Project Information
Project name: UK: TfL South Kensington station development JV
Project description:

TfL plans to improve the commercial and retail units of the station and refurbish the four storey buildings at 20-34 Thurloe Street and create new opportunities along TfL's stretch of land on Pelham Street. This scheme will provide funds to provide step-free access to the District and Circle lines, as well as to the pedestrian subway linking the station with the area's museums. 

The site also includes the main station entrances through the Grade II listed shopping arcade, which will be restored to its original state, and a second entrance via a Grade II listed pedestrian subway.

The initial stage of the joint venture will be five years, but a long leasehold interest will also be granted.

A preferred partner will be chosen later this year and the joint venture will then develop proposals for the site in consultation with the local community and seek planning permission to develop the site.

Bids are due by 28 April, with questions by 20 April. 

Related Headlines 

29 March 2017 - South Ken JV tendered 

 6 January 2017 - TfL seeks development partner

Type: PPP
Sector: Housing & regeneration
Region: UK - - London
Current status: Advertised - 29/03/2017
Contract Terms
Duration: 5 years
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: Transport for London
Public sector contact: Transport for London (Commercial Services)
Windsor House 42- 50 Victoria St
For the attention of: Paul Devine and Scott Anderson
SW1H 0TL London
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 2030547382
E-mail: SouthKensingtonOpportunity@tfl.gov.uk

This page was last updated on:
29 March 2017.

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