New London Architecture

Rochester Way

Built

A mews style development with 29 new homes. A discrete and delightful architecture forming a picturesque backdrop to Rochester Way and Briset Road.
Shortlisted in the Housing category Winners will be announced from 2nd November 2020 See the full shortlist here  Peoples Choice Award Vote for your favourite project to win: 1. Click to tweet this project or 2. Fill in this form

Shortlisted in the Housing category Winners will be announced from 2nd November 2020 See the full shortlist here Peoples Choice Award Vote for your favourite project to win: 1. Click to tweet this project or 2. Fill in this form

Shortlisted in the HOUSING category 
 
A mews style development with 29 new homes. A discrete and delightful architecture forming a picturesque backdrop to Rochester Way and Briset Road.
 
Rochester Way is a new high density, low rise, street-based neighbourhood. The project is part of an ambitious programme for Royal Borough of Greenwich and Meridian Home Start, providing new high-quality public housing, and densifying underutilised parts of the borough.
Organised around three new mews streets, providing 29, 100 per cent affordable homes, a corner shop, community hall and space for a local pub. Community specific uses were developed in consultation with local residents and the client - providing well designed, manageable and viable spaces for a range of community needs lacking in the area.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Greenwich

Size

2850 sq m

Completion

June 2019


Location

368 Rochester Way, London SE9 6PG, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Peter Barber Architects

Client

Meridian Home Start

Structural Engineer

MLM Group

M&E / Sustainability Engineer

EngDesign

Cost Consultant

Martin Arnold

Contractor

Neilcott Construction


Listed by

Peter Barber Architects

Last updated on

16/09/2020


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