Belmont Property are exploring proposals to redevelop the currently unsafe and hazardous site at 46 Bromley Road and would like to invite you to a public consultation on the emerging plans.
As part of our ambition to reinvigorate the site, we have appointed a high-quality design team, led by award-winning architects Goldstein Heather, to explore the possibilities.
Our intention is to bring forward a proposal that respects the local area, is sensitive to neighbouring buildings and becomes a property which enhances Bromley Road for its residents and the local community.
We are keen to show our plans and find out what the community think about the emerging proposals.
The site, which was residential accommodation until it was converted in the 1960s, was formally used by the Beckenham Theatre Centre until 2018. In Autumn 2021 an agreement was met between the Trustees for the Beckenham Theatre and Belmont Property, who are now exploring proposals to reinvigorate the site.
Since 2018, Beckenham Theatre Centre had ceased to use the site at 46 Bromley Road and it has been derelict ever since. Malcolm Jones, Chair of Trustees for the Beckenham Theatre, explained this was due to “the cost of both repairs and asbestos removal was beyond the financial resources of a small charity like ours.” The theatre centre have since resumed their activities from other local sites in Beckenham, including Beckenham Methodist Church.
As you can see from the photos below, the site is in an extremely poor condition. Some areas of the building are completely inaccessible due to considerable amounts of asbestos and Japanese knotweed.
Overall, we would like to make sure this currently hazardous and contaminated site can be reinvigorated and once again contribute positively to the local area.
Belmont Property, in collaboration with Goldstein Heather, have been considering options for the site and are proud to present the emerging proposals. These include:
You will be able to view images and further details of the proposals at the online public webinar and the drop-in sessions held in June.
Details of those can be found below. A recording of the online public webinar will be uploaded to the project website following the event.
We held an online public consultation on 13 June and a drop-in session at the Beckenham Methodist Church on 14th June.
You can view the presentation, webinar recording and exhibition boards below.
ECF has been appointed to gather feedback on the emerging proposals on the site at 46 Bromley Road.
This form has been created for those wishing to provide their feedback on the proposals.
The comments we receive will be reported on as part of the Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) that will be submitted with the planning application to Bromley Council.
We will not use any of the personal data, such as your name, email or demographic data in the SCI. Your information will not be used or passed onto another third party for marketing purposes.
ECF will process personal information fairly and transparently, as required by data protection law, including the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
Get in touch
T: 07542 016 586
The public consultation on the future of 46 Bromley Road will close on Friday 1st July 2022. Please ensure your feedback has been received by this time.