Trafalgar Place

Trafalgar Place is the first residential development completed in Elephant & Castle by Lendlease. The development completed construction in June 2015 with residents moving in shortly after this. Trafalgar Place now hosts its own community, a new street called New Paragon Walk, a variety of sustainability initiatives and high quality homes built to Lendlease standards. The work and design that has contributed to producing the development has been recognised around the industry with Trafalgar Place winning a number of prestigious awards:

  • Housing Design Award at Brick Awards
  • Best New Place to Live at London Planning Awards
  • The Mayor’s Award for Planning Excellence at London Planning Awards

About Trafalgar Place

Trafalgar Place offers 235 high-quality homes in a tranquil urban development, set to lead the way in sustainable living in the heart of the city.

Designed by award-winning architects de Rijke Marsh Morgan, Trafalgar Place is a significant step in the regeneration of Elephant & Castle. Its seven buildings range from 4 to 10 storeys, each designed to sit naturally within, and feel part of, its immediate surroundings. They take advantage of their connectedness – to the streets and landscaping, to the wider community, to the local area’s rich history and, ultimately, to the rest of London.

With striking brickwork, glass and metal cladding, each building has its own unique look and feel to reflect its immediate surroundings and complement the height of nearby structures. And every home is designed to make the most of green and leafy or higher city views, with a private balcony, terrace or garden.

Trafalgar Place at a glance…

  • 235 studio, one, two and three bedroom homes
  • A private balcony, terrace or garden for every home
  • Eight minutes’ walk to the Zone 1 Elephant & Castle tube and mainline rail stations
  • A variety of quality green spaces for residents to enjoy together
  • Stunning city views looking north from higher floors, and leafy views of green space or tree-lined streets for lower floors
  • Showcasing sustainable, energy-efficient buildings
  • Part of the £1.5 billion regeneration of Elephant & Castle