Newhall Be

Alison Brooks Architects, Harlow, Essex, 2012

 

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Residential development containing 84 homes in a arrangement of terraces, apartments and villas

The development consists of five apartment buildings containing six, seven or eight flats each; fourteen Villas; twenty-nine courtyard houses and seven terraced houses. Twenty-six per cent of the homes are affordable.

Streets running north to south are lined with villas and bookend apartment blocks are connected by east-to-west shared surface, terraced thoroughfares.

The blocks are clad with stained softwood and have slate roof tiles, although some walls are buff stock brickwork, also used for the flats.

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  • Completed: 2012
  • Sector: Residential
  • Total cost: £12M
  • Address: Harlow, Essex, United Kingdom

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