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Dockley Road, Southwark, London, UK

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The redevelopment of the Dockley Road Industrial Estate is part of a wider scheme transforming the railway arches along Southwark's 'LowLine', between London Bridge and Bermondsey.  The project will create a new pedestrian street which connects Spa Road and Dockley Road, activated by the traders in the existing railway arches, along with a series of new units on the ground floor of the development, contributing to the array of artisan producers on-site. This will create a lively street open for Saturday market trading forming a key part of Southwark’s Low Line walking routes and establishing a centre of activity and enterprise.  On the upper floors are 111 residential units of mixed size and tenure.  The project has recently been granted planning permission. 

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The Dockley Road Industrial Estate is positioned along the Southwark Lowline. It forms a key link in the regeneration of the railway arches, bringing them into use for local businesses and create a centre for activity and enterprise. 


Ground Floor Plan

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Existing artisan makers in the local area

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New commercial spaces work in conjunction with railway arches to create active laneway on the 'Lowline' 

View from the railway 

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Dockley Road, Southwark, London, UK



Matching Green Ltd

Design Team

Studio Woodroffe Papa and Poggi Architecture 


111 Residential Units + 1100 sqm of commercial units

Site area

0.34 ha

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