Anyhow, the re-consultation does not contain anything particularly offensive, but seems to address the fact that Lambeth Council weren't keen on the original drawings. It's difficult to detect much difference between some of the new drawings, and the arguments appear to be all about height. Option 1 is the original plan, and the rest are ideas that have been redeveloped in consultation with the Duchy. The plans (see below) don't give detail on the finished look, but whatever the architects do is likely to be in an style approved by Prince Charles and is unlikely to involve glass and metal. The photos below are quite illuminating, and provide a little history about how some of the post-war buildings of Stable's Way don't do much for the street. The SE11_lurker tends to agree with Prince Charles on the matter of classical architecture, so doesn't really mind which of the new drawings are chosen for the project.
The re-consultation seemed to be well-attended, but I know that not everybody can get along to these events, so the architects have kindly emailed me the plans so that everybody else can see what is proposed. I've turned the .pdf info .jpgs for easier viewing. At the top, there's a consultation form, which can be filled in and returned to Pat Evemy whose email address is: