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Works begins on Groves Natcheva's Brockley homes

Construction has started on this nine home, £1.1 million development by Groves Natcheva Architects in the Brockley Conservation area of Lewisham, South London.

The 625m², competition-winning scheme features five single-storey, pavilion-like apartments sat behind a pair of four-storey, timber framed apartment blocks.

According to practice co-founder Murray Groves all the units have their own private amenity space with the ‘the pedestrian street bringing a more communal feel - the idea of the mews.’

Work is due to complete on the development for Bernard Construction in January 2013.

Earlier this month the West London-based practice also started on site with another housing project, for the same client, opposite Tulse Hill Railway Station, London.

Groves Natcheva Architects' Geoffrey Road residential scheme in the Brockley Conservation area of Lewisham, South London.

Plan - Groves Natcheva Architects’ Geoffrey Road residential scheme in the Brockley Conservation area of Lewisham, South London.

Project data

Architects: Groves Natcheva Architects
Location:  Geoffrey Road. Brockley, London
Type Of Project: new build residential
Structural Engineers:  Built Engineers
Project Architect: Murray Groves
Design Team: Murray Groves, Adriana Natcheva 
Client: Bernard Construction  
Funding: Private
Tender date:  N/A
Start on site date: May 2012
Contract duration: 9 Months
Gross internal floor area:  Gross internal area 625m²
Form of contract and/or procurement:  JCT Intermediate.
Total cost: £1,100,000
M&e consultant:  N/A
Quantity surveyor:  Harabin Consultancy 
Planning supervisor:  Bernard Construction
Lighting consultant:   N/A
Main contractor:   Bernard Construction
Selected subcontractors and suppliers: Roe Group Timber Frame
Annual co2 emissions: Not known at this stage
 

 

 

 

 

 

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