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FENWICK ESTATE STUDY TRIP
SATURDAY 6THFEBRUARY 2016
ITINERARY 10.30am - Meet at Landor Road- Coach Arrives10.35am - Leave Fenwick Estate11.25am - 12.05pm - Visit Claredale Street12.05pm - Back to the coach for next visit 12.20pm - 1.00pm - Visit Bridport House1.00pm - 1.40pm - Lunch1.40pm - Back to the coach for next visit2.10pm - 2.50pm - Visit Darbishire Place2.50pm - Back to the coach for next visit3.05pm 3.45pm - Visit Bacton Estate3.45pm - Back on the coach4.30pm - Arrive Fenwick Estate
KEY INFORMATIONDensityNumber of dwellings per hectareHomes per hectareAn average number of dwellings on 10,000 square meters of the siteLandscape and open spacePrivate: Spaces that are linked to individual homes such as private gardens and balconiesPublic: Spaces that anyone can access such as routes and walkwaysCommunal: Spaces that are for the use of residents only but do not belong to any one resident
FENWICK ESTATE Total number of homes: 431Site Area: 4.9 hectares/ 49000m2Homes per hectare: 88Housing Types: Maisonettes, deck accessed flats, two storey semi-detached houses and two storey terraced housesRange of storeys: 2-5 storeysTenure: 65.4% social rent and 34.6% private ownership Private CommunalPublic
KEY FACTSTotal number of homes: 77Site Area: 0.4 hectares/ 4000m2Homes per hectare: 203Housing Types: Core access flats and townhousesRange of Storeys: 3-7 storeysTenure: 50% social rent, 50% market sale & shared ownershipProgramme: 4 years - Completed
Previous total number of homes: 54Site Area: 0.4 hectares/ 4000m2Previous number of homes per hectare: 142
CLAREDALE STREETKarakusevic Carson Architects were appointed by Tower Hamlets Community Housing to work with the Mansford Estate Steering Group, and local residents to deliver their first phase of a wider regeneration project on Claredale Street. It has worked to demonstrate to the wider community THCHs intent to deliver mixed, balanced, high quality housing and an improved neighbourhood.
Affordable family housing is at the heart of the scheme. It provides several properties for larger families and also new homes for residents over the age of 60 moving from larger council homes.
The resulting scheme has the same level of accommodation as the former building on the site but delivers a very different neighbourhood in terms of tenure mix, housing type and increased and improved public and private realm. It also has more green space and spaces for courtyards and gardens.
KEY FACTSTotal number of homes: 925Site Area: 4.8 hectares/ 48000m2Homes per hectare: 225Housing Types: Ground floor maisonettes, core access flats, and townhousesRange of Storeys: 4-9 storeysTenure: 42% social rent, 10% intermediate, 48% market saleProgramme: 10-15 years- Currently under construction
Previous total number of homes: 438Site Area: 4.8 hectares/ 48000m2Previous number of homes per hectare: 109
COLVILLE ESTATEThe Colville Estate is owned by Hackney Council and consists of 438 homes, predominantly in medium height linear blocks, typical of the post-war period. Hackney Council appointed Karakusevic Carson Architects and submitted an Outline Planning Application (OPA) for the comprehensive development of the estate.
KEY FACTSTotal number of homes: 41Site Area: 0.2 hectares/ 2000m2Homes per hectare: 195Housing Types: Ground floor maisonettes, core access flatsRange of Storeys: 5-8 storeysTenure: 100% social rentProgramme: Completed as part of Colville Estate masterplan
Previous total number of homes: 20Site Area: 0.2 hectares/ 2000m2Previous number of homes per hectare: 100
BRIDPORT HOUSE- COLVILLE ESTATEBridport House was Phase 1 of the Colville Estate programme. It is at the forefront of modern methods of construction and uses recycled zero-carbon timber panel construction. This enables the 8 storey building to be effectively zero carbon in construction. Assembling the building on site was completed in 10 weeks.
The robust brick exterior, was very popular with residents, and it fits in with the pre-existing warehouses, Victorian terraces and the Gainsborough Studios, that are characteristics of the surrounding neighbourhood.
Total number of homes: 13Range of Storeys: 5 storeys
DARBISHIRE PLACEThis development at Peabodys Whitechapel Estate in East London is part of a site of six housing blocks surrounding an internal courtyard. This design by Nall McLaughlin Architects aims to respect the massing (size, scale and height) and characteristics of the existing Victorian buildings on one of the oldest Peabody estates. It continues the idea of open corners, promoting easy pedestrian access and views between the courtyard and the surrounding streets.
The balconies on the building have openings on two sides to allow a maximum amount of daylight into the living rooms.
KEY FACTSTotal number of homes: 290Site Area: 1.89 hectares/ 18900m2Homes per hectare: 156Housing Types: Ground floor maisonettes, core access flats, townhousesRange of Storeys: 2-9 storeysTenure: 39% affordable, 61% private saleProgramme: 5-6 years- Currently under construction
Previous total number of homes: 99Site Area: 1.89 hectares/ 18900m2Previous number of homes per hectare: 52
BACTON ESTATEBacton Estate is the first major project for the London Borough of Camden where they retained management control throughout all of the design and delivery phases. A Tenants and Residents Association group worked alongside a Local Authority regeneration team to deliver a neighbourhood transformation, and high quality new homes.
Communal and private entrances at street level encourage activity and movement within the public spaces. Rooftop amenity space and recessed and outboard balconies ensure open amenity at every level of the development.
The courtyard buildings look down upon landscaped gardens and play spaces which are shared by all residents.
UPCOMING ACTIVITIESWORKSHOP #4 - Test Scenarios and Residents Brief18/2/2016 | 6.30-8.30pm | Fenwick HallThis workshop will focus on further developing the residents brief and their priorities for the estate. There will also be test masterplan scenarios for residents to comment on and provide their feedback.
COUNCIL DROP-IN: 22/2/2016 5pm - 7pm | Fenwick Hall
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the regeneration plans and how they will affect you, you can come and speak to a council representative at the next drop in session. You can also call, email or visit the website using the details below to find out more information.
EXHIBITION #2: DESIGN SCENARIOS 27/2/2016 | 10am - 1pm | Fenwick Hall This exhibition will present possible masterplan scenarios for regeneration on the estate and invite residents to provide their feedback.
FIND OUT MORE:
CALL: Lambeth - 020 7926 3607 | make:good - 020 3735 7629EMAIL: [email protected] WEB: estateregeneration.lambeth.gov.uk/fenwick