The project, which has been backed by Turnhold Properties, includes six three-bedroom townhouses and four one- and two-bedroom flats.
The three-bedroom properties will also have an extra roof terrace at third-floor level, while the apartments will have either a roof terrace or balcony.
Practice director Paul Gendle said: 'A key concern was to prevent overlooking the homes on this relatively high-density development while ensuring all buildings have sufficient light.
'The flats have clear glass windows angled away from neighbouring properties and the townhouses to prevent overlooking.
'In addition, the bedrooms of the flats have a random arrangement of obscured stained-glass windows on the north and south elevations. These windows, which are fixed shut, allow extra daylight into the rooms, providing an interesting feature at night when viewed from the townhouses,' he added.