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Streatham Hub leisure development

The Streatham Hub development is being constructed by VINCI Construction UK Ltd on behalf of Spenhill Regeneration in partnership with the London Borough of Lambeth.

The new development is located on the west side of Streatham High Street just south of Streatham Railway Station, and will comprise:

    • New Leisure Centre for London Borough of Lambeth, including:
      - 25m, 6-lane swimming pool
      - 13m learner pool
      - full-size 1000-seat ice rink
      - health and fitness suite
    • Tesco Extra 63,000 ft² supermarket
    • 250 new homes, including a mix of private, shared-ownership and affordable homes
    • New Bus Interchange for Transport for London
    • Underground car parking serving the leisure centre, the residential apartments and retail store
    • Areas of public realm, surrounding the Grade II Listed Streatham United Reform Church and associated Children's Centre.

This will upgrade the existing facilities on the site, which include a 1980s Bus Garage, the disused Streatham Swimming Baths and Streatham Ice Rink, all of which will be demolished.

A temporary Ice Rink is being provided (no VINCI involvement) on Pope’s Road in Brixton to ensure that ice skating facilities are available for the period between the closure of the existing Streatham Ice Rink and the opening of the new ice rink with the leisure centre.

Key Dates

    • Commence Site Operations - August 2011
    • Closure of Streatham Ice Rink - December 2011
    • Temporary Bus Stand Operational - January 2012
    • Permanent Bus Stand Operational - Summer 2012
    • Show Flat Available - Autumn 2013
    • Leisure Centre Open to the Public - Late-2013
    • Tesco Store Open for Trading - Late-2013
    • Residential Units Complete - Spring-2014