Lollard Street

Major affordable housing scheme in Lambeth.

Lollard Street regeneration is an affordable housing scheme located the borough of Lambeth, comprising of 89 family units made up of large 4 bedroom houses and 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. Lollard Street scheme will replace an existing double storey car park which joins three exiting tower blocks at their base, therefore forming an ideal model of social housing.

The project seeks to create a high quality mixture of residential units, consequentially enhancing the surrounding urban form through improved landscaping. The public realm and improvement of pedestrian routes through the site provides a cohesive and sensitive response to the surrounding Kennington area.

Additional benefits of the scheme include the construction of a new nursery and the introduction of a centralised heat and power plant supplying all newly proposed units, elevating the schemes to 40% above Part L CO2 reduction. Comprehensive cycle storage, water harvesting and PV cell applications all combine to create a truly sustainable development and a great sense of place making.

 


 

Construction


 

Details

Client   Braeburn Estates (Canary Wharf Contractors and Qatari Diar)
Date   2012-
Sector   Residential

DA Team
Damion Burrows
Nora Szeibel
Akos Sofalvi
Rupert Calvert






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