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London case studies

  • Stonebridge Hillside Hub, Harlesden, London

    Stonebridge Hillside Hub crowns 14 years of regeneration on the Stonebridge Estate in north-west London. It provides 59 mixed-tenure apartments in a popular public building which brings together residential, community and commercial use.

  • Stanmore Place, Harrow, London

    Stanmore Place – a high-density scheme of 196 homes – stands out from its suburban neighbourhood. A large lake and lush planting deals with flood risk from the Edgware Brook and the avoidance of on-street parking adds to its attractiveness.

  • St Andrew's, Bromley-by-Bow, London

    The first phase of St Andrew’s, a residential-led scheme close to the London 2012 Olympic venue, provides 194 homes rises above the standard of many high-density regeneration developments and creates a real sense of place.

  • Barking Central, Barking, London

    Barking Central is a development that adds up to more than the sum of its parts. Delivered through a public-private partnership, it has transformed the heart of Barking, east London, by creating a truly civic space around the existing town hall and library.

  • Chisenhale Primary School, London

    The remodelling of a typical London Board School has provided an accessible environment, improved the security of the school and strengthened it’s presence in the local community.

  • Coin Street Community Builders, London

    Coin Street Community Builders have developed a mixed-use community in the heart of the capital where innovative social housing developments, commercial and cultural organisations exist side by side.

  • Bankside Urban Forest, Southwark

    Bankside Urban Forest is a public space regeneration project in south London.

  • Broadwater Farm Children’s Centre, Tottenham

    Broadwater Farm Children’s Centre brings together a range of services and facilities for around one hundred pre-school children, their parents and carers.

  • Walworth Road, Southwark

    The redesign of Walworth Road transformed it from a traffic dominated thoroughfare into a vibrant place for local people.

  • Krishna Avanti Primary School, Harrow

    Krishna Avanti Primary School in Harrow provides a unique learning environment for local children, and is the first voluntary aided Hindu school in Britain.