Adam Khan Architects has won permission for 33 homes, which will be delivered by the local council on a site in west Harrow, north-west London
The studio defeated four unnamed rivals to win the London Borough of Harrow-backed town centre project near to Harrow-on-the-Hill train station, early last year (see AJ 25.05.16).
The homes within the £8 million scheme on the current Vaughan Road Car Park will be split between private market rent and discount market rent.
The studio is working with landscape architect Adams & Sutherland, community consultant Daisy Froud, structural engineer MLM and planning consultant Tibbalds on the 3,115m² project.
Work on site is expected to start on next spring and complete in autumn 2019.
Adamkhanarchitects vaughanroad harrow
Location Vaughan Road, West Harrow
Type of project Residential led scheme with commercial/ community use at ground floor, 33 units for private market rent and discount market rent
Client London Borough of Harrow
Architect Adam Khan Architects
Landscape architect Adams & Sutherland
Planning consultant Tibbalds
Structural engineer MLM
M&E consultant MLM
Quantity surveyor Faithful + Gould
Main contractor Rooff
Funding London Borough of Harrow
Tender date Invitation to Tender closed on 29.09.2017, award of successful contractor 22.11.17
Start on site Spring 2018
Completion Autumn 2019
Contract duration 18 months
Gross internal floor area 3,115m² (of which 242m² commercial/community)
Procurement Architect/design team procured via mini-competition through GLA ADUP framework
Contractor Procured in 2 stage Tender via A2 Dominion framework
Total cost £8 million
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