2019 Local Plan – Town Centre high rises planned by the Council

These are the development sites in the Local Plan (approved 2019) for the Town Centre:

  • 2019 Local Plan Site 1 ABC Civic Centre

    This was the Bishops Palace for the Bishops of Rochester, and later became Stockwell College. These buildings that currently form the seat of our local government is to be split into 3 parts so that the central section can become housing and a hotel: Site 1A – Civic Centre north section, multi-storey car park, Stockwell…
  • 2019 Local Plan Site 10 High Street West

    This plan involves Compulsory Purchase and tower blocks over Ethelbert Close, and further blocks down the High Street, demolishing nearly every building, including the former Gaumont Cinema
  • 2019 Local Plan Site 2 – Bromley North Station

    The Area around Bromley North Station has been on the plans for redevelopment, for at least 10 years. Each new version increases the number of ‘units’ (housing units, in this case flats) that are expected to fit on the site. At the current rate the eventual build will be 8-12 storey line, in the style…
  • 2019 Local Plan Site 3 – Hill Car Park & Adjacent

    Redevelopment of the Hill Car park site. entry in the Local Plan: Site Policy: Development for mixed use including retail (150sqm), cultural facilities, car parking for the public and for residential, and 150 residential units.Proposals will be expected to: respect the character of Bromley North Village, the Bromley Town Conservation Area and the locally listed…
  • oval of proposed high-rises compared with oval of nicer ones

    Comments on the Supplementary Planning Document consultation

    comparison of proposed overbearing designs with nicer modern developments (as built in Kent this year) This summer the council has run a consultation to decide whether to issue supplementary planning guidance for Bromley and Orpington town centres. The consultation was run by Commonplace and closed 5th¬†October 2020. You can view the comments people made by…

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