Wallington Station Masterplan

Wallington Station Masterplan

MICA has been instructed by London and Continental Railways to evaluate a series of sites and develop a housing capacity study centred around the station in Wallington, South London.


London Continental Railways


Wallington, South London




April–July 2020

MICA is developing concept proposals and associated design principles for sites around Wallington station, which in its current condition, lacks a positive sense of arrival and sense of place. The station and surroundings present a complex set of parameters for development including various proprietor boundaries and differing tenures on the existing buildings.

The team have created a series of design strategies and feasibility proposals to develop a high-quality station environment, sense of place and housing strategy, which can also be used to inform comparable projects for railway sites nationally.

Taking into consideration, the Sutton Local Plan 2016-2031, which sets out guidance and policies specific to the borough on development needs, such as unit mix requirements, the proposals aim to set a sustainable site structure and framework for growth of the site and maximise housing delivery whilst offering an appropriate mix of uses according to area and policy.

The particular site sits amongst a mix of characters of urban and suburban conditions. MICA’s work includes a careful analysis and character study of the varying typologies in the area with the aim that proposals are architecturally contextual and sensitive to site location, while complying with local policies and considerately maximising potential of the site.

Local Character Analysis
Routes and Connections
Ground Floor Uses
Constraints Mapping
1 / 4 Local Character Analysis

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