. London Borough of Southwark will also serve as the project manager for the development.

The primary consulting engineers for the Mech & Elec engineering fields will be SGA Consulting Limited and Calford Seaden LLP. The primary consultant for structural engineering will be Heyne Tillett Steel, and the lead consultant for civil engineering will be Sanderson Associates.

EB7 Limited will fill the role of the primary sustainability consultant. The primary transport consultant will be Sanderson Associates. The client will take help from the property development finance loans to ensure a smooth flow of redevelopment processes.

The investors and developers of the Manor Place Redevelopment
Project can take up HZA’s easy, quick, and hassle – free infrastructure capitals for making the project a huge success that can be cherished for years to come. HZ Associates is always ready for serving real estate developers with the right loan featuring high returns.

 

 

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