When neighbouring houses were built by Countryside Homes for several housing associations some 10 years ago, the site for the two three-bed semis now completed at Eider Close in Newham, London, was an electricity substation. Since then decommissioned, the small site provided East Thames Housing Association with a chance to try something different.
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