An exciting new vision for Royal Street

An update on our exciting vision for Royal Street, SE1

Thank you to everyone who engaged with us during our latest phase of consultation about our plans to bring a new neighbourhood to Royal Street with high-quality public realm, new homes, space for businesses, restaurants, and shops as well as laboratory space to develop cutting edge new healthcare technologies.

Before Christmas, we held our second phase of consultation where members of the public were invited to attend either our online webinar or one of our in-person exhibitions at the Health Foundry on the Royal Street site, where we presented our updated proposals.

Your feedback from this phase has helped to shape the plans as they have developed over the last couple of months, and we have now submitted a planning application to Lambeth Council.

Please visit Our Proposals to find out how we developed our designs as a result of feedback.

Royal Street is an exciting opportunity to deliver new public realm, space for businesses, restaurants, shops and homes as well as laboratory space to develop cutting edge new healthcare technologies

The plans for Royal Street are being brought forward by the landowner, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation, and their development partner, Stanhope, with the support of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.

In September and October, we introduced our early proposals for the development of Royal Street and asked for your thoughts on what you would like to see included in the plans as they are developed further.

In November and December 2021, we came back to share more developed designs, which were shaped by your feedback from the first phase of consultation and provided more information about the community benefits that the development will bring to the local area and the wider borough.

This website provides further information about the project, building on the dialogue Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation and Stanhope have had with local stakeholders and community organisations over the past two years.

Please do take the time to look through this information, read more about the development, and provide us with your views and ask any questions via the Have Your Say page.