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Old December 2nd, 2012, 10:14 AM   #101
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Putney

Wandsworth Town is probably the best, but there are other places in Wandsworth Borough... Putney for example.


Pivotal Point for Putney Improvements
Once in a while there is a step-change in the face and characteristics of a town, creating new opportunities for businesses and attracting workers and customers from further afield. A series of new developments, either imminent or under-way, mean that by the end of 2013 Putney will have better infrastructure, an improved retail offer, better commercial and residential space and more parking.
Better Infrastructure

Infrastructure improvements centre on Putney mainline station. Platform lengthening is already complete, while major improvements to station access, the booking hall and installations of lifts will start shortly. The pavement and roadway at the front of the station is due to be remodelled to widen the cramped pedestrian area. Improved bus facilities, relocation of part of the taxi waiting area, pavement renewal and increased cycle parking provision are all planned for early 2013.
New hybrid buses on Putney routes and the retro-fitting of catalytic converters to older stock mean that major improvements in air quality can be expected in 2013, creating a healthier environment and reducing pollutants. Discussions are also underway to extend the 'Boris Bike' hire scheme to Putney, adding to the already great connections with central London.
Improved Retail Offer

The Exchange shopping centre now has planning permission for the entire redevelopment of its Putney High Street frontage, transforming its appearance into a modern and much more visible shopping centre with around 3,700squ ft of new modern fashion retail space. An extra 45 car parking spaces also help increase town centre parking. Works are expected in 2013, for completion later in the year. These improvements also complement the expansion and complete refurbishment of Waitrose, the anchor tenant of The Exchange, with their expected completion in January 2013.
The former Sony store in Putney High Street has been completely integrated into a strikingly refurbished new double-fronted 'Pret a Manger', with natural brickwork complemented by floor-to-ceiling glass - already proving very popular with customers. Other refurbishments due for completion shortly include the new Dome Restaurant in Putney Bridge Road, Putney Pantry in St Mary's church (a unique cafe with culturally diverse foods) and the former 'Whisk' store at 82 Putney High Street.
Better Commercial and Residential Space

In the Upper Richmond Road (URRd) several schemes are being redeveloped or coming on-stream. 74 URRd (was the former Tote House) is now complete, with 14 flats above two floors of high quality office space (available). The former Capsticks site at 77-83 URRd, now demolished and in the course of construction, will create new modern office space, residential accommodation and new retail areas within an attractive layout, extremely close to East Putney tube.
Applications for redevelopment have also been submitted for 113 URRd (which already holds planning permission for a previously submitted scheme) and 85-91 URRd.
Putney is home to several major borough employers, including Russell-Cooke Solicitors, Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO), Pricerunner/Valueclick, Devereux Architects, Pascal and Watson and a host of smaller companies.
Putney is an all-round pleasant place to live and work, contributing to its longstanding resilience and the relative buoyancy of its residential accommodation during economic downturns. These improvements add to Putney's current merits of great demographics, riverside location and rich cultural heritage.

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Back to the Ram Brewery in Wandsworth Town.

Loads of documents submitted for planning in November...

This document shows the exact logistics and timings for construction: http://planning.wandsworth.gov.uk/WA...df&pageCount=1

Assuming planning is granted, construction is set to begin August 2013. Great news!

This shows loads of drawings and other documents:

http://planning.wandsworth.gov.uk/WA...mber=2012/5286
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If you're interested in the docs above for Ram Street, Southside Phase 3 has some too:

Loads of Southside Phase 3 planning docs and pics:

http://planning.wandsworth.gov.uk/WA...mber=2011/5534
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Ram Brewery plans go in
Posted on Nov 20, 2012 by editor
A new set of plans for the redevelopment of the Ram Brewery in Wandsworth have been submitted.

Minerva’s plans, for a 669-home development on the Wandsworth Town Centre site, have been designed by EPR architects, and include a 35-storey residential tower alongside other buildings up to 12 storeys, 9,500sqm of retail and restaurant space.

In addition, Minerva is proposing to restore and refurbish historic buildings within the site and include a micro-brewery and a brewing museum as part of the completed scheme.

Under the proposal, the River Wandle would be opened up and landscaped to provide public access along a new riverside walk.

A programme of public exhibitions of the plans are being held at the Ram Brewery site over the next couple of weeks. Minerva say the new scheme would generate 500 permanent jobs and 370 construction jobs.

The previous set of plans were refused by Communities Secretary Eric Pickles on the grounds the scale of the scheme would impinge on the character of the area. They included 829 homes in towers up to 42 storeys.

Montagu Evans are handling planning.

This scheme adds to the existing works going on around Wandsworth Town Centre, with Debenhams signing for a new store as part of a forthcoming £40m phase of redevelopment at Southside Shopping Centre, and recent planning approval for the conversion of the vacant Lyon House office block to homes and shops.

Councillor Ravi Govindia, leader of Wandsworth Council, said: “As well as creating homes, business space and jobs, town centre developments also generate financial contributions towards the Wandsworth one-way system redesign project.

“We believe that switching part of the gyratory back to two-way working would relieve pressure on the high street and help it really flourish.”
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Wandsworth wants Northern Line to go to Clapham Junction
Posted on Nov 27, 2012 by editor
Wandsworth Council has called for Clapham Junction to be upgraded to a major hub, in order, they say, to provide their growing population with the infrastructure they will need.

The council is already looking to use Tax Increment Financing (TIF) to fund an extension of the Northern Line to Battersea, and now it is calling for that to be further extended to Clapham Junction, or for Crossrail 2 (the proposed line from Chelsea to Hackney) to stop there.

The call is part of a long term vision for the borough which aims to provide thousands of new jobs and the new transport infrastructure needed to support a growing population.

The document will be handed to the Mayor of London Boris Johnson who has asked local authorities to help him produce a ’2020 Vision’ for the capital.

2011 Census data shows the number of borough residents has increased by 18 per cent in ten years to reach 307,000. The coucil say the population is expected to exceed 340,000 by 2021.

Councillors have highlighted a package of infrastructure investment required to keep the borough moving under the pressure of increased demand and to underpin growth in the local and regional economy.

The council is calling on the Mayor of London to include these projects in his long-term development strategy to ensure local residents and businesses can share in the city’s future prosperity.

Northern Line extension to Battersea – this scheme would provide Tube access to a poorly connected part of Battersea and would be part funded by the private sector. The council say the project would help create 25,000 jobs, 16,000 homes and deliver “billions” in new economic growth.

Connecting Clapham Junction - the council wants better integration with main line rail services and a link to the underground network via Crossrail 2 or a further extension of the Northern Line. This would create a highly effective transport hub for south London , boosting the economy and helping local people to make cross London journeys without having to travel through Zone One.

The council is also calling for enhanced transport to Roehampton and Furzedown, the removal of the Wandsworth Gyratory, and for a direct rail link to Heathrow.
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Refreshing to hear a local authority with some ambition - how likely any of it will be is anyones guess.
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Well most of these developments, except ram brewery, have already begun on site. So, very likely.
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Boris Bike hire scheme for Clapham Junction

Transport for London (TfL) is now considering plans for a Barclays Cycle Hire facility at Clapham Junction Station.

If approved the docking station would be on Grant Road, next to the station.

Earlier this year the transport authority highlighted a shortlist of potential docking station sites which would be installed across the north of Wandsworth.

The popular bike sharing scheme is due to expand into south west London by spring 2014, including parts of Putney, Wandsworth Town and Battersea.

Following talks with the council, local residents and the Wandsworth Cycling Campaign, TfL has added the new site at Clapham Junction to the shortlist along with additional docking stations at Ram Street in Wandsworth Town and Abyssinia Road in Clapham Junction.

All of the sites highlighted so far are just proposals at this stage and may be subject to change.

Every site will require planning permission before it can be installed.

Wandsworth Council’s transport spokesman Councillor Russell King said: “Local people are genuinely excited at the prospect of Boris Bikes coming to their neighbourhood.

"Selecting the best possible sites will be key to the scheme’s success and we’re continuing to work with TfL to fine-tune the shortlist.

“Clapham Junction is an extremely busy transport hub and it’s very encouraging that potential sites have been identified a short distance from the Grant Road entrance.

"Selecting the best possible sites will be key to the scheme’s success and we’re continuing to work with TfL to fine-tune the shortlist.

“Clapham Junction is an extremely busy transport hub and it’s very encouraging that potential sites have been identified a short distance from the Grant Road entrance.

"Nothing can be confirmed at this early stage but we’re confident TfL will explore every option for a facility at the station.

“Looking further ahead, the council will continue to lobby the Mayor to expand cycle hire right the way across the borough.

"This is a terrific first step but the job’s not finished until every part of Wandsworth has easy access to this exciting new transport option.”

A map of the shortlisted docking station sites for the 2014 roll out is available on the council’s website. The map does not include the additional sites highlighted above

The expanded scheme includes the part of Wandsworth which lies east of Putney High Street and north of the South Circular.

Around 60 docking stations would be installed across this area.

To have your say on the possible site locations email transportation@wandsworth.gov.uk.

For more information on the council's transport development plans visit www.wandsworth.gov.uk/travelchoices.
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Tara Arts Theatre in Earlsfield, Wandsworth, to get exciting overhaul

http://www.wandsworthguardian.co.uk/...ting_overhaul/


5:10pm Tuesday 11th December 2012 in News



A popular theatre in Earlsfield is set for an overhaul after a planning application was accepted last week.

The Tara Arts Theatre, in Garratt Lane, will have an entirely new frontage, which would see the theatre's historic brickwork façade restored and the building extended on all sides.

A distinctive motif, which wraps around the entire four storey side extension, will be added to the front to reflect the theatre company's fusion of Anglo-Asian arts.

It is inspired by the Banyan Tree - India's national tree and a traditional community meeting place where people gather in the shade of its canopy.

A new rehearsal space, an improved auditorium, modernised office and foyer will also be created plus a new staircase and lift.

The theatre was originally home to an acclaimed arts company which first brought Asian theatre to Britain in the 1970's.

The deteriorating building has been home to Tara Arts for over thirty years and is no longer fit for purpose.



To view the plan visit www.wandsworth.gov.uk/planning - search for application reference number 2012/3685.
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Battersea Power Station

Detailed plans for power station approved

Release date: Friday 14th December 12
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Detailed plans for the first phase of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment were approved last night (Dec 13) by Wandsworth Council’s planning applications committee.



The ruling means that the site's new owners can press ahead with the first part of an £8bn masterplan. Work is expected to start next year.

Battersea Power Station is one of 27 major development sites located in Nine Elms on the South Bank - central London's biggest regeneration area.

During this first phase of work two new buildings will be constructed on vacant land to the west of the power station building. The new blocks will provide 800 homes, a hotel and space for cafes, restaurants, bars, a gym, pool, spa, theatre and office studios.
A new six-acre public park will also be created right on the bank of the Thames.

Work to renovate the badly decayed power station will also begin during phase one. Once fully restored the iconic building will be opened up to the public for the first time.

Later phases of work will see new affordable homes built alongside a new Tube station, riverbus pier, pedestrian squares and a whole new town centre.

Wandsworth Council's planning chairman Nick Cuff said:
"This project will restore one of London 's most iconic landmarks and create the first segment of a remarkable new town centre on the Thames riverside. The site's vast empty spaces will be gradually brought to life with new homes, a riverside park and a new commercial centre supporting hundreds of jobs.

"Tonight's decision is another important step towards extending the Northern Line to this site and comes just days after the Government announced it will underpin this vital infrastructure project with a £1bn loan guarantee. The Tube link is the key to creating a total of 16,000 new homes and 25,000 new jobs across the entire Nine Elms on the South Bank district.

"This council has worked long and hard to bring the Tube to Battersea and to realise this area's enormous potential. We are now within touching distance."

About the Northern Line Extension

Earlier this month the Government agreed a loan of up to £1bn that will allow London Underground to fund an extension of the Northern Line to Nine Elms on the South Bank.
The announcement, which came in the Chancellor's 2012 Autumn Statement, follows months of negotiations between Wandsworth Council, the Greater London Authority and HM Treasury over the financing package for the new Tube link.

The loan will be repaid through a tariff on private development projects within this 450 acre regeneration area (including the power station), and through future growth in business rates revenue within a new Nine Elms Enterprise Zone.

The proposal would create two new Tube stops - one on Wandsworth Road , the other at Battersea Power Station.

TfL is currently holding its third and final public consultation on the scheme before the application for a Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) is finalised in spring 2013. The TWAO is needed before construction of this large piece of infrastructure can begin.
If planning approval is obtained then construction of the Northern line extension could begin in 2015. Trains could start running in 2020.
About Nine Elms on the South Bank

Nine Elms on the South Bank includes the Albert Embankment, Vauxhall and a large slice of industrial Battersea.

An enormous investment programme has begun to transform the area - around 2million sq m of new development has been granted planning permission across the district.
The Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership was created in 2010 to coordinate and drive forward the area's transformation. Co-chaired by the leaders of Wandsworth and Lambeth Council, it includes the area's main developers and landowners, the Mayor of London, Transport for London and the Greater London Authority.

Up to 16,000 new homes will be built - 14,000 already have planning consent and the first 1,000 are now under construction.

Up to 1,000 construction and engineering apprenticeships could be created across the regeneration programme.

The new Nine Elms on the South Bank will provide 25,000 new permanent jobs for London .
A new stretch of the Thames riverside path will run through the district and a new pedestrian and cycle bridge is planned to create another link to Westminster on the opposite bank of the river.

For more information visit http://www.nineelmslondon.com
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Loads of building work going on in Wandsworth town centre now, in the Garratt Lane area, as well as the town centre to the west of Southside, and down at the delta.

Sainsbury's partly demolished (no photos) for redevelopment - diggers and the like visible, and lots of signage stressing that the main store remains open during the works - but no construction as yet.

The major Southside extension is well underway as well - compare this photo of the area being redeveloped, taken a while back when work was paused...


...with this one taken today...



The next (and big) stage is the demolition of this building to make way for the new Debenhams, rooftop gym, etc. The Jobcentre that occupied most of it has moved out (to Jessica House down the road) as have all the shops on the ground floor (apart from a very isolated and surely doomed branch of ShoeZone, standing completely by itself in the dark and empty Arndale Walk) -



Meanwhile the Buckhold Road project by Mount Anvil (which seems to have been renamed as The Filaments) has grown quite substantially - this is taken form the central courtyard area -



And this is looking down towards Southside (Ipsus is on the left) -



A couple of minutes away from here, and biggest of all, a core has appeared at Riverside Quarter, next to the Wandle Delta -


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The multiple level car park is under construction, the left (north) part of the building has been demolished, the cash machine has been moved, a temporary entrance has been built, a temporary disabled shopper area has been constructed. A higher perimeter fence has been built. A green construction fence has been erected at the front. The magazine area has been moved, along with security and travel money desk.

All seems to be going well with construction. The new store area should open by November 2013... Could a mod move this to the under construction forum?
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New trees for Putney High Street

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New trees are being planted along Putney High Street as part of a wider package of environmental improvements across the town centre.

The high street is to benefit from a £250,000 programme of investment designed to upgrade pavements, reduce pollution and cut traffic congestion.
The proposed works include measures to make it safer and easier for pedestrians negotiating the high street, while changes to the road layout and other highway alterations are expected to improve traffic flows and reduce the chance of hold ups.

http://www.wandsworth.gov.uk/news/ar...ey_high_street
And as part of a wider eco-scheme across the . This winter 450 new trees will be planted in residential streets, town centres, housing estates and parks and open spaces. These are on top of the 371 trees that were planted at the beginning of this year.
Between 2008 and 2011 the council planted more than 1,100 new street trees across the borough.
There are now more than 15,000 street trees growing in Wandsworth and another 60,000 that thrive in the borough's parks commons and open spaces.*
Environment spokesman Cllr Jonathan Cook who was involved in the planting on Sunday morning said: "These new high street trees will I'm sure be welcomed by everyone who lives, works and shops in Putney.
"As well as improving the town centre's appearance, these new trees will also play a role in our ongoing efforts to tackle pollution and bring cleaner air to the high street."
Speaking about the £250,000 improvement scheme, transport spokesman Cllr Russell King said: "Our aim is to tackle some of the issues that affect the southern end of the high street. We plan to remove much of the unnecessary street clutter and guardrails that hem people in and obstruct them as they walk along this part of the high street.
"We are also looking to widen footpaths where we can and change the layouts of some bus stops and also move the taxi rank in a bid to free up road space and remove some of the high street's pinch points where vehicles can be held up by buses and taxis.
"As well as reducing delays for other roads users the changes should also speed up journey times for bus passengers.
"Improving traffic flows and keeping cars, buses and lorries on the move should also have a positive impact on local air quality levels, which is something we are committed to improving."
The plans include installing new pavements between Norroy Road and the Upper Richmond Road, removing unnecessary guardrails, widening the footway outside Putney Station and installing new cycle parking stands where space permits.
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The footway opposite the station is set to be realigned to minimise the risks of large vehicles and buses blocking traffic, while the taxi rank outside the station is likely to be moved to the Upper Richmond Road to free up more road space.
The works to improve footpaths outside Putney Station will be timed to coincide with a major upgrade to the station recently announced by Network Rail.
Pedestrians will also benefit from safety enhancements being installed at Norroy Road plus the widening of the high street pedestrian crossing near this junction.

Once these works have finished the carriageway between Norroy Road and the Upper Richmond Road will be resurfaced.
The council is working closely with Transport for London to improve air quality in Putney High Street.

As a direct result of lobbying by the town hall, TfL has replaced 46 buses that operate along the high street with new cleaner, greener buses, including ten hybrid models. It has also agreed to install advanced catalytic converters that significantly reduce emissions in a further 85 buses. These changes are due to be completed by March 2013.

For further information about the council's plans to improve transport provision across the borough, visit www.wandsworth.gov.uk/travelchoices.
By: Charlie Masson Smith
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This map gives you a good overview of developments in the Wandsworth Town area:
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Sainsbury's | Wandsworth | U/C

This began construction in March 2012.

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Background here:
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As well as the improvement in Sainsbury's shopping offer for customers, the new development also includes a new retail unit, improved car parking facilities and a Premier Inn hotel which represents significant investment in the heart of Wandsworth

Preliminary work on the site began on the 7th May 2012 Bank Holiday Monday in order to prepare for the construction phase of the project, which began later that month. The indicative dates for the project thereafter are as follows:

- Improvements to the car park May - Autumn 2013
- Newly extended Sainsbury's open Autumn 2013
- Other retail units open Early 2014
- Premier Inn hotel opens Early 2014

Sainsbury's Garratt Lane store will continue to trade throughout the construction period.
Further Information:

If you require any further information please direct all enquiries to:

Email: sainsburysgarrattlane@fourcommunications.com
Tel: 0203 023 9918

http://www.sainsburys-garrattlane.com/
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This is now in the construction forum - http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...8#post98734438
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Riverlight, Nine Elms, Wandsworth, London

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can this be moved, this is for all talls going up no?
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