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PCKO bags planning for 111-home project at Wembley Park

PCKO Architects has won planning consent for a 111-home development in Wembley Park, London

The project features four apartment blocks and two semi-detached houses and will be built in Brook Avenue on the site of a former car park.

All flats not at ground floor level will have access to a balcony, and 130 cycle parking spaces will be provided on the ground floor of the apartment blocks.

Andrew Ogorzalek, director of PCKO Architects, said: ‘The development takes the form of a series of apartment blocks that will create an interesting variety to the façade when seen from passing trains.’

‘These new buildings, integrated with green space, make a positive contribution to the emerging character of Wembley Park.’

Architects: PCKO Architects
Location: Wembley Park, London
Type Of Project: Residential
Structural Engineers:Conisbee (To planning only)
Project Architect: Steve White
Design Team: Andrew Ogorzalek (Director) WaiLun Ho (Associate)
Client: Network Housing Group
Tender date: February 2013
Contract duration: 20 months         
Gross internal floor area: Approximately 10,290m²  
Form of contract and/or procurement: Design & Build
M&E consultant: Calford Seadon (To planning only)
Planning supervisor: Airey Miller Partnership LLP
Annual co2 emissions: To achieve Code Level 4






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