Cocks Crescent Development Site, New Malden

The Cocks Crescent site in New Malden includes a leisure centre, Blagdon Road open space and surface car parking. There are also a number of vacant or underused sites which could be put to better use. Together, these sites, including the vacant and demolished buildings, offer an opportunity to improve current services and the surrounding area, as well as provide new homes and better community facilities. Between 2015 and 2017, the council worked with the local community to create a shared vision for the redevelopment of the Cocks Crescent site. This resulted in the production of a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).

Over the last few years we have worked with the community to help develop a vision for the site and we are keen for this to continue. There are still many aspects of the proposed development which need to be defined and you will have a real opportunity to influence and play a part during the next stage.

We want to ensure the new development provides better links to New Malden High Street as well as improved pedestrian access for new residents to help encourage footfall to the local shops, cafes and restaurants and increase the vibrancy of the high street as well as the surrounding area.

The council have appointed an independent consultant, Fluid Design, to work alongside officers to undertake the co-design process. During June and July 2019 we will be holding a number of co-design events with the community to shape a Design and Development Brief for the site. We are keen to encourage as many people as possible to get involved.

Before the events, we'd like to understand what you think about the current site as well as what you might like to see there in the future. You can share your views by using the tools below. We will be using your feedback to shape the engagement events and plans going forward.

The tools are also available in Korean here.

The Cocks Crescent site in New Malden includes a leisure centre, Blagdon Road open space and surface car parking. There are also a number of vacant or underused sites which could be put to better use. Together, these sites, including the vacant and demolished buildings, offer an opportunity to improve current services and the surrounding area, as well as provide new homes and better community facilities. Between 2015 and 2017, the council worked with the local community to create a shared vision for the redevelopment of the Cocks Crescent site. This resulted in the production of a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).

Over the last few years we have worked with the community to help develop a vision for the site and we are keen for this to continue. There are still many aspects of the proposed development which need to be defined and you will have a real opportunity to influence and play a part during the next stage.

We want to ensure the new development provides better links to New Malden High Street as well as improved pedestrian access for new residents to help encourage footfall to the local shops, cafes and restaurants and increase the vibrancy of the high street as well as the surrounding area.

The council have appointed an independent consultant, Fluid Design, to work alongside officers to undertake the co-design process. During June and July 2019 we will be holding a number of co-design events with the community to shape a Design and Development Brief for the site. We are keen to encourage as many people as possible to get involved.

Before the events, we'd like to understand what you think about the current site as well as what you might like to see there in the future. You can share your views by using the tools below. We will be using your feedback to shape the engagement events and plans going forward.

The tools are also available in Korean here.

Cocks Crescent and surrounding area - your reflections

about 2 months

Please place pins on locations in Cocks Crescent and the surrounding area for things that you like, do not like, or want to make a comment on.

Please place pins on locations in Cocks Crescent and the surrounding area for things that you like, do not like, or want to make a comment on.