The complete Stag Brewery Development plans are now open to the public after being validated by the council.

A possible 817 apartments are proposed for the former Stag Brewery site in Mortlake, with blocks reaching eight storeys, as well as a 1,200 pupil secondary school.

Reselton Properties, the developer behind the proposals, has submitted three planning applications.

Application A includes the demolition of the whole site, except for The Maltings and the façade of the Bottling Plant and former Hotel, as well as buildings ranging from three to eight storeys, a hotel, cinema, gym, offices and space rentable by shops, restaurants and cafés.

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It includes a care home and up to 150 assisted living homes, however it is not set in stone they will be used for that.

The application states: “The scheme would provide up to 667 residential units (or up to 817 if blocks 13, 16 and 17 come forward as residential accommodation rather than assisted living units).”

Resetlon has proposed 20 per cent affordable housing on site.

All residential buildings will include underground parking, and there are 669 car spaces, 52 motorbike spaces and 1527 cycle spaces proposed.

Application B proposes a sports pitch with flood lighting, a multi-use games area (MUGA), a three- storey secondary school with sixth form.

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Application C proposes widening Chalkers Corner traffic junction, as well as adding a new cycle lane, making changes to the pedestrian and cycle crossing, adding landscaping, and improving safety at the junction.

Mortlake Brewery Community Group (MBCG), part of the Love Mortlake Campaign, has raised thousands to fund an independent, expert, environmental and community impact assessment now the planning applications are available to the public.

The group welcomes development on the site, but has concerns about the scale of this particular scheme.

The density of the project, members believe, is “overbearing”, with the increase in apartments representing a large increase in the population of Mortlake- anything from 30 to 40 per cent.

The height of buildings still exceed the council’s planning brief for the site in 2011, and MBCG described the proposed eastern half of the development as “extremely dense in layout, creating issues of overshadowing and overlooking”.

Increases in traffic, safety at the Mortlake Level Crossing, which Network Rail found is already a “high risk” to users, and the loss of green space are also concerns.

The group likes that the scheme is not ‘gated’, provides a mix of new homes and new employment opportunities, opens up the land to Mortlake, and proposes a green link- a path from the station to the river.

Francine Bates, of MBCG, said: “We are urging everyone in Mortlake, Barnes, and East Sheen to respond to the consultation.

“It’s vital that the council hears the views of everyone who is affected by this.”

The planning applications and models for the brewery development are on public display East Sheen Library.

Francine said: “It’s a great opportunity to get an idea of what the development might look like.”

Due to the size of the development, the council has extended the standard consultation time from 21 days to 30. The deadline is May 13.

To view the plans go here.