TfL have tweeted this picture of what the Elephant and Castle north roundabout redevelopment could look like. The junction is being completely re-designed to try and improve road safety as part of a £4 billion plan.
The Ministry of Sound nightclub has opposed plans to build 335 new homes in Elephant and Castle, claiming that residents of the new development could complain about noise disturbances from the venue.
The Mayor of London, however responded saying that the "musical icon" will continue to "thrive for years to come".
“I have fully considered the concerns raised by the club, and having visited the site myself believe that, on balance, the amendments to the original plans should allow residents of the new development to coexist with visitors to the club.”
More than 330 new homes including 65 shared ownership flats at Elephant and Castle have been approved by the Mayor of London.
The scheme will see developer Englewood Limited construct a 41-storey block on the site of Eileen House, Newington Causeway, close to Elephant and Castle. A public square will also be built, together with a retail element at the ground floor of the development and parkland.
As part of Southwark Council's ambitious £1.5billion regeneration of Elephant and Castle, the council and it's development partner Lend Lease are undertaking a process of consultation on the proposed state-of-the-art facilities at this popular part of central London.
Residents and local people have long asked for a new facility to replace the tired existing building, and for the new plans to specifically include a swimming pool, the first on site for over a decade - the previous pool closed over 10 years ago.
The plans have already been shaped by consultation by those who care most about the facilities, but now more developed plans will see the vision turn to reality.