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CANE HILL PARK

Brighton Road, Coulsdon

Barratt Homes

677 new homes

HTA Design

Available to move 2016

The redevelopment of the former Cane Hill Hospital site to provide nearly 700 homes and a hotel or commercial premises is a key element in the regeneration of central Coulsdon. The location of the development at the centre, and the pressing need for housing of all types and tenures, makes this site key.

The site has lain unused and derelict, apart from the Farm, for nearly 8 years and is a local asset that must be restored for the benefit of local residents, newcomers, and the wider community.

The importance of the site historically is acknowledged and celebrated by the reuse of heritage assets, including the hilltop Water Tower, which has been a local landmark for all of living memory.

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Aerial views of the site before and after demolition of Cane Hill Hospital

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Aerial views of the site before and after demolition of Cane Hill Hospital

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1. Connections

From the entrance at the north east corner the spine road meanders to accommodate the steepest part of the hill. It then forms the Ridgeway with a linear central open space, passing in Phase One Woodlands to its north and The Farthings to its south, meeting the Village Green at the hilltop plateau, with the former Chapel and Water Tower at either end of the oval.

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

From the entrance at the north east corner the spine road meanders to accommodate the steepest part of the hill. It then forms the Ridgeway with a linear central open space, passing in Phase One Woodlands to its north and The Farthings to its south, meeting the Village Green at the hilltop plateau, with the former Chapel and Water Tower at either end of the oval.

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

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into the neighbourhood

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into the neighbourhood

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into the neighbourhood

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The principal entrance to the site will be the newly-formed Gateway. Its openness, given by the spacing of the larger buildings, and the landscaped space in between, will be an inviting area to meet and then to explore the new development and its woodland walks. There is a secondary access in Portnalls Road which will be the exit for the bus route. This is an existing entrance, but its role will be downplayed.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The principal entrance to the site will be the newly-formed Gateway. Its openness, given by the spacing of the larger buildings, and the landscaped space in between, will be an inviting area to meet and then to explore the new development and its woodland walks. There is a secondary access in Portnalls Road which will be the exit for the bus route. This is an existing entrance, but its role will be downplayed.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The principal entrance to the site will be the newly-formed Gateway. Its openness, given by the spacing of the larger buildings, and the landscaped space in between, will be an inviting area to meet and then to explore the new development and its woodland walks. There is a secondary access in Portnalls Road which will be the exit for the bus route. This is an existing entrance, but its role will be downplayed.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The principal entrance to the site will be the newly-formed Gateway. Its openness, given by the spacing of the larger buildings, and the landscaped space in between, will be an inviting area to meet and then to explore the new development and its woodland walks. There is a secondary access in Portnalls Road which will be the exit for the bus route. This is an existing entrance, but its role will be downplayed.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The principal entrance to the site will be the newly-formed Gateway. Its openness, given by the spacing of the larger buildings, and the landscaped space in between, will be an inviting area to meet and then to explore the new development and its woodland walks. There is a secondary access in Portnalls Road which will be the exit for the bus route. This is an existing entrance, but its role will be downplayed.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The principal entrance to the site will be the newly-formed Gateway. Its openness, given by the spacing of the larger buildings, and the landscaped space in between, will be an inviting area to meet and then to explore the new development and its woodland walks. There is a secondary access in Portnalls Road which will be the exit for the bus route. This is an existing entrance, but its role will be downplayed.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The principal entrance to the site will be the newly-formed Gateway. Its openness, given by the spacing of the larger buildings, and the landscaped space in between, will be an inviting area to meet and then to explore the new development and its woodland walks. There is a secondary access in Portnalls Road which will be the exit for the bus route. This is an existing entrance, but its role will be downplayed.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The principal entrance to the site will be the newly-formed Gateway. Its openness, given by the spacing of the larger buildings, and the landscaped space in between, will be an inviting area to meet and then to explore the new development and its woodland walks. There is a secondary access in Portnalls Road which will be the exit for the bus route. This is an existing entrance, but its role will be downplayed.

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2. Facilities and services

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2. Facilities and services

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2. Facilities and services

Coulsdon Community centre is within a 10 minute walk of Cane Hill Park

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2. Facilities and services

Coulsdon Community centre is within a 10 minute walk of Cane Hill Park

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2. Facilities and services

View of Brighton Road, Coulsdon with Cane Hill water tower in the distance.

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2. Facilities and services

View of Brighton Road, Coulsdon with Cane Hill water tower in the distance.

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2. Facilities and services

New Supermarket in Lion Green Road. The Gateway to Cane Hill Park is at the left in the north east elevation view.

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2. Facilities and services

New Supermarket in Lion Green Road. The Gateway to Cane Hill Park is at the left in the north east elevation view.

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2. Facilities and services

Coulsdon is a thriving shopping area, with two major retailers currently establishing new stores, and which is also in the continuing process of improving its traffic calming, footway and cycle network. The emphasis is on the cyclist and pedestrian to encourage shopping and not 'passing through' traffic. The attractive routes offered by the Linear Park will further encourage walking and cycling rather than car use.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Coulsdon is a thriving shopping area, with two major retailers currently establishing new stores, and which is also in the continuing process of improving its traffic calming, footway and cycle network. The emphasis is on the cyclist and pedestrian to encourage shopping and not 'passing through' traffic. The attractive routes offered by the Linear Park will further encourage walking and cycling rather than car use.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Coulsdon is a thriving shopping area, with two major retailers currently establishing new stores, and which is also in the continuing process of improving its traffic calming, footway and cycle network. The emphasis is on the cyclist and pedestrian to encourage shopping and not 'passing through' traffic. The attractive routes offered by the Linear Park will further encourage walking and cycling rather than car use.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Coulsdon is a thriving shopping area, with two major retailers currently establishing new stores, and which is also in the continuing process of improving its traffic calming, footway and cycle network. The emphasis is on the cyclist and pedestrian to encourage shopping and not 'passing through' traffic. The attractive routes offered by the Linear Park will further encourage walking and cycling rather than car use.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Coulsdon is a thriving shopping area, with two major retailers currently establishing new stores, and which is also in the continuing process of improving its traffic calming, footway and cycle network. The emphasis is on the cyclist and pedestrian to encourage shopping and not 'passing through' traffic. The attractive routes offered by the Linear Park will further encourage walking and cycling rather than car use.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Coulsdon is a thriving shopping area, with two major retailers currently establishing new stores, and which is also in the continuing process of improving its traffic calming, footway and cycle network. The emphasis is on the cyclist and pedestrian to encourage shopping and not 'passing through' traffic. The attractive routes offered by the Linear Park will further encourage walking and cycling rather than car use.

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into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

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2. Facilities and services

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2. Facilities and services

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2. Facilities and services

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2. Facilities and services

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2. Facilities and services

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3. Public transport

Alternative walking routes are offered other than the footpath alongside roads or on shared surfaces. The Linear Park running through the site gives a pleasant alternative with exercise and play areas along the way.

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into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

Alternative walking routes are offered other than the footpath alongside roads or on shared surfaces. The Linear Park running through the site gives a pleasant alternative with exercise and play areas along the way.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

Alternative walking routes are offered other than the footpath alongside roads or on shared surfaces. The Linear Park running through the site gives a pleasant alternative with exercise and play areas along the way.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

Alternative walking routes are offered other than the footpath alongside roads or on shared surfaces. The Linear Park running through the site gives a pleasant alternative with exercise and play areas along the way.

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3. Public transport

A Framework Travel Plan, prepared by transport consultants Mayer Brown, was submitted and approved at planning application stage. This will be amended and submitted as a Final Travel Plan by the Travel Plan Coordinator, monitored and updated.

A car club is not proposed, but the Travel Plan seeks to encourage the use of other modes of transport and to express the health benefits of cycling and walking in literature in welcome packs given to residents and to business users. Electric charging points will be provided, with 20% active (i.e. fully equipped) and 20% passive (i.e. infrastructure supplied) of the total residential and business spaces.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

A Framework Travel Plan, prepared by transport consultants Mayer Brown, was submitted and approved at planning application stage. This will be amended and submitted as a Final Travel Plan by the Travel Plan Coordinator, monitored and updated.

A car club is not proposed, but the Travel Plan seeks to encourage the use of other modes of transport and to express the health benefits of cycling and walking in literature in welcome packs given to residents and to business users. Electric charging points will be provided, with 20% active (i.e. fully equipped) and 20% passive (i.e. infrastructure supplied) of the total residential and business spaces.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

The two examples show that affordable housing and private housing will not be distinguishable from the street. The only difference internally is that private houses will often have an en suite shower room, in addition to the family bathroom and downstairs w.c. In this respect, it is important to note that all dwellings will be Lifetime Homes and 10% of units will be wheelchair accessible or adaptable.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

The two examples show that affordable housing and private housing will not be distinguishable from the street. The only difference internally is that private houses will often have an en suite shower room, in addition to the family bathroom and downstairs w.c. In this respect, it is important to note that all dwellings will be Lifetime Homes and 10% of units will be wheelchair accessible or adaptable.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

The two examples show that affordable housing and private housing will not be distinguishable from the street. The only difference internally is that private houses will often have an en suite shower room, in addition to the family bathroom and downstairs w.c. In this respect, it is important to note that all dwellings will be Lifetime Homes and 10% of units will be wheelchair accessible or adaptable.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

The two examples show that affordable housing and private housing will not be distinguishable from the street. The only difference internally is that private houses will often have an en suite shower room, in addition to the family bathroom and downstairs w.c. In this respect, it is important to note that all dwellings will be Lifetime Homes and 10% of units will be wheelchair accessible or adaptable.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

The two examples show that affordable housing and private housing will not be distinguishable from the street. The only difference internally is that private houses will often have an en suite shower room, in addition to the family bathroom and downstairs w.c. In this respect, it is important to note that all dwellings will be Lifetime Homes and 10% of units will be wheelchair accessible or adaptable.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

The two examples show that affordable housing and private housing will not be distinguishable from the street. The only difference internally is that private houses will often have an en suite shower room, in addition to the family bathroom and downstairs w.c. In this respect, it is important to note that all dwellings will be Lifetime Homes and 10% of units will be wheelchair accessible or adaptable.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

The two examples show that affordable housing and private housing will not be distinguishable from the street. The only difference internally is that private houses will often have an en suite shower room, in addition to the family bathroom and downstairs w.c. In this respect, it is important to note that all dwellings will be Lifetime Homes and 10% of units will be wheelchair accessible or adaptable.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

The two examples show that affordable housing and private housing will not be distinguishable from the street. The only difference internally is that private houses will often have an en suite shower room, in addition to the family bathroom and downstairs w.c. In this respect, it is important to note that all dwellings will be Lifetime Homes and 10% of units will be wheelchair accessible or adaptable.

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5. Character

The character areas are derived from their function, setting or their existing features: The Gateway at the principal entrance to the site, The Ridgeway following the natural ridgeline Cane Hill, The Woodlands in the vicinity of Postern Wood, the Village Green in the historic setting of the Chapel, Water Tower and the central space between them, and, finally, The Farthings with important views out to Farthing Downs.

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5. Character

The character areas are derived from their function, setting or their existing features: The Gateway at the principal entrance to the site, The Ridgeway following the natural ridgeline Cane Hill, The Woodlands in the vicinity of Postern Wood, the Village Green in the historic setting of the Chapel, Water Tower and the central space between them, and, finally, The Farthings with important views out to Farthing Downs.

Creating a Place

5. Character

The character areas are derived from their function, setting or their existing features: The Gateway at the principal entrance to the site, The Ridgeway following the natural ridgeline Cane Hill, The Woodlands in the vicinity of Postern Wood, the Village Green in the historic setting of the Chapel, Water Tower and the central space between them, and, finally, The Farthings with important views out to Farthing Downs.

Creating a Place

5. Character

The character areas are derived from their function, setting or their existing features: The Gateway at the principal entrance to the site, The Ridgeway following the natural ridgeline Cane Hill, The Woodlands in the vicinity of Postern Wood, the Village Green in the historic setting of the Chapel, Water Tower and the central space between them, and, finally, The Farthings with important views out to Farthing Downs.

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5. Character

Creating a Place

5. Character

Creating a Place

5. Character

Creating a Place

5. Character

Creating a Place

5. Character

Creating a Place

5. Character

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5. Character

The soft landscaping strategy is primarily one of reinforcement. The strong landscape setting of the existing individual trees and woodland has guided the masterplan, and where trees have needed to be removed, they have been either replaced or compensated for with new planting.

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5. Character

The soft landscaping strategy is primarily one of reinforcement. The strong landscape setting of the existing individual trees and woodland has guided the masterplan, and where trees have needed to be removed, they have been either replaced or compensated for with new planting.

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5. Character

The hard landscaping reinforces the whole landscape proposal by expressing the function of spaces and at the same time being appropriately robust. For example, the primary road is in tarmacadam whereas footpaths are in bound gravel.

Creating a Place

5. Character

The hard landscaping reinforces the whole landscape proposal by expressing the function of spaces and at the same time being appropriately robust. For example, the primary road is in tarmacadam whereas footpaths are in bound gravel.

Creating a Place

5. Character

The hard landscaping reinforces the whole landscape proposal by expressing the function of spaces and at the same time being appropriately robust. For example, the primary road is in tarmacadam whereas footpaths are in bound gravel.

Creating a Place

5. Character

The hard landscaping reinforces the whole landscape proposal by expressing the function of spaces and at the same time being appropriately robust. For example, the primary road is in tarmacadam whereas footpaths are in bound gravel.

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6. Working with the site and context

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

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6. Working with the site and context

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

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6. Working with the site and context

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

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6. Working with the site and context

The water tower is a local landmark, which will be retained and used as a single dwelling. There are several precedents for the successful conversion of water towers. There will be a need for additional windows, so this will be subject to detailed scrutiny by conservation officers. Again, conversion of chapels into housing has been successfully handled. The administration building has suffered major fire damage, so there is a debate to be had over whether to recreate its original appearance, or whether this might be considered a 'pastiche'.

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6. Working with the site and context

The water tower is a local landmark, which will be retained and used as a single dwelling. There are several precedents for the successful conversion of water towers. There will be a need for additional windows, so this will be subject to detailed scrutiny by conservation officers. Again, conversion of chapels into housing has been successfully handled. The administration building has suffered major fire damage, so there is a debate to be had over whether to recreate its original appearance, or whether this might be considered a 'pastiche'.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The water tower is a local landmark, which will be retained and used as a single dwelling. There are several precedents for the successful conversion of water towers. There will be a need for additional windows, so this will be subject to detailed scrutiny by conservation officers. Again, conversion of chapels into housing has been successfully handled. The administration building has suffered major fire damage, so there is a debate to be had over whether to recreate its original appearance, or whether this might be considered a 'pastiche'.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The water tower is a local landmark, which will be retained and used as a single dwelling. There are several precedents for the successful conversion of water towers. There will be a need for additional windows, so this will be subject to detailed scrutiny by conservation officers. Again, conversion of chapels into housing has been successfully handled. The administration building has suffered major fire damage, so there is a debate to be had over whether to recreate its original appearance, or whether this might be considered a 'pastiche'.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The water tower is a local landmark, which will be retained and used as a single dwelling. There are several precedents for the successful conversion of water towers. There will be a need for additional windows, so this will be subject to detailed scrutiny by conservation officers. Again, conversion of chapels into housing has been successfully handled. The administration building has suffered major fire damage, so there is a debate to be had over whether to recreate its original appearance, or whether this might be considered a 'pastiche'.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The water tower is a local landmark, which will be retained and used as a single dwelling. There are several precedents for the successful conversion of water towers. There will be a need for additional windows, so this will be subject to detailed scrutiny by conservation officers. Again, conversion of chapels into housing has been successfully handled. The administration building has suffered major fire damage, so there is a debate to be had over whether to recreate its original appearance, or whether this might be considered a 'pastiche'.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The water tower is a local landmark, which will be retained and used as a single dwelling. There are several precedents for the successful conversion of water towers. There will be a need for additional windows, so this will be subject to detailed scrutiny by conservation officers. Again, conversion of chapels into housing has been successfully handled. The administration building has suffered major fire damage, so there is a debate to be had over whether to recreate its original appearance, or whether this might be considered a 'pastiche'.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The water tower is a local landmark, which will be retained and used as a single dwelling. There are several precedents for the successful conversion of water towers. There will be a need for additional windows, so this will be subject to detailed scrutiny by conservation officers. Again, conversion of chapels into housing has been successfully handled. The administration building has suffered major fire damage, so there is a debate to be had over whether to recreate its original appearance, or whether this might be considered a 'pastiche'.

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6. Working with the site and context

The existing trees and woodland are a fundamental part of the design and one of the site's major assets. The whole of the masterplan is derived from the existing landscape.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The existing trees and woodland are a fundamental part of the design and one of the site's major assets. The whole of the masterplan is derived from the existing landscape.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The existing trees and woodland are a fundamental part of the design and one of the site's major assets. The whole of the masterplan is derived from the existing landscape.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The existing trees and woodland are a fundamental part of the design and one of the site's major assets. The whole of the masterplan is derived from the existing landscape.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The existing trees and woodland are a fundamental part of the design and one of the site's major assets. The whole of the masterplan is derived from the existing landscape.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The existing trees and woodland are a fundamental part of the design and one of the site's major assets. The whole of the masterplan is derived from the existing landscape.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The existing trees and woodland are a fundamental part of the design and one of the site's major assets. The whole of the masterplan is derived from the existing landscape.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The existing trees and woodland are a fundamental part of the design and one of the site's major assets. The whole of the masterplan is derived from the existing landscape.

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

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8. Easy to find your way around

The principal road- The Ridgeway- runs along the length of the site from The Gateway to The Village Green and on to Portnall's Road. Along this road up to the Village Green there are distinctive detached gable-fronted town houses forming a row. Changes of material, in particular the use of render on occasional plots, will help to identify particular junctions with secondary streets. Additionally, the Linear Park which runs alongside the Ridgeway for most of its length has distinctive play and exercise areas which will act as wayfinders.

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8. Easy to find your way around

The principal road- The Ridgeway- runs along the length of the site from The Gateway to The Village Green and on to Portnall's Road. Along this road up to the Village Green there are distinctive detached gable-fronted town houses forming a row. Changes of material, in particular the use of render on occasional plots, will help to identify particular junctions with secondary streets. Additionally, the Linear Park which runs alongside the Ridgeway for most of its length has distinctive play and exercise areas which will act as wayfinders.

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8. Easy to find your way around

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8. Easy to find your way around

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9. Streets for all

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9. Streets for all

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9. Streets for all

Surface materials have been selected for their appearance as much as their functionality, for example tarmac for the principal road and bound gravel for footpaths. Footpaths have been designed to give alternative walking routes and to minimise the gradient on Cane Hill.

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9. Streets for all

Surface materials have been selected for their appearance as much as their functionality, for example tarmac for the principal road and bound gravel for footpaths. Footpaths have been designed to give alternative walking routes and to minimise the gradient on Cane Hill.

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9. Streets for all

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9. Streets for all

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9. Streets for all

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9. Streets for all

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9. Streets for all

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9. Streets for all

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10. Car parking

On-plot parking predominates, and it is the least imposing on the streetscene. Courtyard parking is usually less successful, but here it is restricted to the Blocks of Apartments at The Gateway.

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10. Car parking

On-plot parking predominates, and it is the least imposing on the streetscene. Courtyard parking is usually less successful, but here it is restricted to the Blocks of Apartments at The Gateway.

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10. Car parking

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10. Car parking

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11. Public and private spaces

The Masterplan shows key open spaces, including the Linear Park, together with local greens which will be maintained by a management company controlled by residents.

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11. Public and private spaces

The Masterplan shows key open spaces, including the Linear Park, together with local greens which will be maintained by a management company controlled by residents.

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11. Public and private spaces

The Masterplan shows key open spaces, including the Linear Park, together with local greens which will be maintained by a management company controlled by residents.

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11. Public and private spaces

The Masterplan shows key open spaces, including the Linear Park, together with local greens which will be maintained by a management company controlled by residents.

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11. Public and private spaces

The Masterplan shows key open spaces, including the Linear Park, together with local greens which will be maintained by a management company controlled by residents.

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11. Public and private spaces

The Masterplan shows key open spaces, including the Linear Park, together with local greens which will be maintained by a management company controlled by residents.

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11. Public and private spaces

The Masterplan shows key open spaces, including the Linear Park, together with local greens which will be maintained by a management company controlled by residents.

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11. Public and private spaces

The Masterplan shows key open spaces, including the Linear Park, together with local greens which will be maintained by a management company controlled by residents.

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11. Public and private spaces

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11. Public and private spaces

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12. External storage and amenity space

Dedicated space is provided in each dwelling for recycling in accordance with London Housing Design Guide requirements. Recycling boxes are collected on alternate weeks from back of pavement. Wheeled bins for landfill refuse are kept in rear gardens, with sufficient space alongside cars (3300 wide parking spaces) to be wheeled out on collection day.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Dedicated space is provided in each dwelling for recycling in accordance with London Housing Design Guide requirements. Recycling boxes are collected on alternate weeks from back of pavement. Wheeled bins for landfill refuse are kept in rear gardens, with sufficient space alongside cars (3300 wide parking spaces) to be wheeled out on collection day.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Dedicated space is provided in each dwelling for recycling in accordance with London Housing Design Guide requirements. Recycling boxes are collected on alternate weeks from back of pavement. Wheeled bins for landfill refuse are kept in rear gardens, with sufficient space alongside cars (3300 wide parking spaces) to be wheeled out on collection day.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Dedicated space is provided in each dwelling for recycling in accordance with London Housing Design Guide requirements. Recycling boxes are collected on alternate weeks from back of pavement. Wheeled bins for landfill refuse are kept in rear gardens, with sufficient space alongside cars (3300 wide parking spaces) to be wheeled out on collection day.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Houses are provided with a garden store or double garage for bike storage. Garden stores have an additional 1 sq m of space for the storage of garden tools. Flats at The Gateway will have separate communal bike stores and bin stores for each block.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Houses are provided with a garden store or double garage for bike storage. Garden stores have an additional 1 sq m of space for the storage of garden tools. Flats at The Gateway will have separate communal bike stores and bin stores for each block.

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