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Glengall Road

Glengall Terrace

Oakley Place 

Borders are Peckham Hill Street, Old Kent Road
North Peckham developed after the Grand Surrey Canal was built. In the mid 19th Century the area still had its share of market gardens alongside Victorian development (see 1862 map). The canal closed in 1971 and became part of Burgess Park.
Park: Burgess Park
Bestroad: Glengall Road + Glengall Terrace
Buses: 21, 53, 63, 172, 363
Rail: Peckham Rye
Underground: Elephant & Castle
Shops: Old Kent Road

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Built in the 1840s to a high standard. North end known as Glengall Grove until 1880.             

Key properties: 24-50/1-41            Located between Burgess Park & the Old Kent Road.



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Built in the 1840s to a high standard. Located off Burgess Park.


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Late Victorian terrced road located between Burgess Park and Old Kent Road

 

       

Peckham Grove

Peckham Hill Street

Sumner Road

Trafalgar Avenue

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Named after Hill family who were local landowners.

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Developer: Barrratt and Acme
Architect: Dransfild Owens
149 apartments and 47 artists’ studios in three connected blocks
Artists’ studios and housing combined for the first time in this landmark building on the edge of Burgess Park. Built on the site of an obsolete print works, it rises 10 storeys at one end and incorporates an innovative mix of apartments for sale, shared ownership apartments and artists’ studios.

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Developed in 1852 and previously known as Trafalgar Road.

Key property: Ship House

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