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Alan Camp Architects

Alan Camp Architects has been given the go-ahead for this residential development in the Maze Hill conservation area in Greenwich, south London. The £35 million scheme for developer Urban Solutions will vary in height between seven and 12 storeys and will boast green roofs and a planted steel trellis facade. Backing on to lush urban woodland, the 281 apartments will have views towards the Thames, the City and the Isle of Dogs. Work is expected to start on site in October this year.

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