Bermondsey Spa :: Shared Description

A major housing development in the area between the London-Greenwich Railway line and Jamaica Road, in the early years of the 21st century.

The development was a partnership between Southwark Council and the Hyde Group. It includes over 2,000 apartments, with more than 40% affordable housing; two health centres; open spaces; council offices; shops and offices.

The development takes its name from pleasure gardens opened c.1765 around a spring (believed to have curative properties). The terraced housing that later occupied most of the site was cleared by the 1950s.
by Stephen Craven
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TQ3479 : Frean Street, Bermondsey by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : Spa Road, Bermondsey by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : Old Jamaica Road, Bermondsey by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : Bermondsey Spa development by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : Bermondsey Spa: Abbey Street development by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : St James, Bermondsey - improved axial view by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : Bermondsey Spa: Yates Court by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : Bermondsey Spa: Apartment block with Tesco Metro by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : New and old buildings, Old Jamaica Road, Bermondsey by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : Thurland Road, Bermondsey by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : Bermondsey Spa: Yates Court by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : Spa Medical Centre, Bermondsey by Stephen Craven
TQ3479 : The Parker Building under construction by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sun, 27 May 2012, Updated: Sun, 27 May 2012

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