Bromley Masterplan


Stitch has been working in collaboration with Bromley Council to develop a masterplan and vision for the comprehensive redevelopment of a significant opportunity site within the Bromley town centre AAP that will deliver 1230 homes within a new mixed neighbourhood.

The masterplan enjoys far reaching views towards central London, excellent transport connections and close proximity to the historic heart of Bromley. Through high quality design and public realm improvements, the area will be transformed into a vibrant urban quarter with new homes, retail and community spaces that together with a new station at Bromley South create a landmark gateway into the town.

The new neighbourhood will promote healthy lifestyles focusing on a walk-able town centre providing a wide range of amenities and leisure facilities within a 5-minute walk including supermarkets, restaurants and a cinema; with wider links to Queensmead Recreation Ground and Bromley Common.

Once adopted by Bromley Council, the masterplan will sit alongside the Town Centre AAP as Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG) and will be used to guide and inform future development ensuring a joined-up approach to the regeneration of one of London’s most important town centres.


Bromley Council

Local Authority:

LB Bromley


Under review / public consultation


1230 new homes with commercial and retail uses at ground floor and a new train station at Bromley South

Stitch role:


The Bromley town centre masterplan sets out a series of ambitious urban design principles for future development to ensure the heart of Bromley is transformed into a high quality new mixed-use neighbourhood.