Masterplan



Masterplan

In 2011 London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, in consultation with local residents, adopted a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the Stag Brewery site, providing guidance for any proposals brought forward on the site. The SPD vision proposes a mixed-use scheme that will create a new village heart for Mortlake, with new amenities and public spaces that will benefit the local community. Richmond’s Local Plan (adopted 2018 and 2020) allocated the site for comprehensive redevelopment, including housing and an on-site new 6-form entry secondary school

The Stag Brewery redevelopment masterplan is based on the SPD, as well as the aspirations set out in the Richmond Local Plan and the London Plan and draws on local context and the key historic buildings. It creates an appropriate development that respects the ambition of the SPD and goes further in creating a vibrant and sustainable new centre for the local community of Mortlake. The masterplan proposes a range of uses across the site including residential, retail, office, community, recreational and educational, as well as many new active open and green public spaces.

Following extensive community consultation throughout 2016-2018, and in response to ongoing conversations with both London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames and the Greater London Authority (GLA), the proposal for the redevelopment of the Stag Brewery has continued to evolve since submitting to the Council in February 2018.

Though there have been a number of changes made as a result of the GLA call-in process, the revised scheme continues to provide many community benefits, including:

  • A new secondary school for approx. 1,200 students
  • New publicly accessible, local facilities including:
    • Cinema
    • Hotel
    • Community facilities, including a boat house
    • Shops and restaurants
  • Access to the Thames River and Towpath that will be available to the public 24/7, as well as new public routes throughout the development
  • 4.36ha of publicly accessible open space
  • 10,667 sqm play-space across the scheme and school
  • Provision of 2,582 long stay and 302 short stay cycle parking spaces across the development
  • The preservation and retention of heritage buildings across the site
  • Up to 400 new trees to be planted across the site

 
 

Townscape View from the River

Townscape View from the River

View from Chiswick Bridge

View from Chiswick Bridge

View from Crossing on Lower Richmond Road of the Greenlink

View from Crossing on Lower Richmond Road of the Greenlink

View from East Along Lower Richmond Road

View from East Along Lower Richmond Road

View from Mortlake Green

View from Mortlake Green

View of Bottleworks Square

View of Bottleworks Square

View of Buildings and Piazza 7 & 8

View of Buildings and Piazza 7 & 8

View of Former Maltings Building from the River

View of Former Maltings Building from the River

View of Green Link

View of Green Link

View of New High Street (Thames Street)

View of New High Street (Thames Street)

Waterfront View

Waterfront View