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An urban regeneration scheme transforms an under-utilised trading estate in Norbury, South London, into a truly mixed-use, residential-led development.
The development will create a new residential population in the town centre that will bring new life and vitality to the area, whilst preserving the existing use in a new attractive form of a modern, light-filled industrial commercial hub.
The building massing has been arranged to respect neighbours and the existing streetscape, and maximises the south-facing residential façade, carefully positioning taller elements back into the site. The arrangement of the predominant façade takes design cues from residential plot widths of the facing properties on Craignish Avenue, using traditional materials in contemporary way, to create a building of very high quality, design and appearance.
The seven storey development will deliver 73 new residential homes in a mix of tenures, of high quality and excellent design, and maximises the quantum of dual-aspect and family units. Above the podium, there will be east and south facing richly landscaped shared amenity areas with shared child play-space, incorporated into the design. In addition to the residential element, 11,050sqft of flexible commercial space and 570sqft of community space will also be provided.
A high quality community space which is easily accessible from Norbury Hall Park, benefits from a quiet location, excellent views and a dedicated private garden. Clear separation from commercial and residential use enhances its unique character to create a haven for the local community.
Contact: Steve Harvey, Michal Seczkowski
Client:: Goldcrest Land PLC