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Edgware Green

Edgware

Barratt Homes

937 new homes

Maccreanor Lavington

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The former Stonegrove and Spur Road Estate is a 11.55 hectare site in Edware, West London. This submission forms phases 6a and 8 of the masterplan. Edgware Green is a mix of modern urban style, set within open, almost rural spaces, offering you the best of both worlds. Once completed, the development will be home to 937 one, two and three-bedroom apartments and three and four-bedroom houses.

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Opportunities & Constraints: Images

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Opportunities & Constraints: Images

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Ordinance Survey Map

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Ordinance Survey Map

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Aerial view with site marked red

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Aerial view with site marked red

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Aerial view with site marked red - Zones 6 & 8

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Aerial view with site marked red - Zones 6 & 8

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1. Connections

Masterplan

Masterplan

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Masterplan

Masterplan

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3D modelling of the Southern Boundary area with scheme marked red

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3D modelling of the Southern Boundary area with scheme marked red

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3D modelling of the exisiting area with scheme marked red

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3D modelling of the exisiting area with scheme marked red

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Entrance illustration view looking west along Kings Lane

3D model looking at the southwestern entrances to the scheme and its surroundings

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Entrance illustration view looking west along Kings Lane

3D model looking at the southwestern entrances to the scheme and its surroundings

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3D model looking at the entrance to the scheme and its surroundings

3D model looking at the southwestern entrances to the scheme and its surroundings

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3D model looking at the entrance to the scheme and its surroundings

3D model looking at the southwestern entrances to the scheme and its surroundings

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Entrance illustration view

3D model looking at the southwestern entrances to the scheme and its surroundings

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1. Connections

Entrance illustration view

3D model looking at the southwestern entrances to the scheme and its surroundings

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1. Connections

3D model looking at the southern entrance to the scheme and its surroundings

3D model looking at the southwestern entrances to the scheme and its surroundings

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3D model looking at the southern entrance to the scheme and its surroundings

3D model looking at the southwestern entrances to the scheme and its surroundings

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2. Facilities and services

Local amenities and Stanmore Station (Jubilee Line) are located within a 10 minute walk

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2. Facilities and services

Local amenities and Stanmore Station (Jubilee Line) are located within a 10 minute walk

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2. Facilities and services

Pocket Park

The site is located 400m of bus stops on Stonegrove (A5) and Spur Road (A410) from which a variety of destinations can be boarded. In addition Stanmore and Edwate underground stations are accessible within a 13 anf 18 minute walk respectively. Futhermore the site is situated in close proximity to exisiting cycle routes, including cycle lanes on Stonegrove, and a wide range of facilities and amenties, including local food and non-food shops all of which are within easy access on foot.

The existing infrastructure provision identified above would contribute to sustainable travel to and from the development.

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2. Facilities and services

Pocket Park

The site is located 400m of bus stops on Stonegrove (A5) and Spur Road (A410) from which a variety of destinations can be boarded. In addition Stanmore and Edwate underground stations are accessible within a 13 anf 18 minute walk respectively. Futhermore the site is situated in close proximity to exisiting cycle routes, including cycle lanes on Stonegrove, and a wide range of facilities and amenties, including local food and non-food shops all of which are within easy access on foot.

The existing infrastructure provision identified above would contribute to sustainable travel to and from the development.

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2. Facilities and services

Pedestrian/Cycle Routes

The site is located 400m of bus stops on Stonegrove (A5) and Spur Road (A410) from which a variety of destinations can be boarded. In addition Stanmore and Edwate underground stations are accessible within a 13 anf 18 minute walk respectively. Futhermore the site is situated in close proximity to exisiting cycle routes, including cycle lanes on Stonegrove, and a wide range of facilities and amenties, including local food and non-food shops all of which are within easy access on foot.

The existing infrastructure provision identified above would contribute to sustainable travel to and from the development.

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2. Facilities and services

Pedestrian/Cycle Routes

The site is located 400m of bus stops on Stonegrove (A5) and Spur Road (A410) from which a variety of destinations can be boarded. In addition Stanmore and Edwate underground stations are accessible within a 13 anf 18 minute walk respectively. Futhermore the site is situated in close proximity to exisiting cycle routes, including cycle lanes on Stonegrove, and a wide range of facilities and amenties, including local food and non-food shops all of which are within easy access on foot.

The existing infrastructure provision identified above would contribute to sustainable travel to and from the development.

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2. Facilities and services

Public transport links

Public transport links

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2. Facilities and services

Public transport links

Public transport links

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2. Facilities and services

Aerial view of site with tube stations

Public transport links

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2. Facilities and services

Aerial view of site with tube stations

Public transport links

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2. Facilities and services

Public transport links

Public transport links

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2. Facilities and services

Public transport links

Public transport links

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3. Public transport

This illustrates the connections in and through the scheme

These illustrations show the connections in and through the scheme

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3. Public transport

This illustrates the connections in and through the scheme

These illustrations show the connections in and through the scheme

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3. Public transport

Footpaths

These illustrations show the connections in and through the scheme

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3. Public transport

Footpaths

These illustrations show the connections in and through the scheme

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3. Public transport

Footpaths

These illustrations show the connections in and through the scheme

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3. Public transport

Footpaths

These illustrations show the connections in and through the scheme

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3. Public transport

This illustrates the connections in and through the scheme

These illustrations show the connections in and through the scheme

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3. Public transport

This illustrates the connections in and through the scheme

These illustrations show the connections in and through the scheme

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3. Public transport

Tree-lined avenues by tree type and street hierarchy

The Developer is proposing to provide electric vechicle charging points within the undercroft parking areas, the use of which will be managed and monitored by the Estate Management Company

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3. Public transport

Tree-lined avenues by tree type and street hierarchy

The Developer is proposing to provide electric vechicle charging points within the undercroft parking areas, the use of which will be managed and monitored by the Estate Management Company

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

This illustrates the locations of Private and Affordable Housing provisions across the masterplan.

Throughout the development the different tenures are integrated

within the proposal on a tenure blind basis. As the Southern phases

are some of the last to be built out, many of the remaining homes are

private in tenure. The earlier phases included a higher proportion of

social units to facilitate in part the re-housing of the existing residents

of the former estate. The first part of the Southern area that is the

subject of this application is all private housing.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

This illustrates the locations of Private and Affordable Housing provisions across the masterplan.

Throughout the development the different tenures are integrated

within the proposal on a tenure blind basis. As the Southern phases

are some of the last to be built out, many of the remaining homes are

private in tenure. The earlier phases included a higher proportion of

social units to facilitate in part the re-housing of the existing residents

of the former estate. The first part of the Southern area that is the

subject of this application is all private housing.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

This illustrates the housing tenure within the scheme.

Throughout the development the different tenures are integrated

within the proposal on a tenure blind basis. As the Southern phases

are some of the last to be built out, many of the remaining homes are

private in tenure. The earlier phases included a higher proportion of

social units to facilitate in part the re-housing of the existing residents

of the former estate. The first part of the Southern area that is the

subject of this application is all private housing.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

This illustrates the housing tenure within the scheme.

Throughout the development the different tenures are integrated

within the proposal on a tenure blind basis. As the Southern phases

are some of the last to be built out, many of the remaining homes are

private in tenure. The earlier phases included a higher proportion of

social units to facilitate in part the re-housing of the existing residents

of the former estate. The first part of the Southern area that is the

subject of this application is all private housing.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Already built homes and housing mix

Throughout the development the different tenures are integrated

within the proposal on a tenure blind basis. As the Southern phases

are some of the last to be built out, many of the remaining homes are

private in tenure. The earlier phases included a higher proportion of

social units to facilitate in part the re-housing of the existing residents

of the former estate. The first part of the Southern area that is the

subject of this application is all private housing.

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4. Meeting local housing requirements

Already built homes and housing mix

Throughout the development the different tenures are integrated

within the proposal on a tenure blind basis. As the Southern phases

are some of the last to be built out, many of the remaining homes are

private in tenure. The earlier phases included a higher proportion of

social units to facilitate in part the re-housing of the existing residents

of the former estate. The first part of the Southern area that is the

subject of this application is all private housing.

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5. Character

Variations in the brickwork and special moments in the scheme provide character and landmarks to the streetscape

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

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5. Character

Variations in the brickwork and special moments in the scheme provide character and landmarks to the streetscape

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

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5. Character

Variety and interest is achieved throughout the streetscape with two storey houses located oppoosite three storey houses.

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

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5. Character

Variety and interest is achieved throughout the streetscape with two storey houses located oppoosite three storey houses.

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

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5. Character

Asymmetrical street study illustrates the variety in the streetscape

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

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5. Character

Asymmetrical street study illustrates the variety in the streetscape

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

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5. Character

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

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5. Character

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

This illustrates the differences in housetype appearance which create character within the scheme

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5. Character

Brick is used in residential architecture with housung styles from a range of periods.

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Brick is used in residential architecture with housung styles from a range of periods.

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Inspiration has been drawn from developments in the UK and the Netherlands

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Inspiration has been drawn from developments in the UK and the Netherlands

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CGI illustration of proposed fenestration

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CGI illustration of proposed fenestration

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External material choices

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External material choices

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CGI illustration of proposed fenestration

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CGI illustration of proposed fenestration

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External material choices

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External material choices

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Typical landscaping strategy of a residential street

Typical landscaping strategy

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Typical landscaping strategy of a residential street

Typical landscaping strategy

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Soft Landscaping Strategy

Typical landscaping strategy

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Soft Landscaping Strategy

Typical landscaping strategy

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Typical landscaping strategy of a mews

Typical landscaping strategy

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Typical landscaping strategy of a mews

Typical landscaping strategy

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Typical landscaping strategy

Typical landscaping strategy

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Typical landscaping strategy

Typical landscaping strategy

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Soft Landscaping Strategy

Typical landscaping strategy

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Soft Landscaping Strategy

Typical landscaping strategy

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Typical landscaping strategy

Typical landscaping strategy

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Typical landscaping strategy

Typical landscaping strategy

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Hard Surface Materials Layout

Hard Surface Materials Layout

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Hard Surface Materials Layout

Hard Surface Materials Layout

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Hard Surface Materials Layout

Hard Surface Materials Layout

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Hard Surface Materials Layout

Hard Surface Materials Layout

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Play and Park Materials Layout

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Play and Park Materials Layout

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Hard Surface Materials Layout

Hard Surface Materials Layout

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Hard Surface Materials Layout

Hard Surface Materials Layout

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6. Working with the site and context

There is a 2 meter difference in levels across the whole site

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6. Working with the site and context

There is a 2 meter difference in levels across the whole site

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6. Working with the site and context

Buildings along Stonegrove provide good frontage and view out of the development

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6. Working with the site and context

Buildings along Stonegrove provide good frontage and view out of the development

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6. Working with the site and context

The layout is structured to ensure housing overlook green spaces

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6. Working with the site and context

The layout is structured to ensure housing overlook green spaces

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6. Working with the site and context

Stonegrove facing development view

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6. Working with the site and context

Stonegrove facing development view

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6. Working with the site and context

This plan illustrates the location of the existing structures relative to the new Evolution masterplan

There are two existing substations within the masterplan. The larger substation is too substantial to relocate however the smaller is being re-provided in a more convenient location within the masterplan. High and low voltage cables run into and out of the current substations. This has been taken into consideration in the design process.

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6. Working with the site and context

This plan illustrates the location of the existing structures relative to the new Evolution masterplan

There are two existing substations within the masterplan. The larger substation is too substantial to relocate however the smaller is being re-provided in a more convenient location within the masterplan. High and low voltage cables run into and out of the current substations. This has been taken into consideration in the design process.

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6. Working with the site and context

There are two existing substations within the masterplan. The larger substation is too substantial to relocate however the smaller is being re-provided in a more convenient location within the masterplan.

There are two existing substations within the masterplan. The larger substation is too substantial to relocate however the smaller is being re-provided in a more convenient location within the masterplan. High and low voltage cables run into and out of the current substations. This has been taken into consideration in the design process.

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6. Working with the site and context

There are two existing substations within the masterplan. The larger substation is too substantial to relocate however the smaller is being re-provided in a more convenient location within the masterplan.

There are two existing substations within the masterplan. The larger substation is too substantial to relocate however the smaller is being re-provided in a more convenient location within the masterplan. High and low voltage cables run into and out of the current substations. This has been taken into consideration in the design process.

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6. Working with the site and context

High and low voltage cables run into and out of the current substations. This has been taken into consideration in the design process.

There are two existing substations within the masterplan. The larger substation is too substantial to relocate however the smaller is being re-provided in a more convenient location within the masterplan. High and low voltage cables run into and out of the current substations. This has been taken into consideration in the design process.

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6. Working with the site and context

High and low voltage cables run into and out of the current substations. This has been taken into consideration in the design process.

There are two existing substations within the masterplan. The larger substation is too substantial to relocate however the smaller is being re-provided in a more convenient location within the masterplan. High and low voltage cables run into and out of the current substations. This has been taken into consideration in the design process.

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6. Working with the site and context

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

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6. Working with the site and context

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

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6. Working with the site and context

Existing Oak tree to be retained. Certain trees have Tree Protection Orders, they will be incorporated into the design.

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

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6. Working with the site and context

Existing Oak tree to be retained. Certain trees have Tree Protection Orders, they will be incorporated into the design.

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

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6. Working with the site and context

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

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6. Working with the site and context

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

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6. Working with the site and context

Certain trees have Tree Protection Orders, they will be incorporated into the design.

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

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6. Working with the site and context

Certain trees have Tree Protection Orders, they will be incorporated into the design.

This is a large quantity of existing trees of various species, size and condition. They have been inspected and mapped for the masterplan.

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Through marking on the front door positions this layout illustrates the homes relative to the road network

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Through marking on the front door positions this layout illustrates the homes relative to the road network

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Through marking on the front door positions this layout illustrates the homes relative to the road network

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Through marking on the front door positions this layout illustrates the homes relative to the road network

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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

Dual aspect elevations are prevailent throughout the scheme

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual aspect elevations are prevailent throughout the scheme

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual aspect elevation are prevailent throughout the scheme

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual aspect elevation are prevailent throughout the scheme

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual aspect elevations are prevailent throughout the scheme

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Dual aspect elevations are prevailent throughout the scheme

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8. Easy to find your way around

This illustrates the categories of roads used throughout the development

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

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8. Easy to find your way around

This illustrates the categories of roads used throughout the development

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

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8. Easy to find your way around

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

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8. Easy to find your way around

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

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8. Easy to find your way around

This illustrates the categories of roads used throughout the development

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

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8. Easy to find your way around

This illustrates the categories of roads used throughout the development

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

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8. Easy to find your way around

Pocket Park bisects this portion of the development

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

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8. Easy to find your way around

Pocket Park bisects this portion of the development

People can use the changes in on street planting to help guide them through the development

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8. Easy to find your way around

Special treatment brickwork on end terrace houses provide a reference point for people to navigate a scheme

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8. Easy to find your way around

Special treatment brickwork on end terrace houses provide a reference point for people to navigate a scheme

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8. Easy to find your way around

Frontage either side of the pocket park provide a reference point for pedestrian access

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8. Easy to find your way around

Frontage either side of the pocket park provide a reference point for pedestrian access

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8. Easy to find your way around

Green spaces will not only act as a space for social interaction, but also act as a meeting point

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8. Easy to find your way around

Green spaces will not only act as a space for social interaction, but also act as a meeting point

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8. Easy to find your way around

Tower landmark

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8. Easy to find your way around

Tower landmark

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9. Streets for all

A network of straight streets and sharp corners will mean that motorists will take care when approaching junctions

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9. Streets for all

A network of straight streets and sharp corners will mean that motorists will take care when approaching junctions

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9. Streets for all

The gentle slope as illustrated in this CGI will promote pushchair and wheelchair use

Gentle slopes or no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

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9. Streets for all

The gentle slope as illustrated in this CGI will promote pushchair and wheelchair use

Gentle slopes or no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

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9. Streets for all

Artist impression of a mews street. With no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

Gentle slopes or no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

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9. Streets for all

Artist impression of a mews street. With no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

Gentle slopes or no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

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9. Streets for all

Ramps

Gentle slopes or no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

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9. Streets for all

Ramps

Gentle slopes or no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

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9. Streets for all

Pocket Park

Gentle slopes or no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

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9. Streets for all

Pocket Park

Gentle slopes or no difference in kerb height between pedestrian areas and the road it encourages social interaction

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9. Streets for all

Where integral garages are used full length windows compensate for the loss of windows onto the street

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9. Streets for all

Where integral garages are used full length windows compensate for the loss of windows onto the street

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9. Streets for all

Where integral garages are used full length windows compensate for the loss of windows onto the street

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9. Streets for all

Where integral garages are used full length windows compensate for the loss of windows onto the street

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9. Streets for all

Where integral garages are used full length windows compensate for the loss of windows onto the street

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9. Streets for all

Where integral garages are used full length windows compensate for the loss of windows onto the street

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10. Car parking

Parking is provided to all houses in either the form of a driveway, garage or covered car port. Parking is marked red on this plan.

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10. Car parking

Parking is provided to all houses in either the form of a driveway, garage or covered car port. Parking is marked red on this plan.

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10. Car parking

This illustrated how the use of low evergreen hedges will allevite the visual impact of parked cars.

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10. Car parking

This illustrated how the use of low evergreen hedges will allevite the visual impact of parked cars.

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10. Car parking

This street perspective looking east towards King's Drive show the use of low evergreen hedges

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10. Car parking

This street perspective looking east towards King's Drive show the use of low evergreen hedges

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10. Car parking

Car ports will be used on certain housetypes

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10. Car parking

Car ports will be used on certain housetypes

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11. Public and private spaces

There is several publically accessible amenity spaces provided throughout the scheme.

The green spaces in this scheme will be managed by a separate management company.

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11. Public and private spaces

There is several publically accessible amenity spaces provided throughout the scheme.

The green spaces in this scheme will be managed by a separate management company.

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11. Public and private spaces

This plan identifies the main amenty space, Pocket Park, which runs East/West between Stonegrove and Sterling Lane.

The green spaces in this scheme will be managed by a separate management company.

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11. Public and private spaces

This plan identifies the main amenty space, Pocket Park, which runs East/West between Stonegrove and Sterling Lane.

The green spaces in this scheme will be managed by a separate management company.

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11. Public and private spaces

The Pocket Park provides a green heart at the scheme. It's a place to promenade through, neighbours to meet and children to play.

The green spaces in this scheme will be managed by a separate management company.

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11. Public and private spaces

The Pocket Park provides a green heart at the scheme. It's a place to promenade through, neighbours to meet and children to play.

The green spaces in this scheme will be managed by a separate management company.

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11. Public and private spaces

Terrace housing lines both sides of the Pocket Park which provides good survilence

The green spaces in this scheme will be managed by a separate management company.

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11. Public and private spaces

Terrace housing lines both sides of the Pocket Park which provides good survilence

The green spaces in this scheme will be managed by a separate management company.

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11. Public and private spaces

This perspective illustrates the typical boundary uses throughout the development

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11. Public and private spaces

This perspective illustrates the typical boundary uses throughout the development

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11. Public and private spaces

An early model show the relationship between terraces houses and the Pocket Park

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11. Public and private spaces

An early model show the relationship between terraces houses and the Pocket Park

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11. Public and private spaces

Paving materials and low rise evergreen hedges help from the boundaries between what is private and what is public

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11. Public and private spaces

Paving materials and low rise evergreen hedges help from the boundaries between what is private and what is public

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11. Public and private spaces

This perspective illustrates the typical boundary uses throughout the development

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11. Public and private spaces

This perspective illustrates the typical boundary uses throughout the development

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12. External storage and amenity space

Waste collection facilities are proposed the requirements set out in London Borough of Barnet provision of domestic waste collection document

Waste collection facilities are proposed the requirements set out in London Borough of Barnet provision of domestic waste collection document

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12. External storage and amenity space

Waste collection facilities are proposed the requirements set out in London Borough of Barnet provision of domestic waste collection document

Waste collection facilities are proposed the requirements set out in London Borough of Barnet provision of domestic waste collection document

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12. External storage and amenity space

Each house has secure bicycle storage at the rear of the property

Each house has secure bicycle storage at the rear of the property

Street & Home

12. External storage and amenity space

Each house has secure bicycle storage at the rear of the property

Each house has secure bicycle storage at the rear of the property

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