Developer sought for £50m Brixton town hall scheme
The redevelopment of Brixton town hall is being planned by the London Borough of Lambeth in a project estimated to cost between £30m and £50m.
The council is advertising for a development partner with ‘skill, flair and expertise’ to plan, design and build a mixed use scheme based on the town hall and adjacent offices.
The council needs 16,000 square metres of floor space in the town hall for its offices and services but the remaining 13,000 square metres is up for redevelopment and new use.
The potential to create an ‘integrated civic, community and cultural hub’ and/or new types of retail in Brixton’s town hall area was identified in a 2009 ‘Future Brixton Masterplan’ prepared by consultants Arup, Stock Woolstencroft and Gerald Eve.
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This article was published on 07/08/2012 (last updated on 07/08/2012).