The new owner of County Hall, is a new and seemingl ‘high end’ residential developer called RER. Recent projects include the conversion of a Grade II Listed Georgian building in Richmond (link).
The outline plan is vague, and stated on https://formersurreycchq.co.uk/ as “a high quality, residential led, mixed used development comprising residential units (including affordable housing) and commercial / community floorspace. Targeting submission of a detailed planning application Q3/Q4 2021 with detailed planning permission anticipated Q3/Q4 2022.”
RER LONDON LIMITED
17 Clifford Street, First Floor, Mayfair, London, W1S 3RQ
T 020 7099 1455 E firstname.lastname@example.org
http://www.rer.uk.com/ Here, they list their recent developments
http://www.rer.uk.com/former-surrey-county-hall-hq – provides a scant outline for SCH with timeline for a detailed planning application Q3/Q4 2021 with detailed planning permission anticipated Q3/Q4 2022.
RER have set up a new company RER Kingston Limited purely to hold the County Hall development.
For clarity, the Bittoms car park was not included in the sale and this remains in the ownership of the County Council.
We are in touch with the developer’s retained communications consultancy BECG (Built Environment Communications Group) and are arranging an online meeting with them, possibly week commencing 3rd May.