All of the units have private amenity space, including rooftop terraces, private courtyard gardens and inset balconies. The proposal incorporates a high quality public realm, integrating the development within the historic context. This includes the ‘Wonderwood’ public garden / art space.

Planning History

This scheme was submitted for planning 9th June 2015 with an approval granted at Plans Panel on 15th October 2015.

Project Team

Architect: Nick Brown Architects Ltd
Developer: PfP igloo

Development Data

Site size (ha): 0.35
Estimated date of completion: 04/07/2019
Schedule of accommodation: 53 Apartments (21 no.1-Bed, 30 no.2-Bed & 2 no.3-Bed) 15 Townhouses (12 no. 3-Bed & 3 no.2-Bed)
Tenure mix: 95% private and 5% housing association
Size of typical home: 145
Parking spaces: 46

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