New London Architecture

Agar Grove 1B

Built

Agar Grove is a 493-home estate regeneration scheme in Camden, London. The masterplan has been designed by Mæ and Hawkins\Brown following intensive resident consultation.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

Shortlisted in the HOUSING category

Agar Grove is a 493-home estate regeneration scheme in Camden, London. The masterplan has been designed by Mæ and Hawkins\Brown following intensive resident consultation. Mæ-assigned plots constitute 40% of all the homes. The plan provides all existing council tenants with a new home, while also providing affordable and market-rate homes for sale. The scheme consists of a demolition of a number of low-rise residential pavilions and the retention and refurbishment of the estate’s landmark Lulworth Tower. 395 of the new homes will be Passivhaus standard, the largest UK development of its kind.

Vote for this project in the 'People's Choice award. The voting deadline is 1 November 2021.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Camden

Estimated completion

December 2020


Location

22-24 Prince of Wales Rd, London NW5 3LG, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Mae Architects Ltd

Client

London Borough of Camden

Landscape Architect

Grant Associates

Structural Engineer

Peter Brett Associates

Services Engineer

Max Fordham


Listed by

Mae

Last updated on

16/09/2021


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