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Bloom and Angelo Gordon receive planning consent for ultra-urban warehouse development
A joint venture consisting of Bloom and Angelo Gordon has received the green light to deliver a sustainable 52,410-square-foot ultra-urban warehouse development in London’s Camberwell neighborhood.
Bloom will develop nine units laid out over dual two-floor parallel terraces with an open central service yard. The development will be targeting a BREEAM sustainability rating of “Excellent” and an EPC rating of A+. It will include solar panels and EV charging points.
This is the fourth ground-up development to be carried out by Bloom for its €287 million ($262 million) joint venture with Angelo Gordon in central London, following its launch in 2021. Since the joint venture was formed, Bloom has acquired six assets in London: Brixton, Greenwich, Hackney, Fulham, Camberwell and Park Royal. The portfolio consists of a mixture of extensive refurbishment and ground-up redevelopment projects.
“We are thrilled to have received unanimous planning committee approva