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Adam Khan wins Clapton housing contest

Tower Court
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Adam Khan Architects (AKA) and Muf architecture/art have won a competition for a mixed-use regeneration next to Clapton Common, north east London

Planned to complete in 2018, the project for Hackney Council will create 130 mixed-tenure residential units on the site of the demolished Tower Court Estate.

Bike parking, a play area and a new depot for the Hatzola volunteer ambulance service will also be delivered.

Designed by Harry Moncrieff in 1956, Tower Court featured two blocks of nine and four-storeys which were both demolished last year.

AKA is designing the new housing and Muf is focussing on the landscaping and public space.

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