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AAVA submits plans for white brick homes in Blackheath

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[FIRST LOOK + PLANS] Up-and-coming practice AAVA Architects has submitted plans for two 310m2 homes on the site of a 1950s house in the Blackheath Conservation Area, south-east London

Up-and-coming practice AAVA Architects has submitted plans for two 310m2 homes on the site of a 1950s house in the Blackheath Conservation Area, south-east London

 The £2 million ‘Green Roof Cottage’ scheme will be clad in handmade, white Roman brick and will feature oak lattice shutters. A planning decision is expected next month.

The practice had previously drawn up plans for a pair of three-storey homes on the Heathway plot however, despite officer approval, the proposal was turned down by the planning committee.

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