The press release says:
"Phase two of the scheme would see the construction of around 26 new houses and 43 flats on land currently occupied by the vacant and unattractive council-owned buildings in Wilna Road, Waverton Road and Atheldene Road.
This would improve the area's visual amenity by restoring the original street pattern and layout by extending the terraces in Atheldene Road and Winfrith Road and reinstating the link from Wilna Road to Garratt Lane.
Phase three of the scheme could provide a modern health centre, replacement shops and up to 75 flats on land at the corner of Swaffield Road and Garratt Lane, which is currently occupied by the existing 1960's-built health centre, shops and a car park."
If you look at a satellite image of the area in question you can see how much land is potentially involved in phase two and where Wilna Road would be extended through to Garratt Lane.
The area in question undoubtedly looks rundown and as any house buyer knows, affordable flats in SW18 are rare. But can local transport handle more commuters?
Find out moreIf you have an opinion on the proposals, there are a number of ways to find out more.
A special public information session is being staged at the Atheldene Centre between 5pm and 8pm on Wednesday, November 13.
To discuss the proposals call Andy Algar on (020) 8871 6075 or email comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.