Hale Village

KSS, London, 2011

 

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High density urban village providing affordable homes

Hale Village is currently the fourth largest residential project in London, and is a high density sustainable urban village on the edge of the Lea Valley, using the successful redevelopment of Hammarby, a waterside district of Sweden's capital Stockholm as a model.

We are responsible for four key buildings delivering 366 affordable residential units for Newlon Housing Trust to Code 4 under the Code for Sustainable Homes, plus Newlon's own new head offices and 1425m2 of commercial/retail shell and core, later occupied by an outpatient centre for a major hospital. All are served by a site-wide CHP scheme.

The residential blocks are configured to create internal courtyards which foster enhanced communal living, and are clad with a range of claddings which add to the visual "tapestry" of the overall development. Extensive green spaces, and accessible green roofs and allotments also enrich the living experience.

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  • Begun: Jan 2008
  • Completed: Dec 2011
  • Sectors: Residential, House
  • Total cost: £55M
  • Address: Daneland Walk, Hale Village, Tottenham, London, N17 9NF, United Kingdom

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