Manor Place Depot
Walworth's Manor Place Depot site that we acquired in November 2013 includes office buildings, a former waste transfer station and Grade II-listed bath house buildings, and a large bathing hall, The Pool Building. Final proposals for the site include 270 residential homes with a mix of market, intermediate and affordable homes.
At a glance
Alongside the new homes we'll be building, there are plans to develop a commercial space, created within under-utilised existing buildings and within the railway arches that cut through the site. Our plans also retain the listed heritage structures 33 Manor Place and the neighbouring former Pool Building, for residential and commercial uses respectively.
- Architects: Pollard Thomas Edwards
- Contractors: Durkan
- Units: 270 (166 private sale, 60 Shared Ownership, 44 social rent)
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About Manor Place Depot, Southwark
33 Manor Place is a grade II-listed building, originally constructed in 1898 as public bathing pools and a wash house. The bathing pools were closed in 1978 and since then Southwark Council used the space as offices and storage. Although not a listed building, 17-21 Manor Place towards the south of the site remains a key local historical building.
Completed in 1899, the 17-21 Manor Place once housed a coroner’s court and adjoining mortuary. We recognise that the buildings are viewed as a heritage asset by the local community.