Lowick Group, the public relations firm for the controversial Plassy Road development in Catford have released details of further plans for the site on the south circular road in London. They have dubbed the site ‘Catford Island’ in their leaflet. They say that the area has been identified by both Lewisham Council and the GLA as appropriate for tall buildings proposing an increase in the height of the tallest building from twenty to twenty three floors to create a ‘memorable’ skyline.

Local residents have been invited to an exhibition and event on Saturday September 24th at the Corbett Community Library Torridon Rd, London SE6 1RQ from 10AM-2PM.

The leaflet from the publicists is below:


Lewisham Council’s Catford Town Centre Framework states that schemes will need to demonstrate how building height, massing, form and detailed design of proposals has mitigated development impacts. The maximum height in the document is twenty storeys.

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