Proposals to build 122 new apartments comprising one, two and three-bedroom homes in Westmoreland Road near Bromley South station have been revealed.

Proposals to build a “mixed use development” including homes, flexible office space and a retail unit close to Bromley South station were recently validated by Bromley Council.

The build includes 1,500 square metres of office space and retail floorspace on the corner of Masons Hill and Westmoreland Road.

The redevelopment of the currently vacant 1950s building comes after claims that the building has become an “eyesore” in recent times.

The taller residential build will aim to serve as a landmark for the surrounding area and a transition in height between the taller buildings around Bromley South to the north.

A separate, lower office building on Masons Hill will include a new landscaped courtyard, and will be designed to complement nearby Grade II listed former St. Mark’s School which is adjacent.   

A spokesperson for London Land Group said: “The development will feature on-site renewable energy sources, including solar panels and a state-of- the-art air-sourced heating system that will see a reduction of 60% in regulated carbon dioxide emissions beyond the baseline of Building Regulations, significantly exceeding the minimum required by the London Plan.”

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The build will use “off-site construction technology” to precast concrete structures and a façade system to have less impact on neighbours and create less construction waste.

The development will also serve as an opportunity to make ecological enhancements, including tree planting to make One Westmoreland “one of the most sustainable developments in the borough”.

The development, being named as One Westmoreland, will be an “exemplar project” in the area using solar panels, and technology that will reduce 60% of regulated carbon dioxide.