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Defined by its prominent African-Caribbean heritage, food and world famous market on Electric Avenue, Brixton is one of the Lambeth’s biggest up and coming areas. Today, an influx of digital and technology companies are making the town their home, creating a new London tech hub. Developers are also taking full advantage of the burgeoning interest in the area, with hundreds of new homes, and office space being built and created. Meanwhile, space around the train station is undergoing major redeveloped which will secure Brixton’s future growth.
The name is famous worldwide thanks to the Vauxhall car manufacturer, which was originally based there. And today, the area is seeing a massive transformation, taking it away from its 20th century economy of manual workers’ homes and businesses housing the local railway and a former water supply works. Now, the borough is on the verge of becoming a key London destination boosts its housing stock, improves its transport systems, and plays upon its historic arches, cafes and green spaces.
Home to London’s busiest rail terminal, Waterloo will soon be the home to new statement buildings, an up-scale hotel, large student housing scheme, and the latest in technology and digital start-ups. The iconic station is also getting a new £800 million retail and leisure section, which will be born out of the former Eurostar International Terminal that relocated to St Pancras 10 years ago. Meanwhile, the area around the station – Leake Street and Lower Marsh are also being regenerated.
Lambeth Council's £68 million new civic centre moved nearer to completion in July, as the final piece of the new roof was fitted into place at a special ceremony for civic staff.find out more
Sales at two new residential blocks in Brixton will open in November, according to housing developer Muse.find out more
Mount Anvil and FABRICA by A2Dominion's luxury housing development in Vauxhall reached a new milestone in October, as one of the old tower blocks at the Keybridge site was demolished.find out more
As part of its £1.6 billion regeneration plan, the housing association plans to demolish 864 existing homes and constructing more than 2,500.find out more
A theatre is to relocate to Brixton, as part of a regeneration scheme including hundreds of homes.find out more
Transport for London (TfL), working with Lambeth Council, is developing proposals...find out more
Berkeley Group, working with Lambeth Council, has been consulting the local community over plans...find out more
A significant residential area, West Norwood is in the middle of a regeneration project. In 2009, a masterplan...find out more
Two major landowners, Lambeth Council and Network Rail, have been working on long term plans for the area...find out more
As one of London’s busiest terminals used by around 100 million people annually, Waterloo station, has been undergoing...find out more