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New Mill Quarter

Hackbridge

Barratt Homes

805 new homes

The Noble Consultancy

Available to move 2017

This is a mixed-use development, providing new homes, assisted living homes, a supermarket, retail facilities, a health facility, and community and recreational facilities. 805 new homes are proposed, comprising 562 apartments, 80 assisted living apartments, and 163 houses. The main site access is from London Road, where the supermarket, assisted living building and other facilities are also located. These buildings will create a striking new environment for Hackbridge, a new retail presence with a landscaped public plaza, and announce the high standard of architectural quality which the development embodies.

The secondary site access is from Hackbridge Road, which is a lower-key domestic-scale environment set behind a green frontage space, in keeping with the existing landscaped area opposite and the neighbouring Grade II Listed public house.

At the core of the site is a central hard and soft landscaped green, creating a breathing space in the heart of the development to be enjoyed by all the residents of Hackbridge, as well as the new homes. The green includes facilities for children’s play, social space, and an area designed for use by organised events such as markets, as well as informal activities.

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Opportunities and Constraints Plan

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Opportunities and Constraints Plan

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New Mill Quarter Site Location Plan

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New Mill Quarter Site Location Plan

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Site bounded in red showing the former Felnex Industrial Estate

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Site bounded in red showing the former Felnex Industrial Estate

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1. Connections

London Road: Signalised junction at the location of the existing site access. Hackbridge Station junction. Hackbridge Road: All movements 3 arm ghost island priority junction at the location of the existing site access on Hackbridge Road.

The on-site highways layout has been designed in accordance with DfT guidance contained within the publication “Manual for Streets”, as well as principles discussed in consultation with London Borough of Sutton (LBS) highways officers. In particular, consideration has been given to the Council’s concern relating to potential for rat running between London Road and Hackbridge Road. In view of this, a bus only gate is to be provided on the main access road within the site. This facility will allow thoroughfare for pedestrians, cyclists and buses only, with all other vehicular through traffic (with the exception of emergency vehicles) prohibited. In addition to the above, rat running via alternative onsite routes will be discouraged by means of suitable traffic calming features which will be strategically located to ensure that access between London Road and Hackbridge Roads via on-site routes is not an attractive, or indeed practical, option.

Access to the residential component of the development will mainly take place via the Hackbridge Road access, although this will be possible from London Road. Access to the Foodstore is via London Road. Access to the ‘Business Forest’ employment component will be via both routes, and is likely to be influenced by the origin/ destination of the journey.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

London Road: Signalised junction at the location of the existing site access. Hackbridge Station junction. Hackbridge Road: All movements 3 arm ghost island priority junction at the location of the existing site access on Hackbridge Road.

The on-site highways layout has been designed in accordance with DfT guidance contained within the publication “Manual for Streets”, as well as principles discussed in consultation with London Borough of Sutton (LBS) highways officers. In particular, consideration has been given to the Council’s concern relating to potential for rat running between London Road and Hackbridge Road. In view of this, a bus only gate is to be provided on the main access road within the site. This facility will allow thoroughfare for pedestrians, cyclists and buses only, with all other vehicular through traffic (with the exception of emergency vehicles) prohibited. In addition to the above, rat running via alternative onsite routes will be discouraged by means of suitable traffic calming features which will be strategically located to ensure that access between London Road and Hackbridge Roads via on-site routes is not an attractive, or indeed practical, option.

Access to the residential component of the development will mainly take place via the Hackbridge Road access, although this will be possible from London Road. Access to the Foodstore is via London Road. Access to the ‘Business Forest’ employment component will be via both routes, and is likely to be influenced by the origin/ destination of the journey.

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1. Connections

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1. Connections

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1. Connections

Site Entrance from London Road

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1. Connections

Site Entrance from London Road

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2. Facilities and services

Walkscore Map

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2. Facilities and services

Walkscore Map

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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

Existing Site Accessibility

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2. Facilities and services

Existing Site Accessibility

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3. Public transport

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3. Public transport

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3. Public transport

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3. Public transport

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Proposed Tenure Layout

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Proposed Tenure Layout

Creating a Place

5. Character

Architectural Characters Layout

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5. Character

Architectural Characters Layout

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5. Character

The Mansion Street

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5. Character

The Mansion Street

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The Square and The Green

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5. Character

The Square and The Green

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5. Character

The Mews Street

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5. Character

The Mews Street

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5. Character

Outline Application Elevational Illustrations

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5. Character

Outline Application Elevational Illustrations

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5. Character

Neighbouring Architectural Styles

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5. Character

Neighbouring Architectural Styles

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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5. Character

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6. Working with the site and context

Landscape Principles

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6. Working with the site and context

Landscape Principles

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6. Working with the site and context

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6. Working with the site and context

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6. Working with the site and context

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6. Working with the site and context

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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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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

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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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8. Easy to find your way around

Street & Home

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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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

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10. Car parking

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11. Public and private spaces

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11. Public and private spaces

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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

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12. External storage and amenity space

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