Minerva has been given the go-ahead to develop a mixed-use scheme in Wandsworth, London.
The 1 million square foot site is estimated to cost £1 billion to complete.
Minerva had their initial plans for 2 high rise residential towers rejected following objections from English Heritage and the Health and Safety Executive.
The new plans include a 36-storey residential tower and 661 homes. There will also be plenty of retail, restaurant and public spaces.
The dilapidated brewery on site will also be restored and include a brewing museum.
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