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Osiers Road Car Park

Land South of Osiers Road - Osiers Road - Wandsworth - Wandsworth - SW18 1NL

Taylor Wimpey are in the process of gaining detailed planning consent for 85 brand new 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. 

This website provides information on every aspect of our proposals to date.

  • Overview


    Taylor Wimpey South Thames is in the process of gaining detailed planning permission for 85 new apartments on a site just south of Osiers Road, Wandsworth.  

    The development will complement Taylor Wimpey’s existing scheme ‘Radius,’ a scheme of 152 exclusive apartments, which is situated just to the north of Osiers Road, and is due for completion this summer. The site is currently a brownfield car park running alongside the railway embankment. Taylor Wimpey will be providing a new retaining structure along the length of the railway, which will enable the embankment to be excavated and brought down to ground level. This will increase the natural surveillance and visual interest along what is currently an unattractive section of Osiers Road.

    The development is made up of 15 one bedroom apartments, 62 two bedroom apartments and 8 three bedroom apartments. This will include 19 affordable homes – comprising 22.4% of the overall development.

    CGI of facade


  • About the site

    History of the Site

    The site is located within the Thamesfield ward of the London Borough of Wandsworth. Wandsworth is one of the largest inner London Boroughs, stretching from central London at Vauxhall out to the edge of Richmond Park in the West.
    Wandsworth is bounded to the North by the River Thames and its riverside location provides a significant local amenity as well as confirming a rich historical context.

    The London Borough of Richmond is to the West, London Borough of Merton to the South and London Borough of Lambeth to the East.

     Map location of Wandsworth Borough


    There have been a number of residential developments along the river in the recent years. The success of these developments and their impact on the area is a result of their ability to integrate and address the needs of a well-established local community.

    The profile and character of the surrounding area has changed over recent years. The area was previously predominantly light industrial uses.  Recently it has been redeveloped and the majority of the surrounding buildings now offer commercial uses on ground floor and residential uses above. 

    Location of Osiers Road Car Park

    At present the site is an unmaintained car park which runs parallel to the north of the railway line.



    Image of Taylor Wimpey's existing development, Radius, north of Osiers Road

  • What's proposed

    What's Proposed

    Through the scheme, Taylor Wimpey will provide:

    • 85 new homes
    • 16 affordable homes onsite (inclusive)
    • 31 parking spaces
    • 470sqm of commercial floorspace distributed between 4 units
    • A publically accessible ‘Pocket Park’.

    CGI ORCP 1

    The buildings have been positioned to benefit from the sun path. they are orientated at an angle to the railway to allow sunlight to access the communal gardens between the buildings.

    There is also a shared amenity deck within each of the towers, which are available exclusively for the use of our residents. 

    What we are proposing at Osiers Combined



  • Community

    Community Benefits

    Economic Benefits – During Construction

    New Homes Bonus
    The Government has announced £917 million of New Homes Bonus allocations for 2014 to 2015 – an initiative that enables local authorities to share in the economic benefits that development brings. Through the scheme, the Government will provide additional funding or a ‘bonus’ by match funding the council tax raised from the building of new homes, with an additional amount for affordable homes.

    Job Creation
    Research by Michael Ball, Professor of Urban and Property Economics at the University of Reading suggests that every new home built creates 1.5 full time “direct jobs”. Furthermore, it is estimated by the Home Builders Federation that an additional three jobs are created indirectly through the supply chain.

    Economic Benefits – After Construction

    Support for Existing Facilities
    With new homes comes new investment which means many people in the area can benefit from new or improved services such as public transport, schools and shops. Growth of an existing community can also be a key consideration when making a decision to upgrade or replace existing infrastructure. This is often the case when considering provision of facilities or services that demand a particular size of population.

    Osiers Road at Night



  • Updates


    On 18 March 2015, Taylor Wimpey received a Resolution to Grant planning permission for this scheme. This is subject to concluding a legal agreement with Wandsworth Council.

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