Irish Developer Submits Plans for Mixed-Use Scheme

9 May 2011 (Last Updated May 9th, 2011 18:30)

Irish developer Ballymore has submitted plans for Embassy Gardens, a mixed-use scheme in South London, UK. Embassy Gardens will be built around the new US Embassy building, and will include 2,000 homes, a 100-room hotel, 55,700m² of office space and 12,000m² of retail space fe

Irish developer Ballymore has submitted plans for Embassy Gardens, a mixed-use scheme in South London, UK.

Embassy Gardens will be built around the new US Embassy building, and will include 2,000 homes, a 100-room hotel, 55,700m² of office space and 12,000m² of retail space featuring shops, bars and restaurants.

The master plan for the site offers nine building plots with a maximum building height of 23 storeys.

Farrell & Partners created the master plan for the development while the first phase of the scheme was designed by AHMM, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Flacq.

Ballymore expects to begin work in early 2012 subject to receiving approval from Wandsworth Council.