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LONDON-Southwark is set to get a massive new residential scheme. Tabard Square, designed by Rolfe Judd Architecture for Berkeley Homes, will feature 521 residential units, a supermarket and retail units in buildings ranging from six to 21 storeys. The entire scheme will be arranged around a public square, at the centre of which will be a pavillion designed for use as a cafe/restaurant.

Design changes were made to the scheme following advice from the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE), with five storeys being removed from the tower at some point of the process.

Both CABE and London Mayor Ken Livingstone lent their support to the scheme.

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