Comber Grove


Camberwell, SE5 is part of the London borough of Southwark and borders on to East Dulwich and Peckham. Camberwell has a varied range of cultures, ages and classes making it a vibrant area to live and work in. It offers a large selection of ethnic restaurants, cafes and bakeries. Camberwell is located next to Dulwich and is just over 1 mile from Elephant & Castle. Property in Camberwell ranges from Georgian to Victorian properties. Camberwell Grove and Grove Lane have some of London's most elegant and well preserved Georgian houses with Camberwell lane reputed to be the longest road of Georgian properties in the country.

The Site
Oval Tube (13 mins walk)

Burgess park

Comber Grove

Camberwell Green |------------------------------------------------------|
Scale: Approx. 1km


This site is very well located for all amenities and transport links within the Camberwell area. It is a 4 minute walk to Camberwell Green centre which has a multitude of amenities including Camberwell leisure centre, banking, and several supermarkets. There is a vibrant social scene with several renowned bars and gastro pubs in the area including The Black sheep and Red Star. From a dining perspective, Camberwell has a vast array of ethnic restaurants together with well known franchises such as Nandos and Pizza Express. The site is also within very easy reach of several open spaces including the beautiful Burgess park (5 mins walk), Camberwell green (4 mins walk), Myatt’s Fields (5 mins walk) and Kennington park (8 mins walk).

Comber Grove is very well located with excellent transport links to Central and South London. Bus: The site is served by the following buses:12, 35, 36, 40, 42, 68, 171, 176, 185, 343, 345, 436, 468, 484. Approximate journey times include: Elephant & Castle - 15minutes, Oxford Circus 36 minutes, Liverpool Street 40 minutes Rail: Comber Grove is just a 7 minute walk to Denmark Hill national rail station. From here, London Bridge is 12 minute direct journey and Victoria is an 11 minute journey. Tube: Oval Tube station (13 min walk) is the nearest underground. It is on the Northern Line and is just a 10 minute journey to Bank and a 12 minute journey to The West End.


Local Area Analysis
Camberwell is set to benefit hugely from the planned Elephant & Castle regeneration scheme. With over £1.5bn earmarked for the project, it is set to have a major impact on amenities and subsequently housing prices throughout the whole area. The council are working in partnership with a commercial developer to regenerate the whole area, using the framework for development as planning guidance. By setting the agenda in this way, Southwark Council has adopted an extremely radical approach. Major regeneration projects are rarely led by the public sector – schemes of a similar scale, for example the King’s Cross redevelopment, are more usually initiated by private developers. The fact that the council is also the major landowner in the area gives it an unprecedented level of control and will ensure that the main points on the agenda are adhered to. The key features of the Elephant and Castle framework for development include: • • • • • • • • • • • • Demolition of the shopping centre and Heygate Estate Rehousing of Heygate Estate residents into high quality social housing in the Elephant and Castle area Removal of the congested road system and rerouting of traffic out of the core area Creation of a new pedestrian-friendly town centre Development of 5, 300 new homes Creation of 75,000m2 of modern retail and leisure facilities Design of an improved transport interchange Creation of two new parks Addition of two extra schools, including a city academy Creation of over 4,000 new jobs as a result of these changes Adoption of a range of innovative measures to minimise energy consumption Quality design at the heart of the plans

The planned regeneration will be on a scale rarely seen in Europe since the war. It will rival the Olympic regeneration project and as a result, property prices should see similar levels of growth over the coming years.


Sales Strategy
Key Positive Attributes • • • • • • Eye-catching, contemporary development in an area with few new build alternatives. First class transport links via road and rail and tube. Proximity to Camberwell centre with a plethora of shopping and leisure facilities Directly adjacent to proposed regeneration project (Elephant & Castle). Strong rental demand for new build properties within close proximity to Central London. Affordable capital values of units with the 1 beds in particular, ideal for first time buyers.

One bed comparisons in SE5

Fabulous newly built top floor apartment providing all mod cons with quality fitted kitchen and bathroom/wc. being a corner position and at top floor level this apartment boasts an abundance of natural light 430 sq ft £210,000 Agent: HAART

Ludlowthompson.com are offering to the sales market this 1 bedroom top floor period conversion. Located on this road, the property boasts great transport routes into the city ce. £214,950 Agent: Ludlow Thomson


fantastic, first floor, one bedroom flat presented in excellent decorative condition £219,950 Agent: Barnard Marcus

Two bed comparisons in SE5
A spacious two-bedroom apartment on the second floor of this converted period property. £279,950

Agent: Winkworth

Completely refurbished, this two bedroom garden flat is presented in excellent condition £280,000 Agent: Kingleigh Fokhard & Hayward

A fantastic two double bedroom split level conversion flat

£289,950 Agent: Kingleigh Fokhard & Hayward


A spacious split level two bedroom flat on the top floors of this Victorian property with its own private street entrance £294,950 Agent: Winkworth

Raised ground floor two double bedroom flat with fitted kitchen set off the front lounge, ensuite shower room to the main bedroom and modern bathroom, with Oak flooring £300,000 Agent: Property In.com