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Squire and Partners

Squire and Partners has won approval for this residential project on a contentious site in London's Blackheath. The project, comprising a single pavilion building housing 20 apartments, is designed to reflect the landmark qualities of the 1930s church that it replaces.The pitched roof and vertical glazed elements 'reinterpret the traditional forms of the church in a contemporary manner'. The site has been locked in the planning process for the past few years, with previous schemes failing ...

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