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Piercy & Co’s Marylebone housing nears completion

[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] Work is nearing completion on Piercy & Company’s five house scheme in Marylebone, London

The five three-bedroom four-storey town houses are located just off Baker Street.

The development features brick façades with timber-clad balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows.

The new-build houses are the first to be developed as a group in Marylebone since the eighties and sit within the Portman Estate conservation area.

The project is expected to complete at the end of the summer.

Piercy and Company's Clay Street housing development

The architect’s view

‘We were asked by Great Marlborough Estates at 1-6 Clay Street to refine and develop an existing consented scheme. The detailing and proportions of the consented scheme façade were refined and the internal spaces redesigned to incorporate increased floor to ceiling heights, improved layouts and additional sustainability measures. We also worked to optimise the reach of the daylight introduced through large roof lights and open stairs at the rear of each townhouse - an important strategy for these single aspect houses.’

Piercy and Company's Clay Street housing development

Project data

Location Marylebone, London
Type of project private residential
Client Great Marlborough Estates
Architect Piercy & Company
Planning consultant DP9 Planning Consultants
Landscape The Richards Partnership
Structural Engineer Taylor Whalley Spyra
M&E consultant LR Blackshaw Associates
Quantity surveyor Paragon Building Consultancy
Lighting consultant LR Blackshaw Associates
Main contractor Ellmer Construction
Tender date November 2012
Start on site date January 2013
Completion date August 2014
Gross internal floor area House 1 - 245m², House 2 - 221m², House 3 - 192m², House 4 - 206m², House 5 - 219m²
Form of contract and/or procurement JCT Design and Build Contract 2011
Annual predicted CO2 emissions 11.12 kg/m²
Predicted air tightness levels 5 m3/h.m²
Predicted energy demands 46.1 kWh/m²/year

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