The Twin Towers of Loughborough Junction – revived ?

A neighbour reports that they have received a letter from Lambeth advising that a revised application has been made for the notorious Twin Towers project at Loughborough Junction, which we reported on back in 2020: see our summary then,  which contains a link to the Herne Hill Society’s magisterial objection.

Fully conscious that their original application blatantly breached Lambeth’s own policy regarding tall buildings, the developers are now, it seems, trying to breathe new life into the proposal by persuading the council to override their own policy.

We have no doubt that the Herne Hill Society’s planners are now gearing up to return to the charge. Hopefully the Brixton Society and the Loughborough Junction Action Group will also spring into action.

Meanwhile, what isn’t remotely clear is why Lambeth have advised (as far as we know) just one household on Fawnbrake Avenue. Surely they’re not trying to keep this cheeky new application secret, are they?

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  1. Hello Pat

    I had the same letter and presume it was because I wrote to Lambeth to object when the first application went in. I think that is what they do. I hate the thought of these towers being so visible and close from my upstairs windows and will write again.

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