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Find out more about the architects and project team that will be working on this project.


Peabody has selected Stockwool as the architects for the St Olave’s development project. 

Stockwool specialise in creating places that enrich the lives of residents and the local community. They’re a leading practice for urban regeneration, designing buildings and spaces that are well-considered and imaginative. Their team of architects, like Peabody, feel passionately that architecture can and does make a positive difference to the world we live in.

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Based in London, they have built up a portfolio of acclaimed projects across the capital and the South East. Much of their work is housing-led and they understand all the elements that make somewhere a great and sustainable place to live. They have notable experience in the design of health and leisure facilities, shops, schools and offices.

Planning consultants

Our planning consultants for the project will be CMA Planning.
CMA LogoCMA Planning was established as a specialist planning, regeneration and development consultancy in 2006. The company operates throughout the UK, but is strongly focused on London and has an excellent track record in the inner London Boroughs.

The firm has a wide range of clients from private developers, education providers, housing associations to house builders, investors and commercial operators.

Landscape architects

Turkington Martin will be the landscape architects for St Olave’s.Turkington Martin
The team is committed to the creation of sustainable places through high-quality landscape architecture. They create beautiful, enduring places informed by an understanding of the way people use space. By working collaboratively with and local people, developers, architects, engineers and planning consultants.

Communication with local people

Peabody has hired a communications company, Curtin&Co, that specialises in community engagement on planning and development projects, to lead on our consultations with local people. Peabody is committed to working with the local community throughout the project.
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We have yet to decide which company we will use to build the homes. We will be going through a procurement process to select our contractors.