The projects

Kingston project designs

Regeneration and Strategic Housing

Cambridge Road Estate Regeneration

Cambridge Road Estate is the borough’s largest regeneration programme aiming to deliver approximately 2000 new homes over the next 10-12 years, including more social housing, better community facilities and outdoor spaces and a lasting social and economic legacy for residents in Kingston.

The council is determined to deliver new social rented homes, some shared ownership and some homes for sale. The regeneration will also ensure that all of those who wish to stay on the estate are able to do so.

Find out more about the Cambridge Road Estate Regeneration.

Regeneration, Urban Planning and Economy

It's an exciting and busy time for the Regeneration/Economy Team in Kingston, with numerous significant town and district centre developments coming through in the next couple of years.

Sites & Locations

Key info on Site

Cattle Market (KTC)

Size: 1.9 hectares

Use: Mixed use

Ownership: RBK

Ashdown Road Car Park (KTC)

Size: 0.7 hectares

Use: principally a surface level car park.

Ownership: RBK circa (85%) & St George (circa 15%)

Guildhall Complex (KTC)

Size: 9125sqm (exclusive of Police Station and Court buildings).

Use: mixed use.

The Exchange Workspace (KTC)

A flexible workspace concept based in an iconic arts and crafts style building in KTC.

Size: 800sqm

Use: flexible B1 office space

Conquest House & King’s Place (KTC)

Size: 98,209 square feet

Use: Predominantly office with some retail space.

Ownership: RBK

Cocks Crescent (New Malden)

Size: 5.6 hectares

Use: mixed use

Ownership: Public & private (4 hectares owned by RBK).

Small Sites Programme (Borough-wide)

Sites identified: 300 council owned sites

Potential number of homes across all sites: up to 1000

Cambridge Road Estate (Norbiton)

Size: 8.6 hectares

Ownership: RBK

Use: approx 2000 units, new community facilities and green spaces (subject to masterplanning).

Kingsmeadow site & surrounds (Norbiton)

 

Leisure/Community Hub sites (Borough-wide)

Ownership: public & private (predominantly RBK)

Use: leisure-led mixed use