The Slippers Place Estate is a council estate located on Slippers Place and Southwark Park Road in the Bermondsey area of Southwark, London. Southwark Park Road forms the western boundary of the estate, with the Kirby Estate to the north and Southwark Park forming the eastern and southern boundary. On the opposite side of Southwark Park Road are Lockwood Square, New Place Square and Marden Square.
The estate was built in the early 1960s on the site of bomb-damaged terraced housing. The original street pattern was cleared, although parts of Gataker Street and Stalham Street remain. The Crown pub at the corner of Gataker Street and Southwark Park Road remains. Slippers Place runs through the centre of the estate, although is separated into two stretches road.
There are a total of seven blocks on the estate. There is one 11 storey block:
There is one 7 storey block:
There is one 6 storey block:
And there are four 4 storey blocks:
- Cornick House (14 flats)
- Gataker House (14 flats)
- Glebe House (20 flats)
- Hickling House (12 flats)