Putney Wharf Case Study

13 January 2023


Putney Wharf is a notable mixed-use residential development situated along the scenic River Thames in Wandsworth, between Putney Bridge and St Mary’s Church. The project involved the revitalisation of a former brewery warehouses and an ICL Tower, transforming them into a thriving community.

St. George, the developer, spearheaded the regeneration project, which entailed the refurbishment of the existing tower into 210 luxurious apartments, with 174 allocated for private sale and 36 designated as affordable housing, as well as leisure facilities. Patrick Parsons played a crucial role in delivering civil and structural engineering consultancy for the Putney Wharf development, ensuring its success.

Following completion, the area has been rejuvenated into a vibrant space, offering a picturesque river walkway for residents and visitors to enjoy. Additionally, a new public house and a piazza were created, further enhancing the community’s social and recreational opportunities.

The scheme at Wandsworth represented a significant project in the regeneration of the waterfront and the ongoing development of the riverside walkway. It played a key role in transforming the area and enhancing its attractiveness to residents and visitors alike and created an appealing environment that encourages people to explore and enjoy the riverside.

In the case study video, the Patrick Parsons team provides insights into their involvement in the project, discussing their specific role, the challenges they encountered, and the unique attributes of the site. The video serves as a testament to the successful transformation of Putney Wharf and showcases the collaborative efforts that brought the development to fruition.

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