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Lewishaw £110m scheme gets go-ahead

Plans for a £110 million fourth phase of the Silwood Estate regeneration project for the London Borough of Lewisham and Southwark in south London got the green light this week.
The latest phase will include 343 homes bring the overall number to 554. Another 119 will be refurbished a community facilities will be built.

The scheme is backed by contractor Higgins, the London Development Agency, London and Quadrant Housing Trust, Presentation and Tower Homes. Higgins won the first £26 million phase in 2000.

Designs were drawn up by PRP Architects.

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