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Nine Elms

Wandsworth

Barratt Homes

645 new homes

Rolfe Judd

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The site, along with others in the Nine Elms area, represent a committment towards re-invigorating a significant area in the centre of London.

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Opportunities & Constraints: Development Framework

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Opportunities & Constraints: Development Framework

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Ordinance Survey Map

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Ordinance Survey Map

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Existing Site Features

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Existing Site Features

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Site Layout

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Site Layout

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Masterplan

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Masterplan

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Massing

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Massing

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Massing

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Massing

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Proposed Surroundings

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Proposed Surroundings

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Access off a public square ajacent to Block G

The design enhances current pedestrian access

by improving current access routes and facilitating

permeability in conjunction with the ambitions for the

Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Framework.

The principle route along Wandsworth Road is now

faced by the Store Entry/Atrium, with destinations

at both ends, in the shape of the emerging public

square to the north and the possible underground

station entry to the south. The perimeter routes in

both Pascal Street and the potential Viaduct Road

are maintained by limiting activity to the mainly

residential street and creating activity to potentially

enliven the viaduct.

Finally, a fully pedestrianised route through the site

between the station and the store may allow for

future connections to the public face of the New

Covent Garden Market, and the Nine Elms schemes

beyond, to the south and Wandsworth Road.

All routes within the site are either level, or limited, to

ensure ease of movement throughout for everyone.

The routes are clear, logical and will support simple

way finding. Any crossing points will match current

standards with dropped kerbs and blistered paving.

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1. Connections

Access off a public square ajacent to Block G

The design enhances current pedestrian access

by improving current access routes and facilitating

permeability in conjunction with the ambitions for the

Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Framework.

The principle route along Wandsworth Road is now

faced by the Store Entry/Atrium, with destinations

at both ends, in the shape of the emerging public

square to the north and the possible underground

station entry to the south. The perimeter routes in

both Pascal Street and the potential Viaduct Road

are maintained by limiting activity to the mainly

residential street and creating activity to potentially

enliven the viaduct.

Finally, a fully pedestrianised route through the site

between the station and the store may allow for

future connections to the public face of the New

Covent Garden Market, and the Nine Elms schemes

beyond, to the south and Wandsworth Road.

All routes within the site are either level, or limited, to

ensure ease of movement throughout for everyone.

The routes are clear, logical and will support simple

way finding. Any crossing points will match current

standards with dropped kerbs and blistered paving.

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Illustrative sketch showing access from the public relam through to podium level via Block G

The design enhances current pedestrian access

by improving current access routes and facilitating

permeability in conjunction with the ambitions for the

Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Framework.

The principle route along Wandsworth Road is now

faced by the Store Entry/Atrium, with destinations

at both ends, in the shape of the emerging public

square to the north and the possible underground

station entry to the south. The perimeter routes in

both Pascal Street and the potential Viaduct Road

are maintained by limiting activity to the mainly

residential street and creating activity to potentially

enliven the viaduct.

Finally, a fully pedestrianised route through the site

between the station and the store may allow for

future connections to the public face of the New

Covent Garden Market, and the Nine Elms schemes

beyond, to the south and Wandsworth Road.

All routes within the site are either level, or limited, to

ensure ease of movement throughout for everyone.

The routes are clear, logical and will support simple

way finding. Any crossing points will match current

standards with dropped kerbs and blistered paving.

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Illustrative sketch showing access from the public relam through to podium level via Block G

The design enhances current pedestrian access

by improving current access routes and facilitating

permeability in conjunction with the ambitions for the

Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Framework.

The principle route along Wandsworth Road is now

faced by the Store Entry/Atrium, with destinations

at both ends, in the shape of the emerging public

square to the north and the possible underground

station entry to the south. The perimeter routes in

both Pascal Street and the potential Viaduct Road

are maintained by limiting activity to the mainly

residential street and creating activity to potentially

enliven the viaduct.

Finally, a fully pedestrianised route through the site

between the station and the store may allow for

future connections to the public face of the New

Covent Garden Market, and the Nine Elms schemes

beyond, to the south and Wandsworth Road.

All routes within the site are either level, or limited, to

ensure ease of movement throughout for everyone.

The routes are clear, logical and will support simple

way finding. Any crossing points will match current

standards with dropped kerbs and blistered paving.

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Tower G North Elevation

The design enhances current pedestrian access

by improving current access routes and facilitating

permeability in conjunction with the ambitions for the

Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Framework.

The principle route along Wandsworth Road is now

faced by the Store Entry/Atrium, with destinations

at both ends, in the shape of the emerging public

square to the north and the possible underground

station entry to the south. The perimeter routes in

both Pascal Street and the potential Viaduct Road

are maintained by limiting activity to the mainly

residential street and creating activity to potentially

enliven the viaduct.

Finally, a fully pedestrianised route through the site

between the station and the store may allow for

future connections to the public face of the New

Covent Garden Market, and the Nine Elms schemes

beyond, to the south and Wandsworth Road.

All routes within the site are either level, or limited, to

ensure ease of movement throughout for everyone.

The routes are clear, logical and will support simple

way finding. Any crossing points will match current

standards with dropped kerbs and blistered paving.

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Tower G North Elevation

The design enhances current pedestrian access

by improving current access routes and facilitating

permeability in conjunction with the ambitions for the

Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Framework.

The principle route along Wandsworth Road is now

faced by the Store Entry/Atrium, with destinations

at both ends, in the shape of the emerging public

square to the north and the possible underground

station entry to the south. The perimeter routes in

both Pascal Street and the potential Viaduct Road

are maintained by limiting activity to the mainly

residential street and creating activity to potentially

enliven the viaduct.

Finally, a fully pedestrianised route through the site

between the station and the store may allow for

future connections to the public face of the New

Covent Garden Market, and the Nine Elms schemes

beyond, to the south and Wandsworth Road.

All routes within the site are either level, or limited, to

ensure ease of movement throughout for everyone.

The routes are clear, logical and will support simple

way finding. Any crossing points will match current

standards with dropped kerbs and blistered paving.

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Tower G East Elevation

The design enhances current pedestrian access

by improving current access routes and facilitating

permeability in conjunction with the ambitions for the

Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Framework.

The principle route along Wandsworth Road is now

faced by the Store Entry/Atrium, with destinations

at both ends, in the shape of the emerging public

square to the north and the possible underground

station entry to the south. The perimeter routes in

both Pascal Street and the potential Viaduct Road

are maintained by limiting activity to the mainly

residential street and creating activity to potentially

enliven the viaduct.

Finally, a fully pedestrianised route through the site

between the station and the store may allow for

future connections to the public face of the New

Covent Garden Market, and the Nine Elms schemes

beyond, to the south and Wandsworth Road.

All routes within the site are either level, or limited, to

ensure ease of movement throughout for everyone.

The routes are clear, logical and will support simple

way finding. Any crossing points will match current

standards with dropped kerbs and blistered paving.

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Tower G East Elevation

The design enhances current pedestrian access

by improving current access routes and facilitating

permeability in conjunction with the ambitions for the

Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Framework.

The principle route along Wandsworth Road is now

faced by the Store Entry/Atrium, with destinations

at both ends, in the shape of the emerging public

square to the north and the possible underground

station entry to the south. The perimeter routes in

both Pascal Street and the potential Viaduct Road

are maintained by limiting activity to the mainly

residential street and creating activity to potentially

enliven the viaduct.

Finally, a fully pedestrianised route through the site

between the station and the store may allow for

future connections to the public face of the New

Covent Garden Market, and the Nine Elms schemes

beyond, to the south and Wandsworth Road.

All routes within the site are either level, or limited, to

ensure ease of movement throughout for everyone.

The routes are clear, logical and will support simple

way finding. Any crossing points will match current

standards with dropped kerbs and blistered paving.

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2. Facilities and services

Walking Isochrones Map 5-10 mins

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Walking Isochrones Map 5-10 mins

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2. Facilities and services

Linking Vauxhall and Battersea

Illustrative plan showing potential connections throughout Nine Elms linking the area with Vauxhall and Battersea.

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2. Facilities and services

Linking Vauxhall and Battersea

Illustrative plan showing potential connections throughout Nine Elms linking the area with Vauxhall and Battersea.

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2. Facilities and services

Closest stations

The redevelopment of this site has been designed to have the potential to accommodate a new London Underground station associated with the proposed Northern Line Extension and link to other potential development sites nearby, such as New Covent Garden Market.

It should be recognised that the development has been designed to be capable of being delivered on its own and is not dependent on these works to be successful.

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2. Facilities and services

Closest stations

The redevelopment of this site has been designed to have the potential to accommodate a new London Underground station associated with the proposed Northern Line Extension and link to other potential development sites nearby, such as New Covent Garden Market.

It should be recognised that the development has been designed to be capable of being delivered on its own and is not dependent on these works to be successful.

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3. Public transport

Proposed Underground Station

The site is in close proximity to Vauxhall Transport

Interchanges which features: an Underground

Station linking to the Victoria Line, a major rail

connection operated by Southern and South West

Trains linking through Vauxhall to Victoria and the

south, and a major bus terminus. Both the train and

underground stations are not currently step free with

the nearest step free station being Victoria.

The proposals allow for the inclusion of a possible

new Underground Station on an area of the site as

part of the New Northern Line Extension which will

connect onwards to Battersea Power Station/Park.

These proposals include for step free access.

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3. Public transport

Proposed Underground Station

The site is in close proximity to Vauxhall Transport

Interchanges which features: an Underground

Station linking to the Victoria Line, a major rail

connection operated by Southern and South West

Trains linking through Vauxhall to Victoria and the

south, and a major bus terminus. Both the train and

underground stations are not currently step free with

the nearest step free station being Victoria.

The proposals allow for the inclusion of a possible

new Underground Station on an area of the site as

part of the New Northern Line Extension which will

connect onwards to Battersea Power Station/Park.

These proposals include for step free access.

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3. Public transport

The site is in close proximity to Vauxhall Transport

Interchanges which features: an Underground

Station linking to the Victoria Line, a major rail

connection operated by Southern and South West

Trains linking through Vauxhall to Victoria and the

south, and a major bus terminus. Both the train and

underground stations are not currently step free with

the nearest step free station being Victoria.

The proposals allow for the inclusion of a possible

new Underground Station on an area of the site as

part of the New Northern Line Extension which will

connect onwards to Battersea Power Station/Park.

These proposals include for step free access.

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3. Public transport

The site is in close proximity to Vauxhall Transport

Interchanges which features: an Underground

Station linking to the Victoria Line, a major rail

connection operated by Southern and South West

Trains linking through Vauxhall to Victoria and the

south, and a major bus terminus. Both the train and

underground stations are not currently step free with

the nearest step free station being Victoria.

The proposals allow for the inclusion of a possible

new Underground Station on an area of the site as

part of the New Northern Line Extension which will

connect onwards to Battersea Power Station/Park.

These proposals include for step free access.

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3. Public transport

The site is in close proximity to Vauxhall Transport

Interchanges which features: an Underground

Station linking to the Victoria Line, a major rail

connection operated by Southern and South West

Trains linking through Vauxhall to Victoria and the

south, and a major bus terminus. Both the train and

underground stations are not currently step free with

the nearest step free station being Victoria.

The proposals allow for the inclusion of a possible

new Underground Station on an area of the site as

part of the New Northern Line Extension which will

connect onwards to Battersea Power Station/Park.

These proposals include for step free access.

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3. Public transport

The site is in close proximity to Vauxhall Transport

Interchanges which features: an Underground

Station linking to the Victoria Line, a major rail

connection operated by Southern and South West

Trains linking through Vauxhall to Victoria and the

south, and a major bus terminus. Both the train and

underground stations are not currently step free with

the nearest step free station being Victoria.

The proposals allow for the inclusion of a possible

new Underground Station on an area of the site as

part of the New Northern Line Extension which will

connect onwards to Battersea Power Station/Park.

These proposals include for step free access.

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3. Public transport

Nine Elms Tube Station

At this stage in the development process this hasn't been taken into consideration due to the proxmity of the proposed London Underground Station. In addition, the local facilities on Wandsworth Road mean the majority of residents will access these via sustainable means.

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Nine Elms Tube Station

At this stage in the development process this hasn't been taken into consideration due to the proxmity of the proposed London Underground Station. In addition, the local facilities on Wandsworth Road mean the majority of residents will access these via sustainable means.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Tenure layout

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Tenure layout

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Building A/B sketch view

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Building A/B sketch view

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Building A/B detailed elevations

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Building A/B detailed elevations

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Building A/B CGI from Wandsworth Road

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Building A/B CGI from Wandsworth Road

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5. Character

Wandsworth Road South

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Wandsworth Road South

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View from Vaxhall

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View from Vaxhall

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5. Character

Block G Podium Garden

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Block G Podium Garden

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Tower G

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Tower G

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Tower G: Comporary style with local influence on elevation treatments

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Tower G: Comporary style with local influence on elevation treatments

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Fascade

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Fascade

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Fascade

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Fascade

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Building Materials: Comporary style with local influence on elevation treatments

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Building Materials: Comporary style with local influence on elevation treatments

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Inspiration

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Inspiration

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CGI views showing use of metals on the tallest parts of the tower. Metals include brass, natural copper and coloured metal: Rioja

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CGI views showing use of metals on the tallest parts of the tower. Metals include brass, natural copper and coloured metal: Rioja

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Glass Everywhere

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Glass Everywhere

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Wall elements inspiration

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Wall elements inspiration

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Landscaping Plan

Landscaping Plan

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Landscaping Plan

Landscaping Plan

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Ampetitheatre Detail

Ampetitheatre Detail

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Ampetitheatre Detail

Ampetitheatre Detail

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6. Working with the site and context

Key views worth maximising

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6. Working with the site and context

Key views worth maximising

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6. Working with the site and context

Tower G Form addressed by views from all directions

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6. Working with the site and context

Tower G Form addressed by views from all directions

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6. Working with the site and context

Tower D principle views to the East and South

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6. Working with the site and context

Tower D principle views to the East and South

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6. Working with the site and context

Tower K principle views North and West to the River Thamed and Nine Elms area

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6. Working with the site and context

Tower K principle views North and West to the River Thamed and Nine Elms area

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6. Working with the site and context

Existing Site Features

Proposed Supermarket central to new mixed-use facility

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6. Working with the site and context

Existing Site Features

Proposed Supermarket central to new mixed-use facility

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6. Working with the site and context

Existing Site Buildings

Proposed Supermarket central to new mixed-use facility

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6. Working with the site and context

Existing Site Buildings

Proposed Supermarket central to new mixed-use facility

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6. Working with the site and context

Proposed Supermarket

Proposed Supermarket central to new mixed-use facility

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6. Working with the site and context

Proposed Supermarket

Proposed Supermarket central to new mixed-use facility

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Existing views influencing Landscaping Design

Existing views influencing Landscaping Design

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6. Working with the site and context

Existing views influencing Landscaping Design

Existing views influencing Landscaping Design

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Adaptability to road network

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Adaptability to road network

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Potential links to Wandsworth Road through the viaduct

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Potential links to Wandsworth Road through the viaduct

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Mixed use frontage

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Mixed use frontage

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual Aspect Windows

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual Aspect Windows

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Block K & Block G Dual Aspect layouts

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Block K & Block G Dual Aspect layouts

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

CGI River Thames View

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

CGI River Thames View

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual Aspect Windows

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual Aspect Windows

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Overlooking building

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Overlooking building

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

CGI River Thames View

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

CGI River Thames View

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8. Easy to find your way around

Potential through the viaduct

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8. Easy to find your way around

Potential through the viaduct

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8. Easy to find your way around

Active frontages

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8. Easy to find your way around

Active frontages

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8. Easy to find your way around

Straight tree lined pedestrian routes

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8. Easy to find your way around

Straight tree lined pedestrian routes

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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

Potential Farmers Market

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8. Easy to find your way around

Potential Farmers Market

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8. Easy to find your way around

View to Hidden Forest

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8. Easy to find your way around

View to Hidden Forest

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8. Easy to find your way around

Food growing area

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8. Easy to find your way around

Food growing area

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8. Easy to find your way around

Play area

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8. Easy to find your way around

Play area

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9. Streets for all

Narrow streets linking through from Nine Elms Scheme to River Thames links help encourage sustainable travel and low vechicle speeds

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9. Streets for all

Narrow streets linking through from Nine Elms Scheme to River Thames links help encourage sustainable travel and low vechicle speeds

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9. Streets for all

Narrow streets linking through from Nine Elms Scheme to River Thames links help encourage sustainable travel and low vechicle speeds

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9. Streets for all

Narrow streets linking through from Nine Elms Scheme to River Thames links help encourage sustainable travel and low vechicle speeds

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9. Streets for all

Narrow streets linking through from Nine Elms Scheme to River Thames links help encourage sustainable travel and low vechicle speeds

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9. Streets for all

Narrow streets linking through from Nine Elms Scheme to River Thames links help encourage sustainable travel and low vechicle speeds

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9. Streets for all

Footpath with Active Frontages

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9. Streets for all

Footpath with Active Frontages

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9. Streets for all

Footpath with Active Frontages

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9. Streets for all

Footpath with Active Frontages

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9. Streets for all

Tower G window placement

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9. Streets for all

Tower G window placement

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9. Streets for all

Tower G design elements

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9. Streets for all

Tower G design elements

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9. Streets for all

Tower G layout illustrating door locations

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9. Streets for all

Tower G layout illustrating door locations

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9. Streets for all

Tower G CGI illustrating elevations relative to road

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9. Streets for all

Tower G CGI illustrating elevations relative to road

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10. Car parking

Residential car parking is hidden in the basement to safeguard the public realm and private security.

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10. Car parking

Residential car parking is hidden in the basement to safeguard the public realm and private security.

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10. Car parking

Lifts and stairs will be provided for pedestrian access to residetial units. This is representaive of lock G.

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10. Car parking

Lifts and stairs will be provided for pedestrian access to residetial units. This is representaive of lock G.

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11. Public and private spaces

Play areas and target users

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11. Public and private spaces

Play areas and target users

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11. Public and private spaces

Public Space characterised by dining areas and potential market stalls

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11. Public and private spaces

Public Space characterised by dining areas and potential market stalls

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11. Public and private spaces

Emphasis on nature in Private areas to provide peace and tranquility

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11. Public and private spaces

Emphasis on nature in Private areas to provide peace and tranquility

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11. Public and private spaces

Overlooking balconies

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11. Public and private spaces

Overlooking balconies

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11. Public and private spaces

Private garden layout

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11. Public and private spaces

Private garden layout

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11. Public and private spaces

Private Area Plan

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11. Public and private spaces

Private Area Plan

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11. Public and private spaces

Layout demonstrates how private areas are only accessible via individual flats

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11. Public and private spaces

Layout demonstrates how private areas are only accessible via individual flats

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11. Public and private spaces

Clearly defined public spaces with seating and commercial frontage

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11. Public and private spaces

Clearly defined public spaces with seating and commercial frontage

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12. External storage and amenity space

Waste collection horizontal plans

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12. External storage and amenity space

Waste collection horizontal plans

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12. External storage and amenity space

Waste collection vertical plans

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12. External storage and amenity space

Waste collection vertical plans

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12. External storage and amenity space

Cycle storage will be provided in the basement of the scheme.

There is provision for the secure storage of 762 Bicycles in the basement, this protects the public relams and provides security. The is the provision for additional storage within residential units.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Cycle storage will be provided in the basement of the scheme.

There is provision for the secure storage of 762 Bicycles in the basement, this protects the public relams and provides security. The is the provision for additional storage within residential units.

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