GRAYS ROAD, HARBORNE, BIRMINGHAM, WEEDON PARTNERSHIP
The site, comprising a disused lawnmower-repair shed with a couple of redundant industrial-looking outbuildings, is bounded by a publichouse car park and adjacent rear gardens to form a difficult triangular shape of less than 200m 2.Weedon Partnership's practice partner, Phil Cole, says: 'All three site boundaries had some form of restriction. On one side there are 11 mature lime trees, on another a public right of way and a narrow road with no parking or pavement provision, etc. We ...
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