The 84-unit Newhall Be scheme demonstrates the added value that good architects can bring to the thorny problem of housing people outside our major cities. ABA have worked with housing developer Galliford Try and persuaded them that investing in quality benefits their bottom line. By halving the size of the gardens – creating roof terraces in total equalling the land ‘lost’ – the architects were able to get an extra six houses on to the development. This paid for extras such as full-height...
- Year 2012
- Work finished in 2012
- Client Galliford Try Partnerships/Linden Homes Eastern
- Status Completed works
- Type Multi-family residence