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CONTENTS Executive Summary 1

Summary of Proposed Amendments

1.1 Introduction pg 9 1.2

Summary of Design Amendments

pg 10

1.3

Additional Supporting Information

pg 12

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Summary of Area and Accommodation Schedule

pg 13

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Comparison of Revised and Submitted Scheme

2.1

Comparison of Key views with Submitted Scheme

pg 16

2.2 Changes to Layout pg 18 2.3

West End Lane and Southern Elevation

pg 21

2.4

Landscape and Amenity Spaces

pg 22

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Design Development

3.1 Corner Design Development pg 26 3.2 West Building pg 29 3.3 South Elevation pg 32 3.4 East Building pg 34 3.5

North Elevation and Access Route

pg 36

3.6 Bay Studies and Facade details

pg 37

3.7

Proposed Elevations (Flexible non-residential frontage)

pg 39

3.8 Indicative Flexible Commercial layout

pg 40

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Plans and Elevations for revised scheme

4.1 Proposed Plans pg 42 4.2 Proposed Elevations pg 47 5

Apartment quality and Layouts

5.1 Housing Standards pg 58 5.2

Supplementary housing design guide policy

pg 59

5.3

Apartment Layouts

pg 61

6 Conclusions pg 68 Appendices Appendix 1 Detailed Area and Accommodation Schedule Appendix 2 Housing Quality Audit Appendix 3 Typical Flat Layouts (all types)

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REVISED PROPOSAL: view looking into new central courtyard space

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Executive Summary The document describes how the design has evolved and summarises the changes that have been made to the proposals that were submitted to Camden Council in November 2015. The amendments address the following feedback raised by council officers and the GLA: • The design of key elevations with major changes to the south elevation; • The scale of the east building with a reduction in height at the eastern end; • Architectural details for the external elevations, such as brickwork, metal balustrading and balcony design; • How local views are affected by the proposals, in particular from within West End Green Conservation area. The reduction in height to reduce the visibility of the proposal from Crediton Hill and from the south, the proposals now ‘step down, from west tot east;

• Amending apartment layouts so that internal daylighting, especially to kitchen areas are improved;

Redesigned corner

Redesigned south elevation

Height of East building reduced at eastern end

• Providing more details of the quality of the residential spaces; • Demonstrating that the non- residential spaces are appropriate in design and quantity; • More details and further analysis of daylight/ sunlight and overshadowing. The key changes to the proposals have resulted in the design evolving with changes to the way the building looks and is planned. Whilst there are many small changes, all the amendements taken together has involved a significant amount of design development which has been discussed with council officers prior to this resubmission.

The changes to the proposals have maintained all the benefits of the submitted scheme: • 50% affordable housing; • Family sized affordable rented housing; • High quality housing offering a choice of accommodation for a wide variety of households; • A new public green space; • A safer, more attractive public route for pedestrian and cyclists; • A new community meeting room; • A variety of employment spaces including startup business units; • A highly sustainable building; • A car free development reducing local pollution and traffic; • A substantial improvement to the ecological value of the site including a range of new planting and trees; • Replacement of an unattractive building with one which is designed to be consistent with West Hampstead’s local architecture in relation to use, scale, character and architectural expression; • Active ground floor uses throughout the site creating a secure and animated environment. In bringing forward the above benefits the proposed scheme meets the objectives of local, national and London-wide policies in relation to a high quality residential led scheme within central London. Revised corner to West End Lane and redesigned balconies

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1 Summary of Proposed Amendments Responses from Camden Planning Officers and Consultees to the originally submitted scheme

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REVISED PROPOSAL: view looking north from West End Lane. The height of the building at the eastern end of the site has been reduced alongside significant design development across the whole south elevation.

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1.0 SUMMARY OF PRPOSED AMENDMENTS 1.1 Introduction Purpose of the document This Addendum Design and Access Statement is submitted as a supplement to the Design and Access Statement submitted on behalf of A2 Dominion Developments as part of the planning application for the redevelopment of the site at 156 West End Lane, Camden (Ref. 2015/6455/P). The document is a summary of the design amendments made to the proposals following post submission responses from the Council and GLA and subsequent consultation with Camden’s planning and conservation officers.

Description of Proposals: The proposed redevelopment comprises demolition of all existing buildings and redevelopment of the site to provide 164 mixed-tenure homes (Use Class C3), new floorspace for town centre uses (Use Classes A1, A2, A3, D1 or D2), new employment floorspace (including four dedicated units for startup businesses) (Use Class B1), a community meeting room and new and improved public open spaces, together with associated new landscaping, on-site access, servicing and disabled car parking.

This documents summarises the key changes to the submitted scheme and also describes the evolution of the design. The changes made across the proposed development address the overall approach in terms of architectural design and local views, apartment layouts, elevation detail, landscape, daylight/ sunlight and overshadowing.

What are the main changes to the proposals? „„ Reduction in building height to the East building

All of the technical reports noted below have been reviewed and updated to accord with the revised scheme. The updated reports should be read in conjunction with this document.

„„ Design development of all the elevations, roofscape and architectural details

The revisions are summarised on the amended planning drawings, some of which are included in the Appendix to this document.

„„ Increase in residential amenity spaces „„ Changes to apartment layouts to improve internal daylighting

This Design and Access Statement Addendum has been prepared by Child Graddon Lewis Architects with input from the professional team involved in producing the following technical reports:

„„ Reduction in Blue Badge Parking spaces from 16 to 12

Planning Statement; Landscape Statement; Heritage, Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment (HTVIA); Statement of Community Involvement; Transport Assessment & Travel Plan; Energy and Sustainability Statement; Daylight & Sunlight Assessment; Ecological Appraisal; Flood Risk and Drainage; Aboricultural Assessment; Air Quality Assessment; Noise Impact Assessment; and, Waste Management Strategy

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1.0 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS 1.2 Summary of design amendments A summary of the key changes made to the scheme are set out below. For the most part, the amendments reflect the design evolution of principal elevations with the most significant change being a reduction in height of the eastern end of the proposed development. A detailed schedule of amendments is provided in section 5. The key amendments to the scheme are, in summary, as follows:

1. The height of the Eastern building has been reduced by one storey at the eastern end. This is to reduce the visibility of the top floor from long views and in particular, looking south from Crediton Hill. The overall impact is more pronounced from West End Lane looking north, as the scale of the proposal now steps down from west to east in accordance with the recommendations set out in the adopted Neighbourhood Plan and comments from the design and conservation officers. This change has resulted in a change to the apartment mix and an overall reduction in unit numbers to 163. As a consequence, there is an alteration to the total number of habitable rooms for the overall site. In addition, whilst the overshadowing to the Lymington Road Gardens and MUGA both met the BRE guidelines with the submitted scheme, these further changes provides an additional improvement. November 2015 planning submission design. View from the south looking north along West End Lane

2. The design of the West End Lane frontage, corner and south elevation generally, north elevation and east elevation. A number of design workshops have taken place with the council’s design and conservation officers to develop the design of these frontages. The design evolution and thought process is described in more detail in later sections. • Integrating the design of the West End Lane elevation and southern elevation on the West building. The amended West End Lane frontage and south elevation are now more closely linked with more consistency in the architectural detailing. The proposed projecting, curved balconies along the southern frontage provide a break in the building line similar to bay structures of traditional mansion blocks. • Roofscape of West building. Feedback from design and conservation officers requested a review of the roofscape and in particular the design of the dormer windows on the western building to lighten and soften their appearance and provide added visual interest on the skyline. Through intensive design testing the result has been the removal of the dormers on the southern elevation to soften the long elevation, whilst introducing a feature dormer on the corner. The dormer feature on the corner is accentuated by a simplified roof profile on the southern elevation, removing dormers and reducing the impact of the building at the upper levels. • West End Lane / Potteries Path corner redesigned to provide more prominence on this corner including the addition of a feature to provide added interest/ legibility to the roofline. The above approach means the corner is now more prominent, without being overbearing, striking a balance that marks this key townscape corner without dominating the view north. • Internally, the whole corner facing West End Lane has been reconfigured. At ground floor additional glazing to the flexible non-residential space creates an

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Proposed view from the south looking north along West End Lane

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1.0 SUMMARY OF PRPOSED AMENDMENTS opportunity for more visual links to the street, with an entrance on the corner providing activity. Above 1st floor, social rented apartments now wrap around from West End Lane allowing large living room windows with inset balconies to occupy this space. The effect of all the proposed changes to the corner improves the compositional articulation and balance to the buildings’ bottom, middle and top floors whilst creating a more active frontage. • South Elevation across West and East buildings. To create two buildings of varied character by continuing the West End Lane frontage around to the southern elevation and creating a complimentary but different frontage for the East building. • More active north elevation. Design development of the lower levels of the building as it relates to the rear gardens and houses of Lymington Road exploring the potential for increasing activity and interest at the ground floor of the residential blocks facing north onto the pedestrian/ vehicle route. Amended proposals including a number of changes have allowed a more activated northern frontage: - Front doors with ‘porch’ type entrances; - Removal of raised path; - Removal of 4 car parking spaces and replacement with dual aspect

apartments and landscaping; - Additional windows introduced.

3. Amended apartment layouts to improve internal daylighting. The submitted scheme contained a small number of apartments where day light levels to kitchens could be improved. A general review of all apartment layouts in conjunction with the other changes noted above, has resulted in a high level improvements to internal daylighting. Full details of the assessment and daylight / sunlight results are provided in the revised daylight / sunlight report.

4. Landscape statement. The external landscaping provision has been amended to reflect the changes to the proposals; for example the reduced height to the East building provided an opportunity to create additional amenity space for residents. Planning officers requested that the landscaped areas were calculated according to Camden’s Public Open Space policy as contained in policy CPG6, which has resulted in a revised public open space calculations. In addition, further clarity is provided in relation to the ecology appraisal and wildlife corridor link. All of the amendments to the landscape and the public realm are described in more detail in the Revised Landscape Design and Access Statement .

Proposed view from west looking east along the northern path

5. Reduction in parking spaces. As requested by planning officers there is a reduction in four blue badge parking spaces at the eastern end of the site. While the GLA guidance recommends 1:1 provision for all wheelchair apartments, it also indicates that this should be managed through the management strategy. The removal of these parking spaces has provided the opportunity to reconfigure the lower ground floor apartments and ancillary spaces, so that these are now dual aspect with windows onto the north elevation and with larger private gardens. The space at the easternmost boundary is now enhanced, terminating in additional soft landscaping which benefits long views looking east down the shared access route.

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1.0 SUMMARY OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS 1.3 Additional supporting information/ clarification Some of the responses to feedback have been to provide additional details or further technical assessments to clarify or confirm features of the proposals. 1.2.1 Additional views required from Lymington Road and new rendered views from Crediton Hill taken in winter. This was in response to and confirming that the proposals would not cause significant harm to views from within the conservation area. 1.2.2 Additional information within the ecology report regarding the missing wildlife corridor link and how the landscaping and species selection support biodiversity. 1.2.3 Clarification and additional data in relation to daylight/ sunlight assessments and overshadowing. Accordingly, the revised daylight sunlight report includes: • Additional information on specific windows on adjacent properties; • Revised assessments for all proposed apartments to reflect the changes to the layouts; • Clarification in relation to daylight targets for kitchens; • Additional overshadowing diagrams for different times of the year and the impact on the MUGA; • Clarification on the use of glazed patio doors for sunlight and daylight. 1.2.4 Additional evidence to support the layout and quantity of proposed employment spaces. In particular that the proposed office / startup spaces can be used for a range of business purposes (not just limited to B1a). Accordingly, Forty Asset management has been has been instructed to liaise with potential workspace providers to provide comment on the spaces proposed in terms of its layout, quality and size and if this would meet their needs. 1.2.5 Clarification in relation to affordability of housing. A2 Dominion have liaised closely with Camden’s housing team to identify and clarify their position in relation to affordability particularly with respect to the affordable rented housing to be provided. A public statement was issued to local papers. Danny Lynch, A2Dominion’s Group Land Director (London), said: “A2Dominion and Camden Council have very recently agreed average rents at substantially below the Government’s 80% of market rent levels at the Ballymore West End Lane scheme.

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“We have indicated to Council officers that we believe we can achieve average rents of less than half market rent levels at 156 West End Lane.” At Ballymore, there are 33 affordable rent units. The individual affordable rent figures are presently commercially sensitive, but the average will be around 30% of market rates. 1.2.6 Additional pedestrian comfort level assessment for the footways on the railway bridge. Pedestrian flow data from the original survey was utilised for the additional assessment. Pedestrian flows were counted at two locations, selected as they represented the narrowest section of the footway located on the bridge crossing the Thameslink railway line on both the western and eastern sides. The results from the two assessments confirm that, by following TfL’s assessment methodology, there will be no material impact to the pedestrian comfort levels experienced on West End Lane as a result of the development proposals. It is noted that the pedestrian survey count was undertaken north of the bridge and north of the entrance to West Hampstead Thameslink station. It is expected that a considerable proportion of southbound pedestrian flows would have entered the station and not have crossed the bridge. Therefore, in reality it is reasonable to assume that a higher Pedestrian Comfort Level (PCL) would be achieved. 1.2.7 Clarification in relation to energy and sustainability and performance targets for the building. The revised Energy and Sustainability statement confirms the following in relation to queries from Camden officers and the GLA Stage 1 report : A BREEAM ‘Very Good’ rating is proposed. The BREEAM pre-assessment achieves a score of 61.8% which is an improvement on the currently submitted proposal. The revised report details the actions to meet credit requirements in relation to energy, water and material credits. The development reflects the cooling hierarchy as set out in the London Plan Policy 5.9 and has been assessed, from an early stage against the performance criteria of this policy. An Overheating Assessment has been prepared and is submitted as further information. 1.2.8 Network Rail. Network Rail (NR) site ownership was confirmed on part of the southern boundary and the objection raised has now been withdrawn by NR. Please refer to revised location plan submitted June 2016.

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13119 - 156 West End Lane Schedule of Areas & Accommodation

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FURTHER REVISIONS TO RESUBMITTED SCHEME V3 26.08.2016

1.4 Summary of revised area and accommodation schedule

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Affordable Rented

50% Affordable based on floor space and habitable rooms 10% wheelchair adaptable and fully adapted apartments (all affordable)

Comparison with submitted scheme: SUBMITTED SCHEME NOV. 2015

Total Number of Units : 164 Affordable Units: 78 ( 47.5%)

per unit

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1 BED 2P

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14

1 BED 2P wheelchair flat

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2 BED 3P wheelchair flat

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3

2 BED 4P

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3

15

2 BED 4P wheelchair flat

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9

3 BED 4P wheelchair flat

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4

12

3 BED 4P

2

4

8

3 BED 5P

9

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12

4 BED 5P

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20

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5

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Shared Ownership 1 BED 2P

20

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2 BED 3P wheelchair flat

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2 BED 4P

14

3

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Total Number of Units : 164

3 BED 5P

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Shared Ownership Hr

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TOTAL AFFORDABLE Hr

Affordable Units: 79 ( 48%)

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Private

51%

Affordable Residential floorspace (NIA): 5645 sq.m (50%)

Affordable Residential floorspace (NIA): 5618 sq.m (50% )

1 BED 2P 1 BED 2P wheelchair flat

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Total affordable hab. rooms : 232 (51%)

Total affordable hab. rooms : 227 (51 %)

2 BED 3P wheelchair flat

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714hr/ha / 256 u/ha (based on gross site area)

700hr/ha / 257 u/ha ( based on gross site area)

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Total Private

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812hr/ha / 291 u/ha (based on net site area)

786 hr/ha / 288 u/ha ( based on net site area)

Total non residential NIA: 1608 sq.m

Affordable Rented Hr

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Total Hr

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700 hr/ha

TOTAL WHEELCHAIR UNITS 18 83% Affordable 17% Family Sized 12 Blue Badge Parking spaces ( all for affordable housing tenants) Residential NIA (sq.m) Residential Affordable Rented

3494 31.0%

Residential Shared Ownership

2124 18.8% 5667 50.2% 11285

Residential Private Sale Total Residential NIA (sq.m) Non Residential NIA (sq.m) Flexible non-residential GF

680

Startup Busniess GF

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Community Meeting Room GF

50%

Affordable floorspace

87% OF TOTAL DEVELOPMENT NIA

63

Office 1st Flr

505 Total Non Residential NIA (sq.m)

1748

Total Development NIA (sq.m)

13033

13% OF TOTAL DEVELOPMENT NIA

Residential GIA (sq.m) Residential Affordable Rented

4017 28.3%

Residential Shared Ownership

2836 20.0% 7327 51.7% 14180

Residential Private Sale Total Residential GIA (sq.m) Non Residential GIA (sq.m) Flexible non-residential GF Startup Business GF Community Meeting Room GF Office 1st Flr Total Non Residential GIA (sq.m) Total Development GIA (sq.m)

Net Density Calculation Residential Site area |(89% of total net site area) u/ha hr/ha

763 500 63 593 1919 16099

0.57 288 786

88% OF TOTAL DEVELOPMENT GIA

12% OF TOTAL DEVELOPMENT GIA

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2 Comparison of Revised and Submitted Scheme

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2.0 COMPARISON OF REVISED AND SUBMITTED SCHEME 2.1 Comparison of key verifiable views with submitted scheme View from south looking north along West End Lane

Site as existing

The current proposed scheme is much lighter than the originally submitted scheme. There is a much softer roof line across the development and the massing has been significantly reduced to the East building and appears to drop-off into the distance. The dormer marks the corner and the transition between west and south elevations

The originally submitted scheme.

View from north looking south along West End Lane

Site as existing

The current proposed scheme has articulated the dormers and creates a horizontal emphasis through banding that ties in with Canterbury Mansions to provide greater continuity and create a stronger reference to the vernacular style.

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The originally submitted scheme ties in some of the key horizontal lines of Canterbury Mansions but maintains a primarily vertical, rather than a horizontal emphasis.

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2.0 COMPARISON OF REVISED AND SUBMITTED SCHEME 2.1 Comparison of key views with submitted scheme View looking south along Crediton Hill taken during winter months

Site as existing. Existing Blackburn Road building is visible through the gaps between the houses on Lymington Road.

The current proposed scheme has been reduced in height by one storey and is much less visible over the tops of the Lymington Road houses.

The originally submitted scheme shows a full storey of the eastern most end of the proposal over the tops of the Lymington Road houses.

View looking south along Crediton Hill taken during summer months

Site as existing

The current proposed scheme lowered by a single storey height is barely visible beyond the tree foliage. The existing Blackburn Road student development beyond is much more prominent during the spring and summer months.

The originally submitted scheme can be made out beyond the tree foliage yet the Blackburn Road student development beyond is still in a much more prominent view.

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2.0 COMPARISON OF REVISED AND SUBMITTED SCHEME 2.2 Changes to layouts The layouts have undergone a significant amount of revisions. Many of the changes are to improve layouts and in particular address the internal daylighting issue raised by planning officers within specific apartments. Whilst the submitted scheme achieved extremely high levels of compliance with BRE internal daylight standards, these further changes will improve those apartments which originally fell short. The plans in this section indicate where amendments have been made to the submitted scheme.

In summary the changes seek to:

• Provide a more direct relationship with northern route and create a more active frontage by adding more entrances and windows

• Improve internal layouts so that living spaces in particular are maximised.

• Increase communal amenity areas and landscaping, in particular additional roof terracing on the East building.

• Windows are enlarged and relocated to obtain the best internal daylight possible.

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Additional planting / soft landscaping to provide green backdrop to vista looking east / termination of north access route.

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Blue badge parking spaces removed and building line extended eliminating overshadowed undercroft and allowing dual aspect corner flat with larger private garden and additional landscaping. The east and west wings facing the northern route now have more animated frontages.

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Escape stair to 1st floor employment space removed allowing more usable space at ground floor with increased glazing / entrance doors into flexible non-residential space.

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South east corner enlarged to provide bookend to East building. Apartment area enlarged.

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Balconies opened up and lightened replacing brick with metal railings.

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1B2P WC AR 58 m²

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2 bedroom flat reconfigured to be fully adapted wheelchair apartment with improved living/ kitchen/dining layout. Kitchen moved away from back of deep plan ( plan is now shallower) and provided with a window to increase internal daylight. South facing balconies redesigned to be semi projecting and to add interest to south elevation. Wheelchair allocation moved to other units. Layouts rationalised and improved. Five additional family units to affordable rented provision. Window enlarged to increase internal daylight. Balcony and window for adjacent flat moved away to increase privacy.

Revised 2nd Floor Plan

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Party wall moved to enlarge bedroom.

Vertical brick panel added to balcony.

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Raised path and wall removed.

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Entrance doors with individual porches introduced to activate north route.

Juliette balconies introduced with larger windows to activate north elevation.

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Security gate introduced to provide security to eastern section of north route ( as requested by SBD officer).

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Access to 1st floor flexible workspace

Cycle store to first floor employment space enlarged.

Balconies reconfigured and orientated south to provide more privacy and reduce views overlooking MUGA.

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Revised 1st Floor Plan

Ancillary spaces relocated allowing more usable space for flexible commercial space.

Windows to courtyard enlarged to improve internal daylight.

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Revised 4th Floor Plan 39

Reconfigured access to deck removing awkward corner.

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Columns removed to improved daylight to north facing windows.

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Layout revised to allow naturally lit separate kitchen.

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Access deck reduced in depth to improve daylight to lower windows.

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One bed flats removed at Camden request to increase provision of employment space.

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Plan made less deep to improve daylighting. Affordable units now access from shared ownership core, access deck removed to improved daylighting.

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Built area extended eastwards.

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Eastern portion of East building removed ( including reduction in lift core)and replaced with additional communal amenity (roof terrace). Reduced visibility of building from Crediton Hill and Lymington Road with new green/ soft landscaping as backdrop.

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Built area and projecting balcony removed away from corner to reduce bulk on the corner. Large terrace divided.

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1B2P WC AR 59 m²

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Roof profile set back and curved.

Private amenity space wraps around corner.

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Dormers removed to simplify roof profile. Private terrace areas increased in size.

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2.0 COMPARISON OF REVISED AND SUBMITTED SCHEME 2.3 West End Lane and Southern Elevations

Larger dormer window with inset windows below plus glazed corner at ground floor create a more activated corner. The overall impact is a creating a more prominent feature without dominating townscape.

West End Lane Elevation Proportions of dormer more closely related to those on Canterbury Mansions and less bulky.

Textured brickwork creating vertical emphasis. Brickwork detailed to create portal framing ground and first floor windows

Current proposed scheme

Dormer proportions too bulky

Corner not prominent enough to address important townscape location.

November 2015 submitted scheme

South Elevation Vertical textured brickwork followed through from west elavation to provide continuity with West End Lane and south elevation

Larger dormer window with inset windows break up bulk of corner brickwork. Curved glazed corner at ground floor wraps around forming entrances and active elevation for Startup and Community Room.

Current proposed scheme

Dormers removed to create simpler roof profile along south elevation

Extension of set back roof providing visual connection with West building.

Metal balustrading to lighten elevation

Reduction in height by 1 storey and replace with roof terrace

Lower, slimmer ‘bookend’ to East building with less bulk.

November 2015 submitted scheme

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2.0 COMPARISON OF REVISED AND SUBMITTED SCHEME 2.4 Landscape and Amenity Spaces

Revised landscape plan A 2016

Planting and trees added to end of northern access route Soft landscaping extended The path has been widened to a continuous 3m wide shared path for cyclists and pedestrians. The width of the path means cyclists will not need to dismount. The inside face of the wall of Potteries Path has been removed. Garden beds provide a vegetative edge to the path and defensible planting to the private terraces. The building has also been set back from the existing wall giving a greater sense of openness and safety along Potteries Path. The path has been enhanced providing a more consistent slope than currently, with maximum grades of 1:21, with landings every 500mm, and hazard corduroys either side of building entrances. Overall the proposal provides a legible and improved pedestrian and cycle link from West End Lane towards Crown Close in accordance with the Site Allocations document. The Landscape Statement and Plans have been updated to reflect this.

Submitted landscape plan November 2015

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2.0 COMPARISON OF REVISED AND SUBMITTED SCHEME 2.4 Landscape and Amenity Spaces

Revised landscape roof plan June 2016

Layout of proposed PV’s shown

New shared roof terrace where flats have been removed

Larger green roof

Submitted landscape roof plan November 2015

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3 Design Development Evolution and design studies to arrive at the revised proposals

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.1 Corner Design Development Corner feature as part of the roofscape

Following the pattern of West End Lane, a series of dormer windows continue the stepped roofscape of Canterbury Mansions.

Proposed western and southern elevations reference the horizontal and vertical rhythms of the adjacent mansion block, Canterbury Mansions.

Proposed roof line references that of Canterbury Mansions and adjacent mansion block.

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In the proposed development, a grid of windows within a brick band wraps around a curved corner. The corner glazing is given prominence by a stretch of solid wall either side, as in the neighbouring mansion blocks.

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.1 Corner Design Development Marking the corner

The aim was to be prominent enough to mark the very visible corner without being overbearing or ostentatious. One dormer window marks the turning of the corner, linking the roofscape to a vertical alignment of recessed window,s.

The vertical alignment of glazing ties the roof storey to the facade below

Proposed roof line and corner fenestration reference the mansion block vernacular.

Proposed roof line and corner fenestration reference the mansion block vernacular.

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.1 Corner Design Development Corner development Previous corner designs used a blank textured brick panel on the corner with a larger dormer offset from the curve, facing south. As the design developed, this was replaced with a string of recessed balconies as a focus to give the corner more prominence, with a less dominant roof level feature but one that tied in neatly with the glazing below.

Sketch showing an earlier design with dormer and glazing features offset from the corner

Exploring numerous sketch options on how to deal with this very visible corner, we tried larger, heavier options, and options where the corner was not marked by a significant change in the elevation at all. Eventually we settled upon an approach which attempted to balance and tie together the western and southern elevations and the roof storey rather than introduce new features such as a cupola, drum or tower. The final revised design for the corner was aiming to be slim and elegant.

Previous sketch options: we moved away from a cylinder or drum shaped corner feature as an unnecessary additional form. To relate to the curve of the corner below, it would be wide and inelegant. As a slimmer cylinder, it does not sit comfortably with the square neighbouring dormers. We chose not to replicate the same corner features of neighbouring Edwardian buildings of a cylinder as part of the roofscape with conical roof above - which do work but perhaps only in the context of an Edwardian or Victorian vernacular style.

Sketch showing an earlier design with dominant dormer window and glazing features offset from the corner alongside dormers on South Elevation

Sketch showing the developed design with recessed balconies on the curve of the corner, set within a textured brick panel and acting as a stop between the south and west elevations.

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Dog tooth brick panelling


3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.2 West building : West End Lane and South Elevation

Textured brick panels Vertical textured brick panels in the proposed building follow the rhythm of the adjacent Canterbury Mansions and follow through in the wider bays of the southern elevation.

Brick banding and detailing used is adjacent building Canterbury Mansions.

Proposed vertical brick panels using traditional dog tooth brick bond methods.

Design options for southern elevation testing different brick textures.

Dogs tooth brick panelling at new Whitworth Art Gallery extension in Manchester.

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.2 West building : West End Lane and South Elevation

Vertical Projecting Bays Angled projecting balconies together with the recesses behind give depth to the facade and break the long elevation along both blocks into a comfortable rhythm of repeating vertical bays. This is intended to follow the standard bay arrangement of a typical mansion block.

Proposed projecting bays reference local mansion block vernacular.

Brick banding and detailing used is adjacent building Canterbury Mansions.

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Proposed vertical bay features to southern elevation provide projecting balconies providing amenity space to apartments and provide solar shading to passively control solar heat gain and avoid internal overheating.


3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS

3.2 West building : West End Lane and South Elevation

Inset balconies provide solar shading to the south elevation

Partially projecting balconies provide private amenity space to apartments and give depth to the facade Deeply recessed windows to south facade

Metal railings to provide guarding to balcony edge Light coloured brick in dogs tooth bond for projecting balcony edge provides horizontal emphasis offering relief to the verticality of the bays

Vertical dogs tooth brick panels

Vertical section through bay structure.

Three dimensional section through typical south facing bay structure.

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.3 South Elevation (East and West buildings)

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.4 East building Current design for re-submission

November submission lower ground floor plan

Planting added in place of paving

Ancillary spaces rearranged to allow flats with windows facing onto northern route to improve natural surveillance and improve daylighting.

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NOTES -Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

Undercroft parking bays removed at lower ground floor level. Building extended, flats with windows facing north and onto the courtyard

Greater separation between plant room and lower ground floor flats

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Private Terrace 12 m²

Note: affordable rented wheelchair flats 19 are fully adapted unless they are 'active elderly' in which case they are adaptable to wheelchair standards. All shared ownership wheelchair units are adaptable.

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Note: affordable rented wheelchair flats are fully adapted unless they are 'active elderly' in which case they are adaptable to wheelchair standards. All shared ownership wheelchair units are adaptable.

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS NOTES -Do not scale from this drawing , except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subjec t to s urvey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

3.4 East building

KEY 2B4P

November submission fifth floor plan

2B4P

Current design for re-submission

Lobby 1B2P 2B4P 3B5P AR SO PS

These three flats have now been removed and replaced with a garden terrace

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New shared garden terrace in place of flats

Less visible western core extended slightly. with one additional flat

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Kitchen

Bedroom

Key and not es added Planning Issue First issue Description

Plot E5.01 2B4P - Type PW PS 84.33 m²

Revision Schedule

Living/ Dining

Bedroom

2B4P PS

AB AB AB By

Bedroom

Kitchen 2B4P PS

key pl an

Bedroom Service riser Bedroom

20

Service riser

AOV

15

Core 3 Green roof

Core 4 AOV

Bedroom

Bedroom

Bedroom

Bedroom

Terrace

Terrace

2B4P PS

2B4P PS Living/ Dining

Service riser

2B4P PS

Kitchen Kitchen

Living/ Dining/ Kitchen

Bedroom

2B4P Living/ PS Dining

Balcony PS

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Plot E5.04 2B4P - Type PZ PS 89.44 m²

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Plot E5.03 2B4P - Type PX PS 75.66 m²

Plot E5.02 2B4P - Type PY PS 78.91 m²

Kitchen Bedroom

Living/ Dining

AOV

Core 3

20

Bedroom

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Proposed view looking south along Crediton Hill. The landscaping on the roof terrace will soften the top floor.

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.5 North Elevation and Northern Access Route

Publically accessible path into central green courtyard Proposed view of north path from west looking east

Eastern lower ground floor to western ground floor combined plan showing northern access route

West Building Ground floor

East Building Ground floor

e d Lan n E t s We

East Building Lower ground floor

North shared access route

26 - 28

22 - 24

GAMES AREA

Removal of parking spaces in previous submission design allows for areas of green planting

Northern Elevation

New north facing windows to flats to increase activity and surveillance

18 - 20

14 - 16

6-8

2-4

OUTLINE LYMINGTON RD PROPERTIES

Entrance porches help give these buildings a ‘front’ onto the northern access route.

1

CANTERBURY MANSIONS

WEST BUILDING OUTLINE LYMINGTON RD HOUSES

The gate to the lower private courtyard has been moved as shown to allow a route from West North ElevationEnd - Lymington Rdthe viewcentral Lane to green open space on the 1 : 500 northern side of the site.

WEST LANE

EXISTING WALL

Piers removed to improve internal daylighting.

Eastern proportion of East Building removed R

B2

B1

2 New north facing windows to flats

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Entrances now marked by porches

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.6 Bay Studies and Facade Details

Soldier course

Textured brickwork

Lighter brick band

Projecting brick bands

Bay elevation from south face of Eastern building

Bay elevation from West End Lane frontage

Grid of windows and recessed brick panels

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.6 Bay Studies and Facade Details Transition between west and south elevations

Continuous soffit line wraps around the corner continuing the pedestrian scale and tying together the west and south elevation designs

38

Continuous parapet line ties together the west and southern elevations

South-west corner elevation

West (West End Lane) elevation toward south corner

Non-residential space (for Class Uses A1, A2, A3, D1 or D2)

Enlarged dormer at corner marks the corner which signifies the start of Potteries Path and the opening to the public space

Glazing wraps around the corner providing views and inviting activity into the public space

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Additional entrance to non-residential space allowing active frontage to wrap around the corner along Potteries Path

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Inset balconies act as a motif to tie the west and south elevations together

South elevation toward west corner

Start-up units


3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.7 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : WEST END LANE ELEVATION (FLEXIBLE NON-RESIDENTIAL FRONTAGE)

Residential use at second floor and above Residential space

Flexible office space at first floor

3150 Flexible employment space

Shopfront fascia zone Shopfront fascia zone

Signage for retail unit Potential for awning over commercial unit bay Shopfront glazing and display area

3150

Flexible nonresidential space

Glazing panels with flexibility become door openings as per non-residential unit layout Footpath (level varies)

TYPICAL FACADE SECTION AND INDICATIVE SHOPFRONT ELEVATION Signage and fascia design indicative - final design subject to separate signage application and approval.

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3.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: ELEVATIONS AND LAYOUTS 3.8 INDICATIVE FLEXIBLE COMMERCIAL LAYOUT: POTENTIAL OPTIONS FOR SUBDIVISION Plans and elevations below are illustrative and indicate how the ground floor flexible non residential space could be subdivided from a single flexible unit into two smaller units.

WORKSPACE

SHOP 1

SHOP 1

SHOP 1

WORKSPACE

1. Indicative shopfront arrangement for a single unit

SHOP 1

SHOP 1

SHOP 2

2. Indicative shopfront arrangement for two units NOTES

NOTES

6530

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-Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

5329

-Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

Community room

Refuse Store

Refuse Store

Cycle Store Flexible non-residential space Refuse Store

Office entrance

W/C Podium Access

Refuse Store

11

Cycle Store

Loading bay

BOH area A

10 9

Start-up units

Potential entrance location

Total Start-up unit area: 500 sqm

Flexible non-residential space (Use Classes A1, A2, A3, D1 or D2) 763 sqm

4

W/C Podium Access

Office entrance

Cycle Store

Potential entrance location

3

Refuse Store

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Start-up units

Retail Unit A

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Revision Schedule

BOH area B

key plan

Service riser

Retail Unit B

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AOV

Lobby SO

Core 2

02.08.16

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Revision Schedule

Potential entrance location

Loading bay

Potential incoming services location

key plan

Service riser

Start-up units

Plot 226 Refuse Store SO 27 m²

2

Refuse Store

Bike store

12

Core 2

Lobby SO

Core 1

Start-up units

Start-up units

Start-up units

Core 1

5

Community room 63 sqm

Start-up units Start-up units

Start-up units

Community room

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14 Potential entrance location

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN - WEST BUILDING

GROUND FLOOR FLEXIBLE NON-RESIDENTIAL SPACE (2 UNITS)

Potteries Path drawing status

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Community room Cycle Store Flexible non-residential space Refuse Store

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4 Plans and Elevations of Revised Scheme Details of the revised proposals superceding the submitted design

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4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 4.1 PROPOSED PLANS : GROUND FLOOR PLAN

NOTES -Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

2B4P

5329

6530

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1B2P

Refuse Store

Private Terrace 18 m²

10 9

Start-up units Total Start-up unit area: 500 sqm

Flexible non-residential space (Use Classes A1, A2, A3, D1 or D2) 763 sqm

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20

Plot E0.03 2B4P - Type PD PS 74.39 m² Revisions following planners comments. Private Terrace Flat layouts revised to improve 9 m² daylighting. Elevations updated Concierge Office

Private Terrace 13 m² G

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follwing planners comments. Units lost from 5th floor of private block. Adjustments to tenure of remaining units to maintain affordable/ private ratio. Scale note added Some amenity areas added. Room areas added Key and notes added Planning Issue Description

balcony 7sqm

balcony 5sqm

Plot E0.06 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.09 m²

Lobby PS

Service riser

Plot E0.17 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.20 m² Plot E0.18 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.21 m²

Plot E0.14 2B4P - Type PL PS 71.63 m²

balcony 7sqm

Cycle Store

Plot E0.15 1B2P - Type PM PS 52.25 m²

16 Plot E0.05 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.09 m²

balcony 5sqm

19 Loading bay

Potential entrance location

Plot E0.02 2B4P - Type PC PS 71.11 m²

Plot E0.16 1B2P - Type PU PS 50.47 m²

balcony 5sqm

Cycle Store

Potential entrance location

3

Plot E0.01 2B4P - Type PC 11 PS 71.40 m²

Refuse Store

Refuse Store

balcony 5sqm

Office entrance

W/C Podium Access

balcony 5sqm

2

Refuse Store

Bike store

18

balcony 5sqm

17 Plot E0.04 1B2P - Type PU PS 51.29 m²

juliette balcony

12

AOV

Core 3 Core 4

Revision Schedule

AOV

Service riser

key plan

Service riser

Lobby SO

Core 2

Potential entrance location

Plot E0.07 2B4P - Type PG PS 72.53 m²

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5

Plot E0.08 1B2P - Type PH PS 53.53 m²

Start-up units

Start-up units

Start-up units

Community room 63 sqm

Plot E0.11 2B4P - Type PJ PS 74.79 m²

Plot E0.10 2B4P - Type PJ PS 74.57 m²

Plot E0.12 2B4P - Type PR PS 67.62 m²

balcony 7sqm

Plot E0.13 2B4P - Type PQ PS 73.06 m²

balcony 7 sqm

balcony 7 sqm

balcony 7 sqm

balcony 7 sqm

balcony 7 sqm

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Core 1

Plot E0.09 1B2P - Type PI PS 55.57 m²

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14 Potential entrance location

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Potteries Path drawing status

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Community room Cycle Store Flexible non-residential space Refuse Store

1B2P 2B4P 3B5P AR SO PS

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Ground floor plan

Drawing NTS

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4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 4.1 PROPOSED PLANS : LOWER GROUND FLOOR PLAN

NOTES -Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

Cycle Store

18

Private Terrace 9 m²

Plot E-1.02 1B2P SO SB 55 m²

19

Plot E-1.08 1B2P WC PS PA 61 m²

Private Terrace 15 m²

Private Terrace 12 m²

Refuse Store

17 Plot E-1.01 1B2P SO SB 55 m²

16 Plot E-1.09 1B2P WC PS PA 61 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

Cycle Store

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Revision Schedule key plan

Service riser

AOV

Private Terrace 11 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

Core 3

Core 4 AOV

Plot E-1.06 1B2P SO SD 51 m²

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Plot E-1.07 2B4P SO PB 79 m² Private Terrace 44 m²

Private Terrace 14 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

Private Terrace 10 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

21

Plot E-1.05 1B2P SO SC 61 m²

Plot E-1.04 1B2P WC PS PE 60 m²

Plot E-1.03 1B2P WC SO SC 61 m²

Landscape plan for central courtyard space

Service riser

Lobby

Plant Room 20

project

Potteries Path

1B2P 1B2P WC 2B4P

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Cycle Store

LOWER GROUND FLOOR PLAN EAST BUILDING

Plant Room Refuse Store 1B2P 2B4P 3B5P AR SO PS WC

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Lower ground floor plan (East building)

Landscape plan for eastern courtyard space

Drawing NTS

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4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 4.1 PROPOSED PLANS : 1ST & 2ND FLOOR PLANS

1B2P

NOTES -Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

2B4P

1

Core 5

10 9

Private Terrace 12 m²

Plot W1.06 2B4P SO SH 73 m²

Plot W1.11 1B2P AR AH 50 m²

15

Balcony 7sqm

Lightwell to startup unit below

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Plot E1.07 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.09 m² Plot E1.04 1B2P - Type PP PS 50.22 m²

Service riser

Core 4 AOV

key plan

Plot W1.02 2B4P AR AC 73 m²

Plot W1.01 1B2P WC AR AB 58 m²

6

Plot W1.04 1B2P SO SJ 51 m²

AOV

Plot W1.03 3B5P AR AG 92 m²

Plot E1.14 2B4P - Type PQ PS 73.12 m²

7msq

7msq

7msq

7msq

7msq

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22

Plot W1.05 2B4P SO SJ 74 m²

Balcony 8 m²

Balcony 8 m²

Balcony 8 m²

Balcony 8 m²

21

? ?

Service riser

Plot E1.13 2B4P - Type PR PS 72.61 m²

Plot E1.12 2B4P - Type PJ PS 79.20 m²

Plot E1.11 2B4P - Type PJ PS 79.00 m²

Plot E1.10 1B2P - Type PI PS 59.56 m²

Plot E1.05 2B4P - Type PQ PS 74.29 m²

Balcony 9 m²

Riser

balcony 7sqm

5

Core 1

8

Core 2

Plot E1.15 2B4P - Type PQ PS 72.60 m²

AOV

Plot E1.06 2B4P - Type PR PS 77.46 m²

AOV

E Rsr

Plot E1.19 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.21 m²

Core 3

Service riser Private Terrace 8 m²

16 Plot E1.18 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.20 m²

Revision Schedule

Landscaped podium deck

Private Terrace 9 m²

balcony 5sqm

balcony 7sqm

Revisions following planners comments. Flat layouts revised to improve daylighting. Elevations updated follwing planners comments. Flat transferred from shared ownership to affordable tenure. Scale note added Some amenity areas added. Room areas added Key and notes added Planning Issue Description

Plot E1.08 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.09 m²

balcony 5sqm

Plot E1.03 2B4P - Type PD PS 71.70 m²

balcony 7sqm

Flexible employment space 593 sqm

02.08.16

F

Plot E1.16 1B2P - Type PM PS 50.65 m²

balcony 7sqm

Privacy screen G

17

Plot E1.17 1B2P - Type PU PS 50.47 m²

balcony 5sqm

Plot W1.10 1B2P AR AH 50 m²

balcony 7sqm

balcony 5sqm

balcony 7sqm

balcony 5sqm

Private Terrace 13 m²

Plot E1.02 2B4P - Type PN PS 74.43 m²

19

balcony 7sqm

3

Plot E1.01 2B4P - Type PN 11 PS 74.76 m²

Plot W1.07 2B4P SO SG 73 m²

balcony 7sqm

Private Terrace 11 m²

Balcony 7 m²

Core

Plot E1.09 1B2P - Type PU PS 51.29 m²

Balcony 7 m²

Plot W1.08 2B4P SO SF 71 m²

Plot W1.09 2B4P SO SE 73 m²

2

balcony 5sqm

12

18

13 14

project

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PLANNING

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1B2P 2B4P 3B5P AR SO PS WC

1B2P

First floor plan

1B2P WC 2B4P 3B5P Flexible employment space

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Private Terrace 17 m²

Private Terrace 9sqm

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Balcony 5sqm

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Plot W2.16 1B2P WC AR AJ 59 m²

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balcony 7sqm

Service riser

Plot E2.10 1B2P - Type PI PS 59.57 m²

Plot E2.06 2B4P - Type PR PS 77.95 m²

Plot E2.05 2B4P - Type PQ PS 75.12 m²

Plot E2.13 2B4P - Type PR PS 73.42 m²

Plot E2.14 2B4P - Type PQ PS 74.03 m²

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Plot E2.12 2B4P - Type PJ PS 79.20 m²

Plot E2.11 2B4P - Type PJ PS 79.00 m²

22

Balcony 9 m²

Plot W2.10 2B4P SO SJ 74 m²

13 14

Balcony 7 m²

Balcony 7 m²

Balcony 7 m²

balcony 5sqm

Core 4

21

Balcony 7sqm

15

Core 3

Revision Schedule

Core 2

Plot W2.09 1B2P SO SK 51 m²

Plot W2.07 Plot W2.08 3B5P 2B4P AR AR AG AC 91 m² 73 m²

Plot W2.06 1B2P WC AR AB 59 m²

Plot E2.15 2B4P - Type PQ PS 72.21 m²

AOV

key plan

Service riser

AOV Balcony 7 m2

Plot W2.05 2B4P WC AR AD 90 m²

Service riser

Plot E2.19 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.21 m²

AOV

Core 1

6

Plot E2.07 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.09 m²

Plot E2.04 1B2P - Type PP PS 50.22 m²

Plot E2.18 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.20 m²

balcony 7sqm

10

Flat layouts revised to improve daylighting. Elevations updated follwing planners comments. Units lost from 5th floor of private block. Adjustments to tenure of remaining units to maintain affordable/ private ratio. Flat transferred from shared ownership to affordable tenure. Scale note added Some amenity areas added. Minor adjustments to some deck accessed units to improve internal daylighting Room areas added Key and notes added Planning Issue Description

balcony 5sqm

JV

08/03/2016 AB

balcony 5sqm

09.05.16

G

Plot E2.08 1B2P - Type PF PS 52.09 m²

balcony 7sqm

Private Terrace 11 m²

H

balcony Revisions following planners 7sqm comments.

AOV

4

Plot W2.11 2B4P SO SH 73 m²

AB

balcony 7sqm

Plot W2.04 3B4P WC AR AF 98 m²

Balcony 5 m2

Balcony 5 m²

02.08.16

balcony 5sqm

Plot W2.15 1B2P AR AH 50 m²

I

balcony 7sqm

Private Terrace 10 m²

Balcony 7 m2

Balcony 5 m2

Plot W2.03 3B5P AR AE2 91 m²

16 Plot E2.03 2B4P - Type PD PS 71.27 m²

19 balcony 7sqm

17

Plot E2.17 1B2P - Type PU PS 50.29 m²

Plot E2.16 1B2P - Type PM PS 50.58 m²

Plot E2.02 2B4P - Type PN PS 73.84 m²

PS 74.76 m²

Balcony 7 m²

Plot W2.12 2B4P SO SG 73 m²

Balcony 5 m²

3

Plot E2.01

2B4P - Type PN 11

balcony 5sqm

Plot W2.13 2B4P SO SF 71 m²

Plot W2.14 2B4P SO SE 73 m²

balcony 7sqm

Plot W2.02 3B6P AR AE 98 m²

Balcony 7 m²

Balcony 7 m²

2

Plot E2.09 1B2P - Type PU PS 51.71 m²

balcony 5sqm

Core 5 12 18

Private Terrace 12 m²

Balcony 7 m²

project

156 WEST END LANE WEST HAMPSTEAD

7

title

SECOND FLOOR PLAN - WEST BUILDING

drawing status

PLANNING

scale

contract no.

1B2P 1B2P WC 2B4P 2B4P WC 3B4P WC 3B5P 3B6P 4B5P

1B2P 2B4P 3B5P AR SO PS WC

-

1 Bed 2 person flat 2 Bed 4 Person flat 3 Bed 5 person flat Affordable rented Shared ownership Private sale Wheelchair flat

Note: affordable rented wheelchair flats are fully adapted unless they are 'active elderly' in which case they are adaptable to wheelchair standards. All shared ownership wheelchair units are adaptable.

client ref.

1 : 250 @ A3

A2 DOMINION

drawn by

Author

project no.

13119

2.5

0

Scale 1:250

A

B

C

D

E

F

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2.5

5

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12.5m

date

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checked by

drawing number

Checker

PL(02)P022

cgl

revision

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Second floor plan

Drawing NTS

44

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DESIGN AND ACCESS STATEMENT ADDENDUM


4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 4.1 PROPOSED PLANS : 3RD & 4TH FLOOR PLANS NOTES

1

1B2P

-Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

timber screen

Plot W3.01 4B5P AR AH 116 m²

2B4P

Private Terrace 18 m²

17

12

18

GREEN ROOF

Private Terrace 12 m²

Plot W3.03 3B5P AR AE2 91 m²

Plot W3.12 1B2P SO SN 50 m²

Balcony 5 m²

Balcony 7 sqm

9

Plot W3.16 1B2P WC AR AJ 59 m²

02.08.16

AB

F

09.05.16

JV

E D C

21/12/2015 AB 16/12/2015 AB 15/12/2015 AB

Plot E3.02 2B4P - Type PS PS 71.83 m²

AB AB AB By

Balcony 7 m²

Service riser

Plot W3.07 2B4P AR AC 73 m²

Plot W3.08 3B5P AR AG 92 m²

Plot E3.05 1B2P - Type PI PS 59.73 m² balcony 7sqm

Plot E3.10 2B4P - Type PV PS 75.83 m²

AOV

8 Plot E3.03 2B4P - Type PQ PS 75.12 m²

Plot E3.09 2B4P - Type PQ PS 73.47 m²

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Plot E3.08 2B4P - Type PR PS 73.72 m²

Plot E3.07 2B4P - Type PJ PS 79.20 m²

Plot E3.06 2B4P - Type PJ PS 79.00 m²

Service riser

22 Plot W3.10 2B4P SO SJ 75 m²

Balcony 9 m²

13 14

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

16

Core 4

21

Plot W3.06 1B2P WC AR AB 59 m²

Private Terrace 35 m²

Core 3

key plan

Core 2

AOV

Plot W3.05 2B4P WC AR AD 90 m²

6

Plot E3.01 2B4P - Type PT PS 75.37 m²

AOV

Service riser

Plot W3.09 1B2P SO SK 51 m²

Private Terrace 29 m²

Plot E3.11 1B2P - Type PU PS 56.30 m²

Revision Schedule

Core 1 Balcony 7 m²

timber screen

Private Terrace 35 m²

Private Terrace 30 m²

Revisions following planners comments. Flat layouts revised to improve daylighting. Elevations updated follwing planners comments. Scale note added Some amenity areas added. Minor adjustments to some deck accessed units to improve internal daylighting Room areas added Key and notes added Planning Issue Description

AOV

5

Private Terrace 9 sqm

sr ER

iser h. R Mec

Balcony 5 m²

Balcony 5 sqm

Plot W3.11 1B2P SO SO 50 m²

G

B 10/12/15 A 19/11/15 13/11/15 Rev Date

15

20 Private Terrace 11 m²

timber screen

10

Bathroom 5 m²

Plot W3.04 3B4P WC AR AF 98 m²

4

GREEN ROOF

MONOPITCH STANDING SEAM METAL ROOF

Plot W3.13 19 1B2P SO SM 50 m² Balcony 7 m²

Plot W3.15 1B2P AR AH 50 m²

Balcony 5 m²

Private Terrace 10 m²

timber screen

11

Plot W3.14 1B2P SO SL 50 m²

Balcony 5 m²

3

Private Terrace 21 m²

balcony 7sqm

Private Terrace 26 m²

Plot W3.02 3B6P AR AE 98 m²

balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7 m²

2

project

156 WEST END LANE WEST HAMPSTEAD

7

title

THIRD FLOOR PLAN - WEST BUILDING drawing status

PLANNING

1B2P

Third floor plan

1B2P WC 2B4P 2B4P WC 3B4P WC 3B5P 3B6P 4B5P

1B2P 2B4P 3B5P AR SO PS WC

-

1 Bed 2 person flat 2 Bed 4 Person flat 3 Bed 5 person flat Affordable rented Shared ownership Private sale Wheelchair flat

scale

client ref.

date

drawn by

checked by

1 : 250 @ A3 G

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2.5

5

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12.5m

Scale 1:250

H

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N

P

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drawing number

13119

0

2.5

Note: affordable rented wheelchair flats are fully adapted unless they are 'active elderly' in which case they are adaptable to wheelchair standards. All shared ownership wheelchair units are adaptable.

Checker

revision

PL(03)P023

cgl

PG Child Graddon Lewis architects & designers

1B2P

Studio1 155 Commercial Street Spitalfields London E1 6BJ -Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. T: +44 (0) 20 7539 1200 -Subject to survey. F: +44 (0) 20 7539 1201 -Subject to site inspection. E: hq@cgluk.com -Site boundary lines are indicative only. www.cgluk.com

NOTES A

B

C

D

E

F

Plot W4.01 © Copyright Reserved. Child Graddon Lewis | architects & designers 4B5P AR AH 119 m²

1

contract no.

2B4P

Private Terrace 18 m²

17

12 18 Balcony 7 m² Kitchen 7 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

10

F

09.05.16

JV

9

E D C

21/12/2015 AB 16/12/2015 AB 15/12/2015 AB

Plot W4.11 1B2P SO SO 50 m²

B 10/12/15 A 19/11/15 13/11/15 Rev Date

AB AB AB By

Service riser

key plan

8

Core 2 AOV

AOV

Service riser

Plot E4.03 2B4P - Type PQ PS 75.05 m²

Plot E4.05 1B2P - Type PI PS 59.57 m²

Plot E4.06 2B4P - Type PJ PS 79.00 m²

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

Plot E4.07 2B4P - Type PJ PS 79.20 m²

Plot E4.08 2B4P - Type PR PS 72.61 m²

Plot E4.09 2B4P - Type PQ PS 74.60 m²

Balcony 7sqm

Balcony 7sqm

22

Plot W4.06 1B2P WC AR AB 59 m²

Plot W4.05 2B4P WC AR AD 92 m²

6

balcony 5sqm

Core 4 AOV

Plot W4.07 2B4P AR AC 73 m²

Plot W4.10 2B4P SO SJ 75 m²

13 14

balcony 7sqm

balcony 7sqm

balcony 7sqm

balcony 7sqm

Plot W4.09 1B2P SO SK 51 m²

Plot W4.08 3B5P AR AG 92 m²

balcony 9sqm

Balcony 7 m²

AOV

Core 3

21

Core 1

Plot E4.10 2B4P - Type PV PS 75.43 m²

Revision Schedule

Service riser

5

Plot E4.01 2B4P - Type PT PS 75.22 m²

Revisions following planners comments. Flat layouts revised to improve daylighting. Elevations updated follwing planners comments. Scale note added Some amenity areas added. Minor adjustments to some deck accessed units to improve internal daylighting Room areas added Key and notes added Planning Issue Description

balcony 7sqm

AB

20 15

Plot W4.16 1B2P WC AR AJ 59 m²

Private Terrace 10 m²

sr ER

iser h. R Mec

Balcony 5 m²

balcony 5sqm

4

02.08.16

balcony 9sqm

Plot W4.04 3B4P WC AR AF 98 m²

G

Plot E4.02 2B4P - Type PS PS 71.77 m²

Plot E4.11 1B2P - Type PU PS 54.42 m²

balcony 7sqm

Plot W4.12 1B2P SO SN 50 m²

Balcony 5 m²

balcony 7sqm

Plot W4.15 1B2P AR AH 50 m²

19

balcony 7sqm

Private Terrace 10 m²

Plot W4.13 1B2P SO SM 50 m²

balcony 7sqm

Plot W4.03 3B5P AR AE2 91 m²

balcony 5sqm

Balcony 5 m²

3

16

11

Plot W4.14 1B2P SO SL 50 m²

balcony 7sqm

Private Terrace 12 m²

balcony 7sqm

Plot W4.02 3B6P AR AE 98 m²

balcony 5sqm

2

project

156 WEST END LANE WEST HAMPSTEAD

7

title

FOURTH FLOOR PLAN - WEST BUILDING drawing status

PLANNING

1B2P 1B2P WC 2B4P 2B4P WC 3B4P WC 3B5P 3B6P 4B5P

1B2P 2B4P 3B5P AR SO PS WC

-

1 Bed 2 person flat 2 Bed 4 Person flat 3 Bed 5 person flat Affordable rented Shared ownership Private sale Wheelchair flat

Note: affordable rented wheelchair flats are fully adapted unless they are 'active elderly' in which case they are adaptable to wheelchair standards. All shared ownership wheelchair units are adaptable.

© Copyright Reserved. Child Graddon Lewis | architects & designers

contract no.

scale

client ref.

date

drawn by

checked by

1 : 250 @ A3

A2 DOMINION Author

project no.

13119

2.5

0

Scale 1:250

A

B

C

D

E

F

2.5

5

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12.5m

drawing number

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PL(04)P024

cgl

revision

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Fourth floor plan Drawing NTS

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4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 4.1 PROPOSED PLANS : 5TH FLOOR PLANS AND ROOF PLAN NOTES -Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

Plot W5.01 4B5P AR AH2 104 m²

1

2B4P

Private Terrace 25 m²

12 Private Terrace 5m2

18

2 Plot W5.02 3B5P AR AO 87 m²

roof light above

Private Terrace 14 m²

3

Private Terrace 10 m²

Private Terrace 13 m²

Plot W5.03 3B4P AR AO2 82 m²

11

Private Terrace 39 m²

balcony 5 sqm

Private Terrace 9 m²

Private Terrace 40 m²

Plot W5.13 2B4P SO SP 78 m²

16 19 Private Terrace 43 m²

10

Plot W5.122 1B2P SO SN2 52 m²

9

balcony 5 sqm

roof light above Riser

Plot W5.14 1B2P AR AK 54 m²

Private Terrace 8 m²

Service riser

AB

09.05.16

JV

Revisions following planners comments. Flat layouts revised to improve Plot E5.01 daylighting. Elevations updated follwing planners comments. 2B4P - Type PW Scale note added PS Some amenity areas added. 84.33 m² Room areas added Key and notes added Planning Issue Description

Core 1

8

Private Terrace 15 m²

Plot W5.07 2B4P AR AC2 71 m²

21

Shared Landscaped Terrace 420 m²

Plot E5.04 2B4P - Type PZ PS 89.44 m² Private Terrace 51 m²

Private Terrace 15 m²

Private Terrace 10 m²

22

13

Private Terrace 9 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

Private Terrace 13 m²

Private Terrace 10 m²

Plot W5.10 1B2P SO SQ 52 m²

Plot W5.099 1B2P SO SR 52 m²

Plot W5.08 3B4P AR AG2 79 m²

Plot E5.03 2B4P - Type PX PS 75.66 m²

Plot E5.02 2B4P - Type PY PS 78.91 m²

Bath Store

Plot W5.06 1B2P AR AB3 50 m²

Plot W5.05 2B3P WC AR AD2 76 m²

6

AOV

AOV

Core 3

key plan

Core 2

5 Private Terrace 15 m²

Service riser

Revision Schedule

20

AOV

r Rise

Access Deck

Plot W5.11 1B2P SO SO 51 m²

balcony 7 sqm

Private Terrace 14 m²

Plot W5.04 3B5P AR Private AO Terrace 87 m² 8 m²

02.08.16

E

D 21/12/2015 AB C 16/12/2015 AB B 10/12/15 AB A 19/11/15 AB 13/11/15 AB Rev Date By

15 4

F

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7

title

FIFTH FLOOR PLAN - WEST BUILDING drawing status

Fifth floor plan

PLANNING

1B2P 2B3P WC 2B4P 3B4P

1B2P 2B4P 3B5P AR SO PS

-

1 Bed 2 person flat 2 Bed 4 Person flat 3 Bed 5 person flat Affordable rented Shared ownership Private sale

contract no.

scale

client ref.

date

drawn by

checked by

1 : 250 @ A3

A2 DOMINION Author

project no.

13119

2.5

3B5P

0

Scale 1:250

4B5P

A

B

C

D

E

F

© Copyright Reserved. Child Graddon Lewis | architects & designers

2.5

5

10

12.5m

drawing number

11/05/15 Checker

PL(05)P025

cgl

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3

3

3

4

N

revision

PF

5 4

4 6 6

1 2 9

11 11 10 6

7

8 2 6

8

Legend: 1

6

Private terrace 5th floor

floor

7

- 5th floor Intensive green roof

8

floor roof Biodiverse roof - 5th

9

floor Architectural roof - 5th

Private terrace - 1st

2 3

- 3rd floor Intensive green roof

terraces - 3rd floor 4 Private

Roof landscape plan

11 PV Panels

First floor podium garden

roof 5 Architectural

- 2nd floor

roof

10 Brown roof

Drawing NTS

46

156 West End Lane | DESIGN AND ACCESS STATEMENT ADDENDUM

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DESIGN AND ACCESS STATEMENT ADDENDUM


B1T

78.600

B2 B2T

4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS

B3 G GB GBB R

Brick brick Brick brick Brick facing simila Brick brick Comp alumi Glass Blue g Grey

4.2 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : WEST END LANE (WEST) ELEVATION B

1

West Elevation - West End Lane 1.500 1 : 500

09. 05. 16

JV

A 10/ 12/ 15 13/ 11/ 15 Rev Date

AB AB

Rev key pl an

R

B2T

B1

B2

G

B2T

75.751

75.250

project

156 W EST EN WEST HAMPS title

ELEVATION ELEVATION

drawing status

PLANNING

contract no. client ref.

West End Lane (west) elevation

A2 DOMINION

WEST END LANE

drawn by

ACR

project no.

13119

3

dra

P

cg

West Elevation - West End Lane 1.250 - Colour 1 : 250

© Copyright Reserved. Child Graddon Lewis | architects & desi gners

West End Lane (west) elevation

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4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 4.2 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : SOUTH ELEVATION (West building)

South elevation (West building)

Glazed curved corner with views into flexible ground floor space

Startup business units

Community meeting room with spill out space onto central green courtyard

Potteries Path

Publicly accessible central green courtyard

Potteries Path (western end)

48

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DESIGN AND ACCESS STATEMENT ADDENDUM


4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 4.2 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : SOUTH ELEVATION (East building)

New roof terrace and reduced height

South elevation (East building)

Proposed apartments with private teraces onto Potteries Path

Potteries Path

Publicly accessible central green courtyard Potteries Path (eastern end)

The path has been widened to a continuous 3m wide shared path for cyclists and pedestrians. The path has been enhanced providing a more consistent slope than currently. Overall the proposal provides a legible and improved pedestrian and cycle link from West End Lane towards Crown Close in accordance with the Site Allocations document.

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4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 4.2 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : GROUND FLOOR (West building) CORNER WITH WEST END LANE AND POTTERIES PATH ELEVATION INCLUDING COMMUNITY ROOM

South elevation (typical bay)

Proposed view looking east along Potteries Path public space

Proposed view looking toward the south-western corner of the building along West End Lane

Glazed curved corner with views into flexible ground floor space

Startup business units

Ground floor elevation (west building)

50

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DESIGN AND ACCESS STATEMENT ADDENDUM

Community meeting room with spill out space onto central green courtyard

Publicly accessible central green courtyard


14 LYMINGTON RD

CENTRAL COURTYARD

est Elevation 1.500

4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS

C

09. 05. 16

B 10/ 12/ 15 A 19/ 11/ 15 13/ 11/ 15 Rev Date

4.2 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : COURTYARD ELEVATIONS (West , Link & East building) R

JV AB AB AB By

Minor amendments to window locations Heights added Drawing title amended Planning Issue Description

NOTES -Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

Revision Schedule key pl an

B2

MATERIALS KEY

74.50

B1 B1T B2 B2T

approx.

B3

64.93 G GB GBB R

project

B2T

Brick type 1 - Light red facing brick Brick type 1T - Light red facing brick in dog tooth bond or similar Brick type 2 - Medium red facing brick Brick type 2T - Medium red facing brick in dog tooth bond or similar Brick type 3 - Darker red facing brick Composite glazing with ppc aluminium facing Glass balcony balustrade Blue glazed brick Grey metal standing seam roof

156 W EST END LANE WEST HAMPSTEAD approx. title

56.76

ELEVATION - CENTRAL COURTYARD (EAST BUILDING)

CENTRAL COURTYARD

1

Central Courtyard - East Elevation 1.500 1 : 500

B1

G

GBB

10 LYMINGTON RD

drawing status

B2

PLANNING scale

3 Proposed view looking into central courtyard space client ref.

1

A2 DOMINION

PRIVATE MID BLOCK

drawn by

CENTRAL COURTYARD B2

As indicated @ A3

date

13119

B2T

JV AB AB AB By

Revisions following planners comments. Minor amendments to window locations Heights added 7 9 Drawing title amended Planning Issue Description

5 10/21/15

drawing number

Revision Schedule revision

PL(EL)P036

cgl

est Elevation 1.250 Colour

09.05.16

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75.08

AB

C

checked by

ACR

R

02.08.16

B 10/12/15 A 19/11/15 13/11/15 Rev Date

7

contract no.

West courtyard elevation (west building)

6

D

PC

key plan 17

Child Graddon Lewis architects & desi gners

17

11

Studio1 155 Commerc ial Street Spitalfields London E1 6BJ

11

11

T: +44 (0) 20 approx 7539 1200 F: +44 (0) 20 7539 1201 17 E: hq@cgluk.com 68.61 www.cgluk.com

17

15

65.95 17

10

11

17

project

156 WEST END LANE WEST HAMPSTEAD 13

title

12

14

GBB

B1

ELEVATION - CENTRAL COURTYARD (WEST BUILDING)

54.66

2

B2

14

16

drawing status

PLANNING

16 13

Proposed landscape plan for central courtyard space

East courtyard elevation (west building) CENTRAL COURTYARD

10 LYMINGTON RD

156 West End Lane | DESIGN AND ACCESS STATEMENT ADDENDUM

Central Courtyard - East Elevation 1.250 Colour

contract no.

scale

client ref.

date

drawn by

checked by

As indicated @ A3

A2 DOMINION Author

project no.

13119

drawing number

11/12/15 Checker

PL(EL)P037

August 2016 DESIGN AND ACCESS STATEMENT ADDENDUM

revision

PD

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4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 4.2 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : NORTH ELEVATION (East building north access route view)

REVISED PROPOSAL: view of north shared access route from west looking east.

52

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1

North Elevation - Lymington Rd view -

B

02.08.16

AB

A

09.05.16

JV

13/11/15 Rev Date

4.0 SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 1 : REVISED 500

AB By

Revisions following planners comments. Minor amendments to window locations Planning Issue Description

Revision Schedule key plan

4.2 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : NORTH ELEVATION (East & West building) R

B2

B2

GB

R

project

156 WEST END LANE WEST HAMPSTEAD

title

ELEVATION - NORTH ELEVATION (WEST BUILDING) drawing status

PLANNING

contract no.

scale

client ref.

date

drawn by

checked by

As indicated @ A3

A2 DOMINION

B1

2

G

B2

B2

ACR

?

project no.

13119

North elevation (East building)

North Elevation (West) Colour 1 : 250 2.5

0

Scale 1:250

ht Reserved. Child Graddon Lewis | architects & designers

2.5

5

10

12.5m

drawing number

11/04/15 Checker

PL(EL)P034

cgl

revision

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North elevation (West building)

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7

4.0 REVISED SCHEME PLANS & ELEVATIONS 13

4.2 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : EAST ELEVATION (East building) 11 17

Height of East building reduced by one storey

17 8 3

New vehicle crossover to West End Lane

11

1

Existing footpath improved

11

2

Shared street

Legend:

3

17

11

7

Lower ground floor courtyard

Climbers along existing boundary

PRIVATE GARDEN

New shrubs / landscaping

7

8

Raised planting to Lymington Road

Line of existing level of MUGA ( approx. 500mm higher)

No. 24

Proposed 2bed. apartment

13

Raised planters and seating

Potteries Path

Cycle store

11

14

15

Potteries Path

9

Line of existing wall to MUGA ( retained)

Existing trees within private gardens

Private terrace Existing brick wall (retained) approx. 2.9m high

Private garden MUGA (approx. 0.5m higher than site)

Revised Lower Ground Floor Plan (extract)

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4.2 PROPOSED ELEVATIONS : EAST ELEVATION (East building)

REVISED PROPOSAL: view from Crown Close play area looking west toward proposed development.

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5.0 APARTMENT QUALITY AND LAYOUTS 5.1 Housing Standards The residential spaces are designed to be compliant with the GLA’s Supplementary Housing Guidance (SPG) (2016), the DCLG’s National Technical Guidance, relevant parts of the Building Regulations, and Lifetime Homes. In addition, Camden’s local policies in relation to housing design - for example design of wheelchair housing, has been followed. To demonstrate that the proposals meet the required quality and performance standards an audit of the scheme against each criteria taken from the key design guidance set out below has been undertaken, the findings of which are provided in the appendices.

The proposed scheme complies with all relevant criteria of the National Technical Standards.

Building Regulations The Department for Communities and Local Government publishes guidance called ‘Approved Documents’ to meet building regulations. The scheme has been audited to comply with the mandatory building regulations as it applies to housing design for example fire safety (PartB), conservation of fuel and power (Part L), access and use of buildings (Part M).

Illustrations of compliance with key pantsof the guidance is set out in this section.

The proposed scheme complies with design stage audit for relevant building regulations approved documents.

Housing Supplementary Housing Guidance (SPG) (2016)

Lifetime Homes

The London Plan (LP) promotes design quality in all new homes to enhance and extend London’s architectural heritage and deliver higher design standards for everyone. The aim is to provide comfortable, safe, accessible, environmentally sustainable, and spacious enough to accommodate the changing needs of occupants throughout their lifetimes. The quality standards integrate key policies in the London Plan that have a bearing on design issues for all new housing, specifically Policy 3.5 Quality and Design of Housing Developments. The SPG notes that application of these standards through the planning system (as they are through the SPG) provide some flexibility. It is important that consideration should be given to these standards alongside achievement of other policies of the London Plan. In particular, regard should be taken to overall viability and the need to ensure an appropriate level of housing supply in changing economic circumstances.

Additional technical space standards

The Lifetime Homes Standard is a set of (largely unapparent) design criteria that provide a model for building accessible and adaptable homes. The Standard fits a concept called ‘inclusive design’ and is basically an inclusive design approach to general housing. The 16 Lifetime Homes design criteria make up the technical standard seeking to enable all housing to be convenient for a wide range of people, and also introduce some adaptability into the housing layout and design, so that simple adaptations can be carried out and the house can re-adapt to suit the changing needs of the household. All apartments within the scheme comply with all 16 Lifetime Homes design criteria.

The proposed scheme complies with all relevant criteria of the Housing SPG.

National Technical Standards The Government’s new national technical standards comprise new mandatory standards on security, additional ‘optional’ Building Regulations on water and access, and a new nationally described space standard. The Government is clear that local planning authorities should not set in their emerging Local Plans or supplementary planning documents any additional local technical standards or requirements relating to the construction, internal layout or performance of new dwellings.

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5.0 APARTMENT QUALITY AND LAYOUTS 5.2 Supplementary Housing Guidance Policy 3.5 Audit ‘The design of single aspect flats will need to demonstrate that all habitable rooms and the kitchen are provided with adequate ventilation, privacy and daylight and the orientation enhances amenity, including views. However, in applying this standard consideration should also be given to other planning and design objectives for a site, for example the aim to maximise active frontages and minimise inactive frontages.’

4B5P AR 116 m²

Core 5

Views east overlooking communal courtyard space.

3B6P AR 98 m²

2.3.40 Good single aspect one and two bedroom homes are possible where limited numbers of rooms are required, the frontage is generous, the plan is shallow, the orientation and or outlook is favourable, and care is taken to mitigate the potential for overheating without the need for mechanical cooling.

Courtyard

3B4P WC AR 98 m² 2B4P WC AR 90 m²

GLA Housing SPG, Policy 3.5

The overheating analysis indicates that all single aspect flats will not be subject to overheating due to the passive measures included in the design. An audit of the proposed single aspect units is summarised below:

Core 1

2B4P AR 73 m²

3B5P AR 91 m²

Views west / east overlooking central green space.

1

02 - Second Floor 1 : 500

2B4P PS 74 m²

2B4P PS 71 m²

1B2P PS 50 m²

1B2P PS 52 m²

Views west and east over communal courtyard

1B2P PS 50 m²

1B2P PS 52 m²

Good internal daylight levels

1B2P SO 51 m²

2B4P PS 75 m²

18.5 m approx

Core 3

2B4P PS 78 m²

2B4P PS 72 m²

Core 4

1B2P PS 60 m²

2B4P PS 79 m²

2B4P PS 73 m²

2B4P PS 79 m²

2B4P PS 74 m²

Views east over tree lines crown close open spaces

Views south overlooking Potteries Path and railway Shallow plan

Good internal daylight levels

Inset balcony provides additional solar shading

Shallow Plan

Good internal daylight levels

Inset balcony provides additional solar shading

1B2P PS 51 m²

1B2P PS 52 m² 1B2P PS 52 m²

Good internal daylight levels

Shallow plan

Shallow plan

Good internal daylight levels

Key Affordable Rent

Home as a place of retreat

Shared Ownership

Daylight and sunlight

Private Sale

Single Aspect flat

• there are no north facing or family sized single © Copyright Reserved. Child Graddon Lewis | architects & designers aspect units

• 72% of the single aspect units are one bedroom

Core 2

2B4P SO 73 m²

2B4P PS 75 m²

Views south overlooking Potteries Path and railway

• 65 out of 163 units are single aspect. This is consistent with new housing schemes in urban locations, for example recently consented similar schemes in Camden such as Liddell Road where 41% of units in Block C are single aspect, and 79 Camden Road 34% of units are single aspect.

• 46% of the single aspect units are south facing, 34% west and 20% east facing

2B4P SO 73 m²

1B2P AR 50 m² 1B2P WC AR 59 m²

18m approx

1B2P WC AR 59 m²

The design team have included dual aspect flats wherever possible however, in the situations where this has not been possible, single aspect flats have been carefully designed to minimise plan depth, provide good views over green spaces and provide adequate levels of internal daylighting and privacy. Almost three quarters of all single aspect flats are 1 bedroom, and just under half are south facing. There are no family sized or north facing single aspect units. All have good views over communal or public open spaces and none are in close proximity to minimise any impact on privacy.

Good internal daylight levels for W2 .15Communal

3B5P AR 91 m²

2B4P SO 71 m²

2B4P SO 73 m²

1B2P PS 52 m²

Standard 32 - All homes should provide for direct sunlight to enter at least one habitable room for part of the day. Living areas and kitchen dining spaces should preferably receive direct sunlight.

Home as a place of retreat

2.3.47 BRE guidelines on assessing daylight and sunlight should be applied sensitively to higher density development in London, particularly in central and urban settings, recognising the London Plan’s strategic approach to optimise housing output (Policy 3.4) and the need to accommodate additional housing supply in locations with good accessibility suitable for higher density development (Policy 3.3). Quantitative standards on daylight and sunlight should not be applied rigidly, without carefully considering the location and context and standards experienced in broadly comparable housing typologies in London.

Standard 28 - Design proposals should demonstrate how habitable rooms within each dwelling are provided with an adequate level of privacy in relation to neighbouring property, the street and other public spaces. *3 Dual aspect 5

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Standard 29 Developments should minimise the Scale 1:500 number of single aspect dwellings. Single aspect dwellings that are north facing, or exposed to noise levels above which significant adverse effects on health and quality of life occur, or which contain three or more bedrooms should be avoided.

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Shared Circulation Standard 12 - Each core should be accessible to generally no more than eight units on each floor. Standard 13 - An access core serving 4 or more dwellings should provide an access control system with entry phones in all dwellings linked to a main front door with electronic lock release. Unless a 24 hour concierge is provided, additional security measures including audio-visual verification to the access control system should be provided where any of the following apply:

Core 01 10 flats accessed on 2nd flr

Core 04

9 flats on 3rd - 5th 5 flats on 1st Two lifts for wheelchair accessibility 24 Hour on site Concierge with audio - visual entry phone system provided

more than 25 dwellings are served by one core, or the potential occupancy of the dwellings served by one core exceeds 100 bed spaces,or more than 8 dwellings are provided per floor. Standard 14 - Where dwellings are accessed via an internal corridor, the corridor should receive natural light and adequate ventilation where possible.

Core 05

8 flats accessed on 1st - 2nd Flr

2 flats accessed on 1st -2nd flr

5 flats on 3rd - 4th

24 Hour on site Concierge with audio - visual entry phone system provided

Two lifts for wheelchair accessibility

4B5P AR 116 m²

24 Hour on site Concierge with audio - visual entry phone system provided

Core 5

2B4P SO 73 m²

3B6P AR 98 m² 3B5P AR 91 m²

Standard 16 - It is desirable that every wheelchair user dwelling is served by more than one lift.

2B4P SO 71 m²

3B4P WC AR 98 m² 2B4P WC AR 90 m²

1B2P WC AR 59 m²

Core 2

Core 1 1B2P WC AR 59 m²

2B4P AR 73 m²

3B5P AR 91 m²

2B4P PS 74 m²

2B4P SO 73 m²

1B2P AR 50 m²

Communal Courtyard

2B4P PS 75 m²

2B4P SO 73 m²

1B2P PS 52 m² 2B4P PS 71 m²

1B2P PS 50 m²

1B2P PS 52 m² Core 3

1B2P SO 51 m²

2B4P PS 78 m²

1B2P PS 51 m²

1B2P PS 52 m² 1B2P PS 52 m²

1B2P PS 52 m²

2B4P PS 72 m²

Core 4

Ventilated internal corridor 2B4P PS 75 m²

1B2P PS 50 m²

Ventilated and window into internal corridor

1B2P PS 60 m²

2B4P PS 79 m²

2B4P PS 79 m²

2B4P PS 73 m²

2B4P PS 74 m²

Ventilated internal corridor

Core 03 8 flats accessed on 1st flr

1

02 - Second Floor 1 : 500

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7 flats 2nd flr

6 flats accessed on 1st - 4th flr

6 flats on 3rd - 4th

4 flats on 5th

4 flats on 5th flr

Two lifts for wheelchair accessibility

Two lifts for wheelchair accessibility

24 Hour on site Concierge with audio - visual entry phone system provided

24 Hour on site Concierge with audio - visual entry phone system provided


5.0 APARTMENT QUALITY AND LAYOUTS

Affordable Rented - Type AE - 3B5P - M4(2) 1 : 100 GIA - 91m²

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1

Level Access

5.3 Apartment Layouts

FOURTH FLOOR KEY PLAN

2480

1500

Private Terrace Not Enclosed

200

475

Level threshold access

1500

1500 1963

Transfer space

AFFORDABLE RENTED TYPE AA - 1B2P Affordable NIA - 65m² Rented - Type AA - 1B2P - WC Fully Adapted - M4(3) 1 : 100 GIA - 59m²

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Circulation space Entrance level living space

1500

Bedroom 1Entrance level shower and drainage 16.5sq.m

348

1200

WC and bathroom walls Balcony 5 m²

Stairs and potential floor lift in dwelling A potential for fitting hoists and bedroom / bathroom

Bedroom 15 m²

1200

18.3sq.m

1200

Potential for entrance level bed space Living/Dining

1200

1100

2580

1500

2400 Bath 6 m²

1700

1700

1800 1500

Internal doorways and hallways

Store 3 m²

Store 16 m²

301 WC 4 m²

1200

1500

Living/ Dining 24 m²

Bedroom 9 m²

2600

Bathroom 5.4sq.m

311

Store 1.8sq.m

A 1 G

1500

2009

1500

Store Communal Stairs and Lifts 0.7sq.m

3

2370

1303

Entrances

2

Level access threshold

AA

AF

200

Approach to all entrances

2B4P KEY AR PLAN 72.77 m² Type AC

Core 2

300

Approach to dwelling from parking

Bath 7 m²

Service riser

2711

Floor to ceiling heights

Lifetime Homes

483

3B4P WC AR 1700 98.03 m² Type AF

Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 24 m²

Standard 28 - Design proposals should demonstrate how habitable rooms within Planted Buffer Planted Buffer each dwelling are provided with an adequate level of privacy in relation to neighbouring property, the street and other public spaces.

Bedroom 2 12.3sq.mParking

Transfer space

1100

2400

Home as a place of retreat

Kitchen

3675

1500

Standard 27 - The minimum depth and width for all balconies and other private external spaces should be 1500mm

Standard 31 – A minimum8.8sq.m ceiling height of 2.5 metres for at least 75% of the gross internal area is strongly encouraged.

483

315

Private open space Standard 26 - A minimum of sq.m of private outdoor space should be provided for 1-2 person dwellings and an extra 1sq.m should be provided for each additional occupant.

Level Access

1500

2600

Each apartment has been audited against the key design criteria defining quality as set out in the National Technical Standards , the GLA’s Housing SPG Policy 3.5 ‘Housing Quality’ and Lifetime Homes. A summary of the main spatial parameters are listed in the tables on each page. A full breakdown of the all design criteria is set out in appendix 2.

1200

Bedroom 13 m²

Standard 25- Dwelling plans should demonstrate that dwellings will accommodate the furniture, access and activity space requirements relating to the declared level of occupancy and the furniture schedule set out in Approved Document Part M.

Layouts for all apartment types are provided in appendix 3.

1200

1200

Standard 24 - All new dwellings should meet the nationally described space standards.

1800

HOUSING SPG STANDARDS Dwelling space standards

1700

1200 1500

Store 2 m²

This section provides details of specific apartments which have been amended to respond to feedback from LBC planning officers. Some of these apartments have been ameded as a consequence other changes to the proposals, for example revisions to the design of the facade or cores.

1500

1200

Bedroom 9 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

1425

Bathrooms Glazing and window handle heights Location of service controls Balcony 7 m²

Level access threshold Level access

1

Affordable Rented - Type AC - 2B4P - M4(2) 1 : 100 GIA - 73m²

AFFORDABLE RENTED FAMILY TYPE AF - 3B5P NIA - 72m²

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Standard 24 - All new dwellings should meet the nationally described space standards. Standard 25- Dwelling plans should demonstrate that dwellings will accommodate the furniture, access and activity space requirements relating to the declared level of occupancy and the furniture schedule set out in Approved Document Part M.

Private Terrace 18 m²

Private open space

4B5P AR 115.84 m² Type AH

Standard 26 - A minimum of sq.m of private outdoor space should be provided for 1-2 person dwellings and an extra 1sq.m should be provided for each additional occupant.

3B5P AR 90.78 m² Type AE2

Standard 27 - The minimum depth and width for all balconies and other private external spaces should be 1500mm

Home as a place of retreat Standard 28 - Design proposals should demonstrate how habitable rooms within each dwelling are provided with an adequate level of privacy in relation to neighbouring property, the street and other public spaces.

Balcony 7 m²

Floor to ceiling heights Standard 31 – A minimum ceiling height of 2.5 metres for at least 75% of the gross internal area is strongly encouraged.

Lifetime Homes Parking Approach to dwelling from parking Approach to all entrances Entrances Communal Stairs and Lifts

1

Internal doorways and hallways Circulation space Entrance level living space

AFFORDABLE RENTED FAMILY FLAT TYPE AH - 4B5P FULLY ADAPTED FOR WHEELCHAIR USE (COMPLIANT PART M4 (3) AND CAMDEN WHEELCHAIR HOUSING DESIGN GUIDE) Affordable - WITH Type APPROVED AH - 4B5PDOCUMENT - M4(2) 1 : -100 NIA 115m² GIA - 115m² Transfer space

Potential for entrance level bed space Entrance level shower and drainage WC and bathroom walls 1800

Bathrooms

1200

Bedroom 16 m²

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Kitche 9 m²

1800

Hall 8 m²

KEY PLAN Living/ Dining 24 m²

1200

1500

Store 3 m²

1200

Location of service controls

3608

1084

350

Glazing and window handle heights

1720

Bath 6 m²

1100

AH

Level access threshold Balcony 5 m²

1800

A potential for fitting hoists and bedroom / bathroom

1500

Stairs and potential floor lift in dwelling

Balcony 7 m²

Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 23 m²

Bedroom 13 m²

Bath 5 m²


5.0 APARTMENT QUALITY AND LAYOUTS 1B2P SO 50.76 m² Type SD

5.3 Apartment Layouts HOUSING SPG STANDARDS Dwelling space standards Standard 24 - All new dwellings should meet the nationally described space standards.

1B2P WC PS 60.38 m² Type PE

Level access threshold

Standard 25- Dwelling plans should demonstrate that dwellings will accommodate the furniture, access and activity space requirements relating to the declared level of occupancy and the furniture schedule set out in Approved Document Part M.

Level access threshold

Private Terrace 11 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

Private Terrace 11 m²

100 1800

1440

Home as a place of retreat

Transfer space

2625

1800

1440

1700

730 1100

Store 2 m²

1200

1500

Bath 4 m²

3070

1500

Approach to dwelling from parking

1200

Hall 3 m²

Bedroom 13 m²

1500

Living/ Dining/ 27 m² Bedroom 12 m² Bedroom 12 m²

1200 Private Terrace 14 m²

1200

Approach to all entrances Entrances Communal Stairs and Lifts Private Terrace 10 m²

Internal doorways and hallways Circulation space Entrance level living space Potential for entrance level bed space Entrance level shower and drainage WC and bathroom walls Stairs and potential floor lift in dwelling A potential for fitting hoists and bedroom / bathroom Bathrooms Glazing and window handle heights Location of service controls

Store 2 m²

Hall 3 m²

Bedroom 13 m²

1200 1200

Parking

Store 2 m²

Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 35 m²

Shower

3241

Lifetime Homes

Bath 4 m² Store 2 m²

Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 35 m²

649

1200

3241

Standard 31 – A minimum ceiling height of 2.5 metres for at least 75% of the gross internal area is strongly encouraged.

Bath 5 m²

649

649

1500 730

1700

Floor to ceiling heights

Bath 5 m²

1200

1100

Private Terrace 11 m²

2494

649

Shower Transfer space 3070

Standard 28 - Design proposals should demonstrate how habitable rooms within each dwelling are provided with an adequate level of privacy in relation to neighbouring property, the street and other public spaces.

Private Terrace 11 m²

2625

Standard 27 - The minimum depth and width for all balconies and other private external spaces should be 1500mm

Private Terrace 11 m²

2494100

1500

Standard 26 - A minimum of sq.m of private outdoor space should be provided for 1-2 person dwellings and an extra 1sq.m should be provided for each additional occupant.

1500

Private open space

1B2P WC PS 60.38 m² Type PE

Private Terrace 14 m²

Private Terrace 10 m²

Level threshold access

PrivateOWNERSHIP - Type PE FLAT - 1B2P WCSCAdapted - M4(3) Private - Type PE OWNERSHIP - 1B2P M4(2) Shared Ownership - Type SD - 1B2P - M threshold access SHARED TYPE - 1B2P Level SHARED FLAT TYPE SC - 1B2P 1 : 100 FOR WHEELCHAIR USE (EXAMPLE 1 : 100 ADAPTABLE FOR WHEELCHAIR USE 1 : 100 ADAPTABLE Private - Type PE - 1B2P WC Adapted - M4(3) Private - Type PE - 1B2P M4(2) Shared Ownership - Type SD SHOWN ADAPTED) NIA 60m² 1 : 100 1 : 100 GIA - 61m² 1 : 100 GIA - 61m² NIA 60m² M4(2) - wheelchair adaptable and accessible KEY PLAN M4(2) - wheelchair adaptable and accessible GIA -adapted) 61m² GIA -not 61m² dwelling (shown dwelling (shown adapted) M4(2) - wheelchair adaptable and accessible M4(2) - wheelchair adaptable and accessible dwelling (shown adapted) dwelling (shown not adapted) © Copyright Reserved. Child Graddon Lewis | architects & designers

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5.0 APARTMENT QUALITY AND LAYOUTS 5.3 Apartment Layouts HOUSING SPG STANDARDS Dwelling space standards Standard 24 - All new dwellings should meet the nationally described space standards. Standard 25- Dwelling plans should demonstrate that dwellings will accommodate the furniture, access and activity space requirements relating to the declared level of occupancy and the furniture schedule set out in Approved Document Part M.

Private open space Standard 26 - A minimum of sq.m of private outdoor space should be provided for 1-2 person dwellings and an extra 1sq.m should be provided for each additional occupant. Standard 27 - The minimum depth and width for all balconies and other private external spaces should be 1500mm

Bedroom 12 m²

Bedroom 12 m² Bath 4 m²

Home as a place of retreat Standard 28 - Design proposals should demonstrate how habitable rooms within each dwelling are provided with an adequate level of privacy in relation to neighbouring property, the street and other public spaces.

Bedroom 12 m²

Bedroom 12 m²

Hall 6 m²

En-suite 4 m²

Bath 4 m²

Hall 5 m²

En-suite 4 m²

Store 1 m²

Floor to ceiling heights Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 29 m²

Standard 31 – A minimum ceiling height of 2.5 metres for at least 75% of the gross internal area is strongly encouraged.

Store 2 m² Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 31 m²

Lifetime Homes Parking Approach to dwelling from parking Approach to all entrances

Private Terrace 9 m²

Private Terrace 18 m²

Entrances Communal Stairs and Lifts Internal doorways and hallways Circulation space Entrance level living space Potential for entrance level bed space Entrance level shower and drainage

PRIVATE SALE FLAT TYPE PC - 2B4P NIA - 71m²

PRIVATE SALE FLAT TYPE PD - 2B4P NIA - 74m²

WC and bathroom walls Stairs and potential floor lift in dwelling A potential for fitting hoists and bedroom / bathroom Bathrooms Glazing and window handle heights

KEY PLAN

Location of service controls

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PD


Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 37 m²

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Balcony 7 m²

1

C

17. 0

B A

20. 0 25/ 0

key pl an

Private - Type PN - 2B4P 1 : 100 GIA - 75m² wardrobe

Standard 25- Dwelling plans should demonstrate that dwellings will accommodate the furniture, access and activity space requirements relating to the declared level of occupancy and the furniture schedule set out in Approved Document Part M.

08. 0 25. 0

26/ 0 Rev

HOUSING SPG STANDARDS Dwelling space standards Standard 24 - All new dwellings should meet the nationally described space standards.

E D

Private open space Standard 26 - A minimum of sq.m of private outdoor space should be provided for 1-2 person dwellings and an extra 1sq.m should be provided for each additional occupant.

Bath 4 m²

Bedroom 13 m² Hall 4 m²

Standard 27 - The minimum depth and width for all balconies and other private external spaces should be 1500mm

Bath 4 m²

Home as a place of retreat

Store 2 m²

Bath 4 m²

Store 2 m² Bedroom 12 m²

Store 2 m²

Bedroom 12 m²

project

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Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 24 m²

Standard 28 - Design proposals should demonstrate how habitable rooms within each dwelling are provided with an adequate level of privacy in relation to neighbouring property, the street and other public spaces.

Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 30 m²

Floor to ceiling heights

Living/ Dining/ Kitchen 30 m²

title

FLAT

Balcony 7 m² Balcony 5 m²

Balcony 5 m²

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Standard 31 – A minimum ceiling height of 2.5 metres for at least 75% of the gross internal area is strongly encouraged.

PLANN

contract no. client ref.

A2 DO

Lifetime Homes

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Parking

project no.

Author

13119

Approach to dwelling from parking Approach to all entrances Entrances Communal Stairs and Lifts

2

Private - Type PF - 1B2P 1 : 100 GIA - 52m²

PRIVATE SALE FLAT TYPE PF - 1B2P NIA - 52m²

3

c

Private - Type PP - 1B2P PRIVATE 1 : 100 SALE FLAT TYPE PP - 1B2P NIA --53m² GIA 50m²

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Entrance level living space

Potential for entrance level bed space Entrance level shower and drainage WC and bathroom walls Stairs and potential floor lift in dwelling A potential for fitting hoists and bedroom / bathroom Bathrooms Glazing and window handle heights Location of service controls

KEY PLAN

PF

PF

PP

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5.0 REVISED SCHEME : CONCLUSIONS

6 Conclusions

A summary of the revised scheme responding to feedback from planning officers & GLA

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This Addendum Design and Access Statement is submitted as a supplement to the Design and Access Statement submitted on behalf of A2 Dominion Development Ltd. as part of the planning application

reductions in scale, bulk and height. The proposals are designed with sensitivity to views and privacy through a structured landscaping proposal providing green buffers and locations of windows.

for the redevelopment of the site at 156 West End Lane. The document is a summary of the design amendments made to the proposals following post submission responses and subsequent consultation and feedback with the both the GLA and LBC. The Proposed Development is an exciting proposal consisting of a residential led redevelopment of a former builders yard and redundant office block. Located in a prominent position on West End Lane and in close proximity to three stations, the site provides an excellent opportunity for a residential led scheme in an accessible town centre location. This area of West Hampstead is undergoing some significant changes, and is identified as a housing intensification and growth area with recently consented schemes being brought forward on a number of local sites including Liddell Road and West Hampstead Square. The proposed redevelopment of 156 West End Lane is envisaged to contribute to the creation of much needed new housing and employment spaces. The public realm that will be delivered alongside the buildings will create a high quality environment for visitors and residents. At the heart of the site, a public open space is formed by the enclosure of the two buildings accessed from a redesigned public path which will be enhanced to provide a safer more attractive east / west route for pedestrians and cyclists. The central landscaped green space will become a haven within the West Hampstead providing a welcome retreat from the busy streets. The curved forms of the landscape takes its lead from the dynamic forms of the building, creating a setting that compliments and defines a series of quieter courtyard spaces. The design team have taken great care and tested several options in reaching the revised proposals. The revised scheme is consistent in scale and character to the local townscape setting and character and steps down in height from west to east with a maximum of six storeys. The design has developed through collaboration with design and conservation officers and in response to feedback from key stakeholders. Extensive analysis and assessment of local environmental impacts has been undertaken, in particular to the properties along Lymington Road and the Crown Close play area to the east. This has led to substantial

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The revised submitted proposals are well within the scale, bulk and proximity parameters for an urban context. In addition, the views analysis demonstrates that harm is not caused to the setting or views from West End Green Conservation area. The proposals create a contemporary mansion block which sits comfortably alongside West Hampstead’s Edwardian buildings, and in particular take cues from local mansion block architecture. The West End Lane elevation is designed to be closely associated with Canterbury Mansions in scale, rhythm, proportion, and materiality. The southern elevations carry through this character and detailing, adding changes to create variety moving from west to east. The whole development avoids a homogenous approach in its design, whilst at the same time creating continuity to present a comprehensive and consistent design approach. Due to its prominent location, the proposed development offers an opportunity to become a gateway into West End Lane and a destination within this part of West Hampstead. The proposal therefore recognises the importance of defining this site as a location and in doing so creating a strong setting. A key feature of the design is the treatment of the corner element which takes its cue from the similar mansion blocks along West End Lane. Activated ground floor frontages with an emphasis on towns centre uses, affordable startup spaces and a community room alongside front doors and gardens to the residential spaces will create a lively perimeter and will enliven what is currently an unattractive builders yard. The high quality materials and detailing for the building will extend outwards to the perimeter of the site where the enhanced public path will provide a safer, more attractive and comfortable level access and reduced vehicular movements and drop-offs than currently exists. A considered and restrained palette of materials is used to complement the Edwardian character of West End Lane and the wider neighbourhood including the adjacent conservation areas. The use of a simple palette of materials across the whole site seeks to ensure that there is a visual continuity and strong identity for this strategic site. This is further enhanced by significant area of soft landscaping including several trees creating a new link with the existing wildlife corridor along the railway embankment.

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Benefits of Proposed Scheme The proposed development will deliver significant benefits in the form of: • 50% affordable housing; • Family sized affordable rented housing; • High quality housing that is fully accessible and adaptable offering a choice of accommodation for a wide variety of households; • A new public green space; • A safer, more attractive public route for pedestrian and cyclists; • A new community meeting room; • A variety of employment spaces including flexible commercial space, startup business units and flexible work space; • A highly sustainable building which minimises energy use, carbon emissions through a district energy system, on site energy production through a combination of PV and use of CHP plant and adopts sustainable drainage strategies; • A car free development with substantially reduced vehicle movements into and from the site than currently exists reducing local pollution and traffic; • A substantial improvement to the ecological value of the site through a bio diverse landscaping strategy and variety of tree species; • Replacement of an unattractive building with one which is designed to be consistent with West Hampstead’s local architecture in relation to use, scale, character and architectural expression; • Active ground floor uses throughout the site e creating a secure and animated environment. In bringing forward the above benefits the proposed scheme meets the objectives of local, National and London wide policies in relation to high quality residential led scheme within central London.


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APPENDIX 01 DETAILED AREA AND ACCOMMODATION SCHEDULE NOTES Residential Accommodation schedule Plot

Unit Size

Affordable Rent 01 - First Floor - West W1.01 1B2P WC W1.02 2B4P W1.03 3B5P W1.10 1B2P W1.11 1B2P 5

Unit Type

AB AC AG AH AH

02 - Second Floor - West W2.01 4B5P AH W2.02 3B6P AE W2.03 3B5P AE2 W2.04 3B4P WC AF W2.05 2B4P WC AD W2.06 1B2P WC AB W2.07 2B4P AC W2.08 3B5P AG W2.15 1B2P AH W2.16 1B2P WC AJ 10

58 m² 73 m² 92 m² 50 m² 50 m² 323 m²

116 m² 98 m² 91 m² 98 m² 90 m² 59 m² 73 m² 91 m² 50 m² 59 m² 825 m²

03 - Third Floor - West W3.01 4B5P W3.02 3B6P W3.03 3B5P W3.04 3B4P WC W3.05 2B4P WC W3.06 1B2P WC W3.07 2B4P W3.08 3B5P W3.15 1B2P W3.16 1B2P WC 10

AH AE AE2 AF AD AB AC AG AH AJ

116 m² 98 m² 91 m² 98 m² 90 m² 59 m² 73 m² 92 m² 50 m² 59 m² 825 m²

04 - Fourth Floor - West W4.01 4B5P W4.02 3B6P W4.03 3B5P W4.04 3B4P WC W4.05 2B4P WC W4.06 1B2P WC W4.07 2B4P W4.08 3B5P W4.15 1B2P W4.16 1B2P WC 10

AH AE AE2 AF AD AB AC AG AH AJ

119 m² 98 m² 91 m² 98 m² 92 m² 59 m² 73 m² 92 m² 50 m² 59 m² 831 m²

05 - Fifth Floor - West W5.01 4B5P W5.02 3B5P W5.03 3B4P W5.04 3B5P W5.05 2B3P WC W5.06 1B2P W5.07 2B4P W5.08 3B4P W5.14 1B2P 9 44

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Area

AH2 AO AO2 AO AD2 AB3 AC2 AG2 AK

104 m² 87 m² 82 m² 87 m² 76 m² 50 m² 71 m² 79 m² 54 m² 691 m² 3494 m²

Residential Accommodation schedule Plot

Unit Size

Unit Type

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Private Sale -1 - Lower Ground - East E-1.04 1B2P WC PE E-1.08 1B2P WC PA E-1.09 1B2P WC PA 3

60 m² 61 m² 61 m² 183 m²

00 - Ground Floor - East E0.01 2B4P E0.02 2B4P E0.03 2B4P E0.04 1B2P E0.05 1B2P E0.06 1B2P E0.07 2B4P E0.08 1B2P E0.09 1B2P E0.10 2B4P E0.11 2B4P E0.12 2B4P E0.13 2B4P E0.14 2B4P E0.15 1B2P E0.16 1B2P E0.17 1B2P E0.18 1B2P 18

71 m² 71 m² 74 m² 51 m² 52 m² 52 m² 73 m² 54 m² 56 m² 75 m² 75 m² 68 m² 73 m² 72 m² 52 m² 50 m² 52 m² 52 m² 1123 m²

PC PC PD PU PF PF PG PH PI PJ PJ PR PQ PL PM PU PF PF

01 - First Floor - East E1.01 2B4P E1.02 2B4P E1.03 2B4P E1.04 1B2P E1.05 2B4P E1.06 2B4P E1.07 1B2P E1.08 1B2P E1.09 1B2P E1.10 1B2P E1.11 2B4P E1.12 2B4P E1.13 2B4P E1.14 2B4P E1.15 2B4P E1.16 1B2P E1.17 1B2P E1.18 1B2P E1.19 1B2P 19

PN PN PD PP PQ PR PF PF PU PI PJ PJ PR PQ PQ PM PU PF PF

02 - Second Floor - East E2.01 2B4P E2.02 2B4P E2.03 2B4P E2.04 1B2P E2.05 2B4P E2.06 2B4P E2.07 1B2P E2.08 1B2P E2.09 1B2P E2.10 1B2P E2.11 2B4P E2.12 2B4P E2.13 2B4P E2.14 2B4P E2.15 2B4P E2.16 1B2P E2.17 1B2P E2.18 1B2P E2.19 1B2P 19

PN PN PD PP PQ PR PF PF PU PI PJ PJ PR PQ PQ PM PU PF PF

75 m² 74 m² 72 m² 50 m² 74 m² 77 m² 52 m² 52 m² 51 m² 60 m² 79 m² 79 m² 73 m² 73 m² 73 m² 51 m² 50 m² 52 m² 52 m² 1220 m²

Plot

Unit Size

03 - Third Floor - East E3.01 2B4P E3.02 2B4P E3.03 2B4P E3.04 2B4P E3.05 1B2P E3.06 2B4P E3.07 2B4P E3.08 2B4P E3.09 2B4P E3.10 2B4P E3.11 1B2P 11

Unit Type

PT PS PQ PR PI PJ PJ PR PQ PV PU

04 - Fourth Floor - East E4.01 2B4P E4.02 2B4P E4.03 2B4P E4.04 2B4P E4.05 1B2P E4.06 2B4P E4.07 2B4P E4.08 2B4P E4.09 2B4P E4.10 2B4P E4.11 1B2P 11 05 - Fifth Floor - East E5.01 2B4P E5.02 2B4P E5.03 2B4P E5.04 2B4P 4 85

PT PS PQ PR PI PJ PJ PR PQ PV PU

PW PY PX PZ

Area

75 m² 72 m² 75 m² 77 m² 60 m² 79 m² 79 m² 74 m² 73 m² 76 m² 56 m² 797 m²

75 m² 72 m² 75 m² 78 m² 60 m² 79 m² 79 m² 73 m² 75 m² 75 m² 54 m² 794 m²

84 m² 79 m² 76 m² 89 m² 328 m² 5667 m²

Residential Accommodation schedule Plot

Unit Size

Unit Type

Shared Ownership -1 - Lower Ground - East E-1.01 1B2P SB E-1.02 1B2P SB E-1.03 1B2P WC SC E-1.05 1B2P SC E-1.06 1B2P SD E-1.07 2B4P PB 6 01 - First Floor - West W1.04 1B2P W1.05 2B4P W1.06 2B4P W1.07 2B4P W1.08 2B4P W1.09 2B4P 6

SJ SJ SH SG SF SE

02 - Second Floor - West W2.09 1B2P SK W2.10 2B4P SJ W2.11 2B4P SH W2.12 2B4P SG W2.13 2B4P SF W2.14 2B4P SE 6

Area

55 m² 55 m² 61 m² 61 m² 51 m² 79 m² 360 m²

51 m² 74 m² 73 m² 73 m² 71 m² 73 m² 414 m²

51 m² 74 m² 73 m² 73 m² 71 m² 73 m² 413 m²

Residential Accommodation schedule - Totals Unit Size

Count

Affordable Rent 1B2P 1B2P WC 2B3P WC 2B4P 2B4P WC 3B4P 3B4P WC 3B5P 3B6P 4B5P 44

7 7 1 5 3 2 3 9 3 4

Private Sale 1B2P 1B2P WC 2B4P 85

31 3 51

1643 m² 183 m² 3841 m² 5667 m²

20 1 14

1031 m² 61 m² 1032 m² 2124 m² 11285 m²

Shared Ownership 1B2P 1B2P WC 2B4P 35 164

SK SJ SO SN SM SL

04 - Fourth Floor - West W4.09 1B2P W4.10 2B4P W4.11 1B2P W4.12 1B2P W4.13 1B2P W4.14 1B2P 6

SK SJ SO SN SM SL

51 m² 75 m² 50 m² 50 m² 50 m² 50 m² 327 m²

SQ SO SP SR SN2

52 m² 51 m² 78 m² 52 m² 52 m² 284 m² 2124 m² 11285 m²

51 m² 75 m² 50 m² 50 m² 50 m² 50 m² 326 m²

-Do not scale from this drawing, except for planning purposes. -Check all dimensions on site. -Subject to survey. -Subject to site inspection. -Site boundary lines are indicative only.

NIA

354 m² 414 m² 76 m² 363 m² 272 m² 161 m² 294 m² 813 m² 293 m² 455 m² 3494 m²

Gross Internal Area

03 - Third Floor - West W3.09 1B2P W3.10 2B4P W3.11 1B2P W3.12 1B2P W3.13 1B2P W3.14 1B2P 6

05 - Fifth Floor - West W5.10 1B2P W5.11 1B2P W5.13 2B4P W5.099 1B2P W5.122 1B2P 5 35 164

75 m² 74 m² 71 m² 50 m² 75 m² 78 m² 52 m² 52 m² 52 m² 60 m² 79 m² 79 m² 73 m² 74 m² 72 m² 51 m² 50 m² 52 m² 52 m² 1222 m²

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Mix updated to meet 50% affordable/private split Revisions following planners comments. Change to layouts to improve daylighting, and reflecting planners comments. Units lost from 5th floor of private block. Adjustments to tenure of remaining units to maintain affordable/ private ratio. Units moveed from shared ownership tenure to affordable rented Change to wheelchair provision. Minor tweaks to flats. Layout revisions following interior design comment. Cores move south, some units widened. Types rationalised. Error in two rented units shown as rented corrected. Changes to mix as clouded. Scheme revised to six storeys. Plans updated in line with elevations and to rationalise unit types. Other changes following planning and client comments as clouded.

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Community room - 63m² Non-residential space - 763m² (inlcuding loading bay)

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Criteria

Compliance

Notes

DEFINING GOOD PLACES Standard 1 - Development proposals should demonstrate: A How the design responds to its physical context, including the character and legibility of the area and the local pattern of building, public space, landscape and topography. b How the scheme relates to the identified character of the place, to the local vision and strategy or how bolder change is justified in relation to a coherent set of ideas for the place expressed in the local vision and strategy or agreed locally. Standard 2 - Development proposals should demonstrate: a How the scheme complements the local network of public spaces, including how it integrates with existing streets and paths. b How public spaces and pedestrian routes are designed to be overlooked and safe, and blank elevations onto the public realm at ground floor have been avoided. c For larger developments, how any new public spaces including streets and paths are designed on the basis of an understanding of the planned role and character of these spaces within the local movement network, and how new spaces relate to the local vision and strategy for the area. Communal and Public Open space Standard 3 - Development proposals should demonstrate that they comply with the LPAs’ open space strategies, ensuring that an audit of surrounding open space is undertaken and that where appropriate, opportunities to help address a deficiency in provision by providing new public open spaces are taken forward in the design process.

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Refer to Design & Access Statement dated November 2015

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Refer to Design & Access Statement dated November 2015 and Landscape Design Statement

Refer to Design & Access Statement dated November 2015 Refer to Design & Access Statement dated November 2015 and Landscape Design Statement

Refer to Landscape Design Statement

DWELLINGS (POLICY 3.5, PART C) Standard 4 - Where communal open space is provided, development proposals should demonstrate that the space: • is overlooked by surrounding development;

• is accessible disabled people including people who require level access and wheelchair users; • is designed to take advantage of direct sunlight; • has suitable management arrangements in place. Entrance and approach Standard 8 - All main entrances to houses, ground floor flats and communal entrance lobbies should be visible, clearly identifiable, and directly accessible from the public realm. Standard 9 - The distance from the accessible car parking space of standard 18 to the home or to the relevant block entrance or lift core should be kept to a minimum and should be preferably level or where level is not possible, gently sloping (1:60 – 1:20) on a suitable ground surface. Active frontages *1 Standard 10 – Active frontages should be maximised and inactive frontages minimised on the ground floor of buildings facing publicly accessible space, in order to provide natural surveillance and activity Access Standard 11 - 90 per cent of new build housing should meet Building Regulation requirement M4(2) ‘accessible and adaptable dwellings’ .

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Shared Circulation Standard 12 - Each core should be accessible to generally no more than eight units on each floor. Standard 13 - An access core serving 4 or more dwellings should provide an access control system with entry phones in all dwellings linked to a main front door with electronic lock release. Unless a 24 hour concierge is provided, additional security measures including audio-visual verification to the access control system should be provided where any of the following apply: More than 25 dwellings are served by one core, or the potential occupancy of the dwellings served by one core exceeds 100 bed spaces,or more than 8 dwellings are provided per floor. Standard 14 - Where dwellings are accessed via an internal corridor, the corridor should receive natural light and adequate ventilation where possible. Standard 15 - All dwellings entered at the seventh floor (eighth storey) and above should be served by at least two lifts

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Standard 16 - It is desirable that every wheelchair user dwelling is served by more than one lift. Car parking Standard 17 - The maximum standards set out below should be the basis for considering planning applications Maximum Parking Standards for Ptal 6a is one space per unit, however all developments in accessible locations should aim for significantly less parking

50% provision as requested by Planning officers.

Standard 18 - Each designated wheelchair accessible dwelling should have a car parking space that complies with Part M4 (3). Standard 19 - Careful consideration should be given to the siting and organisation of car parking within an overall design for open space so that car parking does not negatively affect the use and appearance of open spaces. Cycle storage

Standard 20 (Policy 6.9)- All developments should provide dedicated storage space for cycles at the following level: 1 per studio and one bed

2 per all other dwellings. In addition, one short stay cycle parking space should be provided per 40 units Standard 21 - Individual or communal cycle storage outside the home should be secure, sheltered and adequately lit, with convenient access to the street.

Refuse and recycling facilities Standard 22 - Communal refuse and recycling containers, communal bin enclosures and refuse and recycling stores should be easily accessible to all residents including children and wheelchair users, and located on a hard, level surface. The location should satisfy local requirements for waste collection. Refuse and recycling stores within buildings should be located to limit the nuisance caused by noise and smells and maintained to a high hygiene standard. Standard 23 - Storage facilities for waste and recycling containers should be provided in accordance with local authority requirements and meeting at least British Standard BS5906:2005 Code of Practice for waste management in Buildings.

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Car free development so only blue badge parking spaces provided.

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Dwelling space standards Standard 24 - All new dwellings should meet the nationally described space standards.

Strongly encourages ceiling heights of at least 2.5metres).

Refer to submitted flat plans

Standard 25- Dwelling plans should demonstrate that dwellings will accommodate the furniture, access and activity space requirements relating to the declared level of occupancy and the furniture schedule set out in Approved Document Part M. *2 Private open space Standard 26 - A minimum of sq.m of private outdoor space should be provided for 1-2 person dwellings and an extra 1sq.m should be provided for each additional occupant. Standard 27 - The minimum depth and width for all balconies and other private external spaces should be 1500mm

100% of apartments designed to have at least 2.5m high ceilings.

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100% of apartments meet private amenity space standards. Refer to revised plans.

Refer to submitted flat plans

100% of balconies meet private minimum space standards. Refer to revised plans.

Home as a place of retreat Standard 28 - Design proposals should demonstrate how habitable rooms within each dwelling are provided with an adequate level of privacy in relation to neighbouring property, the street and other public spaces. *3 Dual aspect Standard 29 Developments should minimise the number of single aspect dwellings. Single aspect dwellings that are north facing, or exposed to noise levels above which significant adverse effects on health and quality of life occur, or which contain three or more bedrooms should be avoided. Noise Standard 30 (and Policy 7.15) - The layout of adjacent dwellings and the location of lifts and circulation spaces should seek to limit the transmission of noise to sound sensitive rooms within dwellings. Floor to ceiling heights Standard 31 – A minimum ceiling height of 2.5 metres for at least 75% of the gross internal area is strongly encouraged. Daylight and sunlight Standard 32 - All homes should provide for direct sunlight to enter at least one habitable room for part of the day. Living areas and kitchen dining spaces should preferably receive direct sunlight. *5 Air quality Standard 33 (and policy 7.14) - Minimise increased exposure to existing poor air quality and make provision to address local problems of air quality : be at least ‘air quality neutral’ and not lead to further deterioration of existing poor air quality (such as areas designated as Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs). Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Environmental performance Standard 34 (and Policy 5.3) - All homes should satisfy London Plan policy on sustainable design and construction and make the fullest contribution to the mitigation of and adaptation to climate change Energy and C02 Standard 35 (and Policy 5.2) - Development proposals should be designed in accordance with the LP energy hierarchy, and should meet the following minimum targets for carbon dioxide emissions reduction. Year Improvement on 2013 Building Regulations : 2014 - 2016 35 per cent

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No single aspect north facing units. All single aspect units are either east, west or south facing. 46% are south facing. According to guidance, no signal aspect family units, 72% are 1 bedroom apartments, and 28% 2 bedroom with shallow plans and good internal daylighting. No bedrooms located next to lift shafts and communal internal corridors. The majority of apartments arranged so that bedrooms are stacked, and bedrooms over living rooms are avoided. All apartments designed with minimum 2.5 ceiling height.

Refer to Daylight / Sunlight Report for revised scheme.

Refer to Air Quality Report

Refer to Sustainability Report

Refer to Energy & Sustainability Report

2016 - 2036 Zero carbon

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Overheating

Standard 36 (and Policy 5.9) - Development proposals should demonstrate how the design of dwellings will avoid overheating without reliance on energy intensive mechanical cooling systems.*6 Water

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Standard 37 (and Policy 5.15) - New dwellings should be designed to ensure that a maximum of 1051 litres of water is consumed per person per day in line with the optional requirement of Part G. Flooding and drainage

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Standard 38 (and Policy 5.12) - Where development is permitted in an area at risk of flooding, it should incorporate flood resilient design in accordance with the NPPF and its associated technical Guidance whilst ensuring level access is maintained. Standard 39 (and Policies 5.11 & 5.13) New development should incorporate Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) and green roofs where practical with the aim of achieving a Greenfield run off rate, increasing biodiversity and improving water quality. Ecology Standard 40 (and Policy 7.19) - The design and layout of new residential development should avoid areas of ecological value and seek to enhance the ecological capital of the area in accordance with GLA best practice guidance on biodiversity and nature conservation.

Refer to Overheating Assessment

Water mitigation features such as low flow taps will be specified at a more detailed stage of design.

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Refer to SUDS Report and plans showing attenuation features.

Proposed main facing material is brick which is robust and easily available.

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Refer to submitted Design & Access Statement and Heritage, Townscape and Visual Impact Assessment (HTVIA) Refer to Transport Assessment & Travel Plan

Refer to Ecology Report and Landscape Statement

DESIGN PROCESS Standard 41 - Developments should manage existing materials, specify sustainable materials that are robust and fit for purpose and secure the sustainable procurement of materials. At planning application stage, developers are encouraged to provide the following minimum information in a design and access statement for the scheme as a whole: • drawings of the proposal in context with accompanying analysis of local character and how the proposals should relate to / respect this;

• context plan showing travel distances, walk routes and local facilities; • table(s) giving the scheme profile: summary information on site area, density, local PTAL level, the number of new homes, the number of wheelchair accessible homes; • table(s) giving the scheme dwelling mix: the number of dwellings of each housing type (bedrooms/occupancy) belonging to each tenure; • table(s) giving gross internal areas for each dwelling, by housing type and number of storeys; • street level site plan and block plans at each floor level; • floor to ceiling heights shown on plans or sections; and • sustainability statement; • identify which are M4(2) (accessible / adaptable wheelchair) and which are M4(3) ( fully adapted wheelchair) dwellings

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Refer to Area & Accommodation Schedule ( Section 1 and appendix of this document) Refer to Area & Accommodation Schedule ( Section 1 and appendix of this document) Refer to Area & Accommodation Schedule ( Section 1 and appendix of this document) Refer to revised plans of proposed scheme. Refer to revised sections of proposed scheme. Refer to revised Sustainability Statement Refer to Area & Accommodation Schedule ( Section 1 and appendix of this document)


APPENDIX 02 HOUSING QUALITY AUDIT Housing Design Standards - Explanatory Notes *1 Active frontages are defined as development frontage on the ground floor where inhabited residential or non-residential uses are located, with a visually permeable elevation (e.g windows or glazing) and a generous distribution of entrances. 2.3.4 The principle of maximising active frontages and minimising inactive frontage is a critical element of the London Plan’s approach to designing out crime (Policy 7.3) and applies with equal importance to residential and mixed use neighbourhoods. This approach is supported in the Town Centres SPG. *2 2.3.29 To give residents flexibility, when developing larger dwellings (those for 5 people or more), developers are encouraged to consider providing two living spaces, for example a living room and a kitchen-dining room. I f a kitchen is adjacent to the living room, it can allow for re configuration as an open plan arrangement. The provision of ground floor residential units with front doors and windows directly fronting onto the public realm provides a number of significant advantages in terms of natural surveillance, activity and residents’ social interaction and will be strongly supported where suitable and achievable. On high density schemes, this can help to wrap inactive frontages associated with car or cycle parking and refuse areas. In mixed use development, non-residential ground floor land uses should provide active frontages when facing publicly accessible space. *3 2.3.36 Design and access statements should demonstrate how the design as a whole uses a variety of measures to provide adequate visual and acoustic privacy for every home in a development. Designers should consider the position and aspect of habitable rooms, gardens and balconies, and avoid windows facing each other where privacy distances are tight. In the past, planning guidance for privacy has been concerned with achieving visual separation between dwellings by setting a minimum distance of 18 – 21m between facing homes (between habitable room and habitable room as opposed to between balconies or terraces or between habitable rooms and balconies/terraces). These can still be useful yardsticks for visual privacy, but adhering rigidly to these measures can limit the variety of urban spaces and housing types in the city, and can sometimes unnecessarily restrict density. I It will often be beneficial to provide a set-back or buffer where habitable rooms directly face a public thoroughfare, street, lane or access deck. Privacy is also an important consideration in the design of private open space.

However, in applying this standard consideration should also be given to other planning and design objectives for a site, for example the aim to maximise active frontages and minimise inactive frontages. 2.3.40 Good single aspect one and two bedroom homes are possible where limited numbers of rooms are required, the frontage is generous, the plan is shallow, the orientation and or outlook is favourable, and care is taken to mitigate the potential for overheating without the need for mechanical cooling. Single aspect dwellings may also be appropriate when being used to wrap podium level car parks or large retail units with active frontages. 2.3.41 In single aspect dwellings with more than two bedrooms it is difficult to achieve adequate natural ventilation and daylight to all rooms in an efficient plan layout which avoids long internal corridors. Single aspect dwellings containing three or more bedrooms should therefore be avoided. The design of single aspect ground floor dwellings will require particular consideration to maintain privacy and adequate levels of daylight. * 5 Sunlight / Daylight. 2.3.47 BRE guidelines on assessing daylight and sunlight should be applied sensitively to higher density development in London, particularly in central and urban settings, recognising the London Plan’s strategic approach to optimise housing output (Policy 3.4) and the need to accommodate additional housing supply in locations with good accessibility suitable for higher density development (Policy 3.3). Quantitative standards on daylight and sunlight should not be applied rigidly, without carefully considering the location and context and standards experienced in broadly comparable housing typologies in London. *6 The measures outlined include choice of buildings materials, size and location of windows and shading measures. Where community heating is provided, hot water pipes should be well insulated and consideration be given to the location and ventilation of heating equipment to minimise the transfer of heat into a development which could contribute to overheating. In addition, Policy 5.10 Urban Greening and Policy 5.11 Green Roofs and Development Site Environs, seek to promote the use of planting, including green walls and soft landscaping to reduce the degree of heating of the urban environment.

*4 Dual As[Aspect. A dual aspect dwelling is defined as one with openable windows on two external walls, which may be either on opposite sides of a dwelling or on adjacent sides of a dwelling where the external walls of a dwelling wrap around the corner of a building. The design of single aspect flats will need to demonstrate that all habitable rooms and the kitchen are provided with adequate ventilation, privacy and daylight and the orientation enhances amenity, including views.

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