997 new homes built around a new Academy. This tenure-blind development includes 50% private and 50% affordable housing as part of the Stonegrove masterplan. The development involved the phased demolition and redevelopment of an existing estate, with all residents who wished to stay re-housed in new accommodation.
Rather than a homogenous re-development, the regeneration responds to the different contexts of the site through the creation of eight different, interlinked character zones. Within these zones different scales of buildings provide a mixture of houses and flats which gives the whole scheme a comfortable, domestic feel .
Landscape and the creation of a high quality public realm are key features of the success of the scheme and retention of the large number of matures trees on the site where a key driver behind the Masterplan.
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Masterplanning & Regeneration