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PCKO wins planning for 120-home London scheme

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PCKO Architects has won planning for a 120-home scheme on the former site of Anmer Lodge care home in Stanmore, north-west London

The scheme for the Notting Hill Housing Group also includes a 1,400m² Marks and Spencer food store.

Built around a central square the development features a semi basement multi-storey car park with housing and communal gardens on a deck above.

To the south of the development two apartment buildings contain one to three-bedroom flats, while towards the north a mixture of three and four-bedroom houses integrated with the existing residential area.

The designs will re-link the isolated site with its surrounding area which includes housing to the north with a park beyond.

David de Sousa, associate director at PCKO said: ‘By improving both footpaths and roads, upgrading the quality of public space, building new homes and providing premises for a new high-quality supermarket, our proposals will strengthen the appeal of Stanmore town centre, and the community will benefit from new and improved amenities.’

Project data

Location Stanmore, London
Type of project mixed-use
Client Notting Hill Housing Group
Architect PCKO
Landscape architect Allen Pyke
Engineer RSK
Planning, daylight and sunlight consultant Nathaniel Lichfield and Partners
Communications and consultation M & N Place
Arboriculture consultant Forbes-Laird AC
Cost consultant Silvers
Ecological consultant SLR
Sustainability and energy CBGC
Transport consultant Campbell Reith

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