Carvil was employed to assist King’s College London to deliver its plans for a mixed-use scheme on the site of the former Mulberry Business Centre, Canada Water, SE16 consisting of 770 student rooms, 4,490 sqm of office accommodation, 33 affordable homes and retail uses and high quality public realm. Following active engagement with Southwark Council the scope of the project was widened to include the possible creation of a new campus for King’s on the adjoining former Harmsworth Quays print works.
As part of the delivery of the 185 Park Street planning application Carvil was engaged to assist United St Saviour’s Charity (USSC) with its plans to build an almshouse for the 21st century at 94-116 Southwark Park Road that will provide genuinely affordable rented housing to Southwark residents. In this role Carvil is assisting USSC and Delancey in its negotiations with Southwark Council to acquire the site and deliver a truly innovative affordable housing solution. Carvil has also provided public affairs and stakeholder engagement services to USSC that to date has involved arranging a t
Carvil was engaged by King’s College to assist with its plans to redevelop 127-143 Borough High Street to provide a mixed-use scheme comprising new shops, a hotel and student gym. Carvil led the public affairs and stakeholder engagement programme that led to a planning application being submitted in May 2013 that was approved in February 2014
Carvil was engaged by Sherwood Property Holdings and the London Centre for Contemporary Music (LCCM) to help deliver a redevelopment of Octavia House to provide five storeys of music campus including new performance space for LCCM and eight storeys of residential accommodation comprising 55 units including one storey of on-site affordable housing as well as high quality public realm.