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Par 3

Humberston

Cyden Homes

121 new homes

Hendry Architects

North East Lincolnshire District Council

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121 homes grouped around a 'doorstep green' within the lush greenery of a former Golf Club, featuring contemporary architecture inspired by traditional English barns, cottages & farmsteads

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

Opportunities & Constraints: Conservation Areas, Reserved sites, Development restrictions, Site Strategy Plans

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

Opportunities & Constraints: Conservation Areas, Reserved sites, Development restrictions, Site Strategy Plans

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

Ordinance Survey Map

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into the neighbourhood

Ordinance Survey Map

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into the neighbourhood

Aerial view

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into the neighbourhood

Aerial view

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Site plan indicating the layout, the routes inside the scheme and the external access route.

Scouts Lane provides a 250m long route to the site from Humberston Avenue, and also connects it to 3 residential properties and a scout camp/hall. For scale it is 8m wide including a 2m footway.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Site plan indicating the layout, the routes inside the scheme and the external access route.

Scouts Lane provides a 250m long route to the site from Humberston Avenue, and also connects it to 3 residential properties and a scout camp/hall. For scale it is 8m wide including a 2m footway.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The scheme is currently a cul-de-sac with a single vehicular access route, but aims to open connections to future development.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

The scheme is currently a cul-de-sac with a single vehicular access route, but aims to open connections to future development.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Landscape and layout strategy - several features perceptually connect the scheme with the surroundings

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Landscape and layout strategy - several features perceptually connect the scheme with the surroundings

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Eastern slack space visual

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Eastern slack space visual

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Entrance elevations

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Entrance elevations

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Entrance rd visual

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into the neighbourhood

1. Connections

Entrance rd visual

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into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Bicycle Isochrone

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into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Bicycle Isochrone

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Walking distances from the site to the downtowns of Humberstone and New Waltham, assumed to be 30mins at a 5km/hr walking speed

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Walking distances from the site to the downtowns of Humberstone and New Waltham, assumed to be 30mins at a 5km/hr walking speed

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Walking Isochrone

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into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Walking Isochrone

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into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Pedestrian/Cycle Isochrone

Pedestrian/Cycle footpaths are located along the development route and on the main road and Station Road.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Pedestrian/Cycle Isochrone

Pedestrian/Cycle footpaths are located along the development route and on the main road and Station Road.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Cycle Paths outside development

Pedestrian/Cycle footpaths are located along the development route and on the main road and Station Road.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Cycle Paths outside development

Pedestrian/Cycle footpaths are located along the development route and on the main road and Station Road.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Public transport map

Key links to bus routes and stops are illustrated above

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Public transport map

Key links to bus routes and stops are illustrated above

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into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Nearby Bus Stops

Key links to bus routes and stops are illustrated above

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into the neighbourhood

2. Facilities and services

Nearby Bus Stops

Key links to bus routes and stops are illustrated above

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into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

Walkability map

A   network   of   pathways   provide   routes   through   and   around   the   site   promoting   pedestrian   and   cycle   use.

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into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

Walkability map

A   network   of   pathways   provide   routes   through   and   around   the   site   promoting   pedestrian   and   cycle   use.

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into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

Planned Bus stop and pedestrian crossing

A   network   of   pathways   provide   routes   through   and   around   the   site   promoting   pedestrian   and   cycle   use.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

Planned Bus stop and pedestrian crossing

A   network   of   pathways   provide   routes   through   and   around   the   site   promoting   pedestrian   and   cycle   use.

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

Landscape strategy

Landscape strategy includes existing natural elements as a slack space, wildflowers and trees an create news as allotments gardens

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

3. Public transport

Landscape strategy

Landscape strategy includes existing natural elements as a slack space, wildflowers and trees an create news as allotments gardens

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into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

Houses are mixed, sharing same open spaces

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into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

Houses are mixed, sharing same open spaces

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into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

Different types of houses in the same street

Integrating
into the neighbourhood

4. Meeting local housing requirements

Different types of houses in the same street

Creating a Place

5. Character

Landscape strategy shows how different characters animate the scheme through the use of natural assets

Creating a Place

5. Character

Landscape strategy shows how different characters animate the scheme through the use of natural assets

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5. Character

Eastern slack space

Creating a Place

5. Character

Eastern slack space

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5. Character

Existing typologies - vernacular architecture around. the  houses  draw  upon  and  extend  the  principles  of  these  typologies   and   adapt   this   to   modern   lifestyles   and   patterns   of   habitation.   We   are   interested   in   learning

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5. Character

Existing typologies - vernacular architecture around. the  houses  draw  upon  and  extend  the  principles  of  these  typologies   and   adapt   this   to   modern   lifestyles   and   patterns   of   habitation.   We   are   interested   in   learning

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5. Character

Houses palette

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5. Character

Houses palette

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5. Character

Soft Landscape plan - The  development  has  been  arranged  around  the  existing  avenues   of  mature  trees.    The  primary  access  road  is  bordered  by  a  strip  of   ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? creat

Creating a Place

5. Character

Soft Landscape plan - The  development  has  been  arranged  around  the  existing  avenues   of  mature  trees.    The  primary  access  road  is  bordered  by  a  strip  of   ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? creat

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5. Character

Hard landscape plan - As  the  main  arteries  connecting  all  areas  of  the  site;?  the  individuality  of   each  lane  is  essential  for  creating  an  easily  navigable  place.  Distinctive   native  tree  species  with  individual  characteristic

Creating a Place

5. Character

Hard landscape plan - As  the  main  arteries  connecting  all  areas  of  the  site;?  the  individuality  of   each  lane  is  essential  for  creating  an  easily  navigable  place.  Distinctive   native  tree  species  with  individual  characteristic

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6. Working with the site and context

A variety of house typologies are developed in order to give a sense of identity to each house

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

A variety of house typologies are developed in order to give a sense of identity to each house

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The  development  has  been  arranged  around  the  existing  avenues   of  mature  trees.    The  primary  access  road  is  bordered  by  a  strip  of wildflower meadow, creating  a  strong  sense  of  arrival.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The  development  has  been  arranged  around  the  existing  avenues   of  mature  trees.    The  primary  access  road  is  bordered  by  a  strip  of wildflower meadow, creating  a  strong  sense  of  arrival.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Entrance road visual

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6. Working with the site and context

Entrance road visual

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The adjustments in the orientation of the different house typologies create space between buildings that are very generous in scale. This generosity is driven by the desire to create a place that has a sense of openn

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

The adjustments in the orientation of the different house typologies create space between buildings that are very generous in scale. This generosity is driven by the desire to create a place that has a sense of openn

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Existing landscape

Existing landscape: The   rows   and   clusters   of   trees   that   once   defined and separated fairways break the   site   down   into   a   series   of   avenues   and   vistas   running   predominantly   east   to  west.

Slack space:  retention  of  several  blocks  of   wild  grass, A  band  of  slack  space  runs  around  the  whole   of   the   site’s   perimeter   creating   a   wildlife   corridor   serving   as   a   threshold   between   the   countryside   and  suburbia.

Wildflower and butterfly meadow:

inclusion   of   areas   of   native  wildflower to   the   wild   grasses   that   characterise   this   redundant   site   whilst   the   idea   of   maximising  bio-­diversity  is  one  that  we   feel  is  extremely  important.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Existing landscape

Existing landscape: The   rows   and   clusters   of   trees   that   once   defined and separated fairways break the   site   down   into   a   series   of   avenues   and   vistas   running   predominantly   east   to  west.

Slack space:  retention  of  several  blocks  of   wild  grass, A  band  of  slack  space  runs  around  the  whole   of   the   site’s   perimeter   creating   a   wildlife   corridor   serving   as   a   threshold   between   the   countryside   and  suburbia.

Wildflower and butterfly meadow:

inclusion   of   areas   of   native  wildflower to   the   wild   grasses   that   characterise   this   redundant   site   whilst   the   idea   of   maximising  bio-­diversity  is  one  that  we   feel  is  extremely  important.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Slack space

Existing landscape: The   rows   and   clusters   of   trees   that   once   defined and separated fairways break the   site   down   into   a   series   of   avenues   and   vistas   running   predominantly   east   to  west.

Slack space:  retention  of  several  blocks  of   wild  grass, A  band  of  slack  space  runs  around  the  whole   of   the   site’s   perimeter   creating   a   wildlife   corridor   serving   as   a   threshold   between   the   countryside   and  suburbia.

Wildflower and butterfly meadow:

inclusion   of   areas   of   native  wildflower to   the   wild   grasses   that   characterise   this   redundant   site   whilst   the   idea   of   maximising  bio-­diversity  is  one  that  we   feel  is  extremely  important.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Slack space

Existing landscape: The   rows   and   clusters   of   trees   that   once   defined and separated fairways break the   site   down   into   a   series   of   avenues   and   vistas   running   predominantly   east   to  west.

Slack space:  retention  of  several  blocks  of   wild  grass, A  band  of  slack  space  runs  around  the  whole   of   the   site’s   perimeter   creating   a   wildlife   corridor   serving   as   a   threshold   between   the   countryside   and  suburbia.

Wildflower and butterfly meadow:

inclusion   of   areas   of   native  wildflower to   the   wild   grasses   that   characterise   this   redundant   site   whilst   the   idea   of   maximising  bio-­diversity  is  one  that  we   feel  is  extremely  important.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Wildflower and butterfly meadow

Existing landscape: The   rows   and   clusters   of   trees   that   once   defined and separated fairways break the   site   down   into   a   series   of   avenues   and   vistas   running   predominantly   east   to  west.

Slack space:  retention  of  several  blocks  of   wild  grass, A  band  of  slack  space  runs  around  the  whole   of   the   site’s   perimeter   creating   a   wildlife   corridor   serving   as   a   threshold   between   the   countryside   and  suburbia.

Wildflower and butterfly meadow:

inclusion   of   areas   of   native  wildflower to   the   wild   grasses   that   characterise   this   redundant   site   whilst   the   idea   of   maximising  bio-­diversity  is  one  that  we   feel  is  extremely  important.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Wildflower and butterfly meadow

Existing landscape: The   rows   and   clusters   of   trees   that   once   defined and separated fairways break the   site   down   into   a   series   of   avenues   and   vistas   running   predominantly   east   to  west.

Slack space:  retention  of  several  blocks  of   wild  grass, A  band  of  slack  space  runs  around  the  whole   of   the   site’s   perimeter   creating   a   wildlife   corridor   serving   as   a   threshold   between   the   countryside   and  suburbia.

Wildflower and butterfly meadow:

inclusion   of   areas   of   native  wildflower to   the   wild   grasses   that   characterise   this   redundant   site   whilst   the   idea   of   maximising  bio-­diversity  is  one  that  we   feel  is  extremely  important.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Existing trees to be retained

Many of the old growth trees will remain, and select new growth will be incorporated into the design.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Existing trees to be retained

Many of the old growth trees will remain, and select new growth will be incorporated into the design.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Tree types

Many of the old growth trees will remain, and select new growth will be incorporated into the design.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Tree types

Many of the old growth trees will remain, and select new growth will be incorporated into the design.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Tree Types

Many of the old growth trees will remain, and select new growth will be incorporated into the design.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Tree Types

Many of the old growth trees will remain, and select new growth will be incorporated into the design.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Tree Types

Many of the old growth trees will remain, and select new growth will be incorporated into the design.

Creating a Place

6. Working with the site and context

Tree Types

Many of the old growth trees will remain, and select new growth will be incorporated into the design.

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

 Every house in the development has direct access to the internal road network. the  orientation  of  the  different  house  typologies   create  space  between  buildings  that  are  very  generous  in  scale.  This   generosity  is  driven  by  the  des

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

 Every house in the development has direct access to the internal road network. the  orientation  of  the  different  house  typologies   create  space  between  buildings  that  are  very  generous  in  scale.  This   generosity  is  driven  by  the  des

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Housing development view 1

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Housing development view 1

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Housing development view 2

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Housing development view 2

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Eastern slack view

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Eastern slack view

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7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Model shows different houses orientation

Creating a Place

7. Creating well defined streets and spaces

Model shows different houses orientation

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8. Easy to find your way around

Connection plan

The plan shows that the main arteries are connected among them and with all the areas of the development.

Creating a Place

8. Easy to find your way around

Connection plan

The plan shows that the main arteries are connected among them and with all the areas of the development.

Creating a Place

8. Easy to find your way around

The diversity in houses typologies creates a sense of homogeneity. In this context the main landmarks are the main natural elements.

Creating a Place

8. Easy to find your way around

The diversity in houses typologies creates a sense of homogeneity. In this context the main landmarks are the main natural elements.

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9. Streets for all

Hard landscape plan indicates construction of 45cm high planters constructed from green oak.

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9. Streets for all

Hard landscape plan indicates construction of 45cm high planters constructed from green oak.

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9. Streets for all

The extensive planting scheme gives the lanes a distinctly rural feel which is further strengthened by generous gardens and paths

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9. Streets for all

The extensive planting scheme gives the lanes a distinctly rural feel which is further strengthened by generous gardens and paths

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9. Streets for all

Homezone planned lanes and parking bays have high quality surface finishes

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9. Streets for all

Homezone planned lanes and parking bays have high quality surface finishes

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9. Streets for all

The variety of house orientations and the presence of windows in every edge allows the presence of constant "eyes on the street"

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9. Streets for all

The variety of house orientations and the presence of windows in every edge allows the presence of constant "eyes on the street"

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9. Streets for all

The site's parking provision will consist of a mixture of integral garages, driveways, and on street parking

The site's parking provision will consist of a mixture of integral garages, driveways, and on street parking. Parking bays marked in blue hatch are min 3300m wide disability spaces with Lifetime Homes compliance.

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9. Streets for all

The site's parking provision will consist of a mixture of integral garages, driveways, and on street parking

The site's parking provision will consist of a mixture of integral garages, driveways, and on street parking. Parking bays marked in blue hatch are min 3300m wide disability spaces with Lifetime Homes compliance.

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9. Streets for all

Homezone streets include allocated visitor parking bays

The site's parking provision will consist of a mixture of integral garages, driveways, and on street parking. Parking bays marked in blue hatch are min 3300m wide disability spaces with Lifetime Homes compliance.

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9. Streets for all

Homezone streets include allocated visitor parking bays

The site's parking provision will consist of a mixture of integral garages, driveways, and on street parking. Parking bays marked in blue hatch are min 3300m wide disability spaces with Lifetime Homes compliance.

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10. Car parking

Some treatments: Planters for screening & pathside seating, contrasting paving and self-binding gravel tones between parking and pavements.

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10. Car parking

Some treatments: Planters for screening & pathside seating, contrasting paving and self-binding gravel tones between parking and pavements.

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11. Public and private spaces

Natural landmarks - shared spaces

The natural assets are the most identifiable common spaces. Also due to the openness sensation, product of the houses orientation, generous open areas and lack of fences, the perception of shared spaces is enlarged.

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11. Public and private spaces

Natural landmarks - shared spaces

The natural assets are the most identifiable common spaces. Also due to the openness sensation, product of the houses orientation, generous open areas and lack of fences, the perception of shared spaces is enlarged.

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11. Public and private spaces

Shared open space - as the project aims to relate with the nature, theres no disruptive boundaries such as fences or walls. The distinction is made through changes on the pavement material and low non invasive elements as planters

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11. Public and private spaces

Shared open space - as the project aims to relate with the nature, theres no disruptive boundaries such as fences or walls. The distinction is made through changes on the pavement material and low non invasive elements as planters

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11. Public and private spaces

Home exterior detail

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11. Public and private spaces

Home exterior detail

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12. External storage and amenity space

Example provisions - Garage Type 3.1 & Bike/Bin Store Type 4.1

Adequate space is attached to individual houses for segregated storage of waste, recyclables and compost, in line with local authority requirements.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Example provisions - Garage Type 3.1 & Bike/Bin Store Type 4.1

Adequate space is attached to individual houses for segregated storage of waste, recyclables and compost, in line with local authority requirements.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Garage locations.

One cycle parking space is provided per bedroom for most house types. There are 11 types of garages, each one is owned by a house.

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12. External storage and amenity space

Garage locations.

One cycle parking space is provided per bedroom for most house types. There are 11 types of garages, each one is owned by a house.

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