Lexadon has exciting plans for a vacant plot of land it owns between 29 and 31 Blenheim Gardens in SW2. In 2014, permission was granted to build a five-storey building creating 24 (B1) office units on the plot; the company then acquired an adjacent strip of land so amended its proposal to include the new area of purchased land. The new proposal is for the erection of a five-storey building creating 18 office units (B1) of various sizes along with the provision of cycle parking, refuse and recycling storage.

Blenheim Gardens is a quiet street housing a mix of residential and commercial properties. The vacant site at Blenheim Gardens is run down plot of land situated within an identified Key Industrial and Business Area (KIBA). The proposed development is designed to enhance the architectural quality of the area and improve the urban fabric and street frontage at Blenheim Gardens; the designs also feature large windows and Juliette balconies to create light and airy modern workspaces.


Lexadon is proud to own much of the neighbouring land on Blenheim Gardens. For example, to the south of the site is Stewart’s Place comprising eight commercial units and sixteen apartments. To the west of the site lies the live/work units at 31 Blenheim Gardens while to the east of the site, is the access road to Blenheim Studios’ work/live units. Our master plan for the whole site (comprising Blenheim Gardens, Stewart’s Place, Weld Works, 124 – 128 Brixton Hill and Blenheim Studios) is to create a gated community offering in excess of 80 business units in addition to a number of residential apartments.

The land on Blenheim Gardens is situated in an excellent location close to the local amenities of Brixton Hill, including shops, bars and restaurants and is only a short, ten-minute walk to Brixton’s mainline and underground stations. Nearby road Brixton Hill is also a major bus route with bus lanes designated in either direction.