The redevelopment plan for the Watney Mann brewery site in Stockwell, London is due to start on site in September. The scheme will regenerate the site of the former nineteenth-century brewery into a vibrant centre including 290 residential units, 89,000 square feet of office space, retail units and a health centre. The original 1960's bottling store will be re-clad with a semi-translucent facade and concrete panels with inset coloured glass lenses, and will form the flagship building of the development. The architects Hawkins/Brown adopted environmentally sustainable design methods including borehole cooling, solar heating and a highly insulated facade, to reduce the energy demand. Completion is scheduled for Spring 2008.