Somers Town set to be transformed

Turley is to act as planning consultant in delivering Camden Council’s high-profile regeneration of Somers Town, near St Pancras, London.

Turley will provide planning advice to architects DSDHA, who are managing the development of a Masterplan for the area, as well as managing the planning submissions for the wider redevelopment of the area.

The Somers Town transformation will provide a new Edith Neville Primary school, a ‘community hub’, private and affordable housing, extensive public realm and improved permeability within the area.

The project is part of Camden’s Community Investment Programme (CIP), which is a 15 year plan to invest money in schools, homes and community facilities.

Anna Snow, Turley Associate Director, is leading the planning input.

She said:

“We are excited to have this opportunity to work alongside local residents, Camden Council and a collection of fantastic architectural practises in order to progress and deliver a high quality regeneration scheme for the heart of Somers Town.”