This follows on from this thread, which related to the planning application that was given permission in 2015. Shortly after gaining consent, the developers went bust, leaving a half-demolished site which could have provided the previously evicted businesses with space for another 5 years or so, had things been done differently. Anyway, most of the site has now been levelled and Peabody (now the main developers) have just put in a new application. I thought it would be worth starting a new thread, so that anyone coming to this fresh would not be confused by the discussion of the previous scheme. There is a very large number of documents on the Lambeth Planning database - you can find them all here. I have downloaded the lot, and had an initial look through. I'm going to post a few of the main images, and a bit of extra commentary will likely follow over the next few days. If you want to comment on the application you can do so here and it looks like we have until the 22nd of February to do so. If you want to make an effective comment, then you should try and make sure that it addresses things that can actually be taken into account, and following discussion here might be a way of understanding what the planners can actually take into consideration. Here are a few images of what's proposed, starting with an aerial view. The new development is the tower in the centre with the lower blocks to the left of it (which face onto Herne Hill Road) For orientation, Coldharbour Lane runs from the bottom left of the image, towards the right. Camberwell is to the left of this view, Brixton is off to the right. Here's a similar viewpoint prior to the site being fully cleared: This view is of the proposed development, looking across Herne Hill Road from the junction with Padfield Road. Down to the right is the junction with Coldharbour Lane. It may not be accidental that the 17 storey tower is mostly hidden by the blocks in front: This is a view of the tower that I guess a train driver on the Overground would get: Let's try and forgive whoever did this rendering for creating the mutant train and wrong number of tracks on the viaduct. Down on the left is Loughbourough Junction station.