Our Proposals

Our proposals combine high quality residential development with a mix of commercial and other uses as well as a new state-of-the-art school building for St Mary’s along with a significantly improved public realm. As well as adding high quality contemporary architecture, much of the existing buildings and infrastructure will be preserved, re-invigorated and integrated in to the design.

View north towards Battersea Park Station


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The key elements of the proposals are:

A vibrant new residential neighbourhood on the corner of Battersea Park Road and Queenstown Road.

Public Square:
Creating a new public space at the heart of the site

Legible Public Realm:
Pedestrian friendly clear east-west and north-south routes through the site lined with active frontages.

Station to Station Route:
A new pedestrian connection between Battersea Park Station and Queenstown Road Station.

New St Mary’s School Building:
Active frontages and entrances on Lockington Road and public facilities opening out on to the new public space.

Reusing Existing Buildings:
Inhabiting the exiting arches and refurbishing the retyained existing buildings with new commercial space.

New Landmark Building:
The slender building opposite Battersea Park Road Station will make an elegant entrance building to the scheme. The main height is setback from Battersea Park Road in response to the scale of the surrounding buildings.

Main Massing to the Rear of the Site:
Higher elements are located in the south eastern part of the site where they are clearly visible from the train routes passing through and around the site.


The architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios have an excellent reputation in the education sector:

We believe there is a need to create social communities in educational buildings and we continue to explore how architecture can inspire learning.

Our reputation in this field has been well recognised with a dozen RIBA Education Awards. We were named Schools Architect of the Year in 2009 and Education Architect of the Year in 2005 and 2006. We are at the forefront of radical educational philosophy and are committed to the creation of excellence in spaces for teaching and learning.

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

The proposal for St Mary’s Catholic Primary School will increase the size of the school while dramatically improving the facilities.

The proposed school will include a new courtyard play area in addition to a Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) being provided on the roof of the new school building. This can be used for a variety of sporting activities and will also be made available for the local community outside of school hours.

Chelsea Academy, London

View of school from Lockington Road

St. Mary Magdalene Academy, London

View of school play space