Gough House

Written by Mark Ustun Architect

Jefferson Sheard has been appointed to deliver a scheme of 40 residential apartments, including ground and basement retail space, at a prominent location in Kingston, London.

Replacing an existing 2-storey building and council owned car park, the site is part of the ‘Eden Quarter Development Brief’ which seeks to meet the demand for new homes within the core urban area, alongside creating a high-quality public realm and other opportunities.

Sector(s)

  • Housing

Value
TBC

Client(s)
HG Construction for Danehurst Developments

Location
Kingston, London, UK

Design

The building mass provides a transition in scale between the neighbouring buildings; high-quality materials are proposed to reflect that of the existing and fluctuating context. A retail unit at street level provides an active frontage, in line with the Eden Quarter Development Brief. The podium allows residents with access to a shared amenity area at the rear of the building. A mixture of 1, 2 and 3 bed apartments, each with a large private balcony, is proposed in compliance with the London Plan and Lifetime Homes requirements.

[CGI images courtesy of CGI Design and Planning Application submitted by Reading and West Architects.]

“The Eden Quarter should help to deliver a significant number of new homes for Kingston as required in the London Plan, helping to keep the town centre active and busy during the day and evenings.”

Extract from the Kingston Eden Quarter Development Plan

The Team

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