Online exhibition: Monday 16 May – Monday 30 May
Pop-up events: Saturday 21st and Tuesday 24th May, Surrey Quays Shopping Centre
Illustrative view of the new Tesco
We would like to invite you to visit a virtual exhibition or an in-person pop-up event to find out about the plans for Zone G of the Canada Water Masterplan.
Zone G is located across what is now a portion of Surrey Quays Leisure Park, comprising the Odeon Cinema, Buzz Bingo, Pizza Hut, Frankie and Benny’s, affordable workspace Thrive, operated by Tree Shepherd, and some car parking spaces. The proposed development will be mixed-use, providing a brand-new Tesco Extra supermarket with a below ground car park for Tesco shoppers to use for the town centre. The current Tesco Extra will not close until the new one is ready to open, so there will be no change to the shopping experience during this period. There will also be space for other new shops , as well as c.420 homes, 30% of which will be social rent homes, with an additional 34% as intermediate affordable. In addition, there will be new green spaces for future building residents to use. .
The outline application for Zone G received approval from Southwark Council in September 2020 as part of the Canada Water Masterplan, and we’re now in a position to share the detailed plans before we submit a Reserved Matters Application (RMA) to Southwark Council later this year, seeking approval for the detailed design, proposed appearance, layout, use, scale and landscaping of the area.
You can view the proposals in two ways:
Zone G virtual public exhibition
Date: Monday 16 May – Monday 30 May
You can also download the exhibition boards from our website here, and we can provide printed copies of the material shared in the virtual exhibition on request – email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 0800 470 4593 or use the contact form here.
Zone G in-person pop-up events
Saturday 21st May 2022, between 11am and 4pm
Wednesday 24th May 2022, between 4pm and 7pm
Venue: Former T&T2 Unit in Surrey Quays shopping centre (opposite Tesco).
Please drop in to find out more about the plans. The project team will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Following this period of engagement we will submit a Reserved Matters Application for Zone G to Southwark Council. The council will then hold a 21-day statutory consultation period.
Find out more and get in touch with the team
In addition to the information shared in the exhibitions, a Frequently Asked Questions booklet can also be found within the virtual exhibition or on the downloads page of our website. If you have any further questions regarding the proposals, please get in touch with the team.