Overview of the scheme

Our plans will replace the tired and outdated existing Elizabeth House building and deliver a new, exceptional office space that could support up to 11,000 jobs.

At the same time, we will transform the public space and pedestrian experience around the site to help relieve pressure on Waterloo Station and create much better local connections to the South Bank and surrounding area.

You can view the plans in full on the Proposals page. Alternatively, you can view the application online via Lambeth Council’s planning portal.

Scheme benefits

Increasing local spending from the local workforce by approximately £13 million a year within the South Bank area

Generating circa £10-15 million in business rates revenue annually for Lambeth Council

Supporting over 11,000 jobs almost five times more than is currently supported on the site

Delivering approximately £49 million in Mayoral and Borough CIL (Community Infrastructure Levy)

Managed workspace. A managed workspace offer to provide flexible space suitable for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises and creative and digital industries;

Affordable workspace strategy. Managed Affordable workspace solution for local businesses and residents

Creating a bespoke Employment and Skills Plan alongside Lambeth Council to maximise local benefits, through local jobs targets, engagement with schools, and financial contributions to local charities and businesses