New Homes

Interiors and Layouts

We have designed all of the proposed new homes to meet modern standards, providing spaces for existing and new residents that are fit for the future. The key principles which have informed our approach include:

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The majority of new homes looking out in two different directions

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All new homes having communal, secure indoor cycle storage

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All new homes containing a designated area for working from home

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Sizes of all new homes meeting Parker Morris Standards or National Space Standards

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All new homes achieving high levels of energy efficiency

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All new homes, communal areas and entrances being welcoming and safe

Aerial sketches

You can find indicative layouts for the new homes below.

Aerial sketch of a typical one-bedroom, two-person home

Aerial sketch of a typical two-bedroom, four-person home

Aerial sketch of a typical three-bedroom, five-person home

Communal Areas and Amenities

From street to front door

We’ve carefully designed the communal areas of the new buildings to make sure the journey from the street to the front door feels welcoming, convenient and safe.

Responding to feedback

Our approach to entrances and communal areas and facilities has taken on board feedback from the Design Working Group and Residents’ Steering Group:

  • Entrance doors will either be recessed or have a canopy, providing
  • Entry doors for ground floor homes will not have large areas of
  • Lift shafts will be insulated to minimise noise
  • We will consider alternative options to carpets in communal areas
    that help with soundproofing and are easy to maintain