A former police station in Hampton is going to be transformed in to 28 homes after our London Planning team secured planning permission from the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames for Pinnacle Group & UK Pacific.
The existing red brick police station, which was constructed in 1905, will remain at the heart of the new development on Station Road which has been sensitively designed to complement the surrounding streetscape.
Six flats will be provided within the existing converted police station with two additional houses created in the retained rear wings of the station. A further six flats will be provided in a new terrace fronting onto Station Road with 14 houses set back from Station Road around a new private courtyard.
The development will house a mixture of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes along with associated access, servicing, underground car parking, cycle parking and landscaping.
A large landscaped courtyard area will be sensitively designed include a doorstep play provision for children under five-years-old.
Greg Pitt, Associate Planner in our team said: “The site presents what we believe to be an excellent opportunity to create a unique, quality sense of place.
The scheme not only respects and responds to the rich context which the site has to offer, but through high quality architectural design and detailing, will enhance the local environment, at the same time giving new life to a building which has prime place within the Hampton Village townscape.”
Images by PRP Architects.
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