Fenwick Place gets planning

Homes for Lambeth have secured planning permission for 27 new homes in Clapham North, Lambeth. Fenwick Place will replace the under-utilised bedsit block with two residential buildings that reinstate the street frontage. The blocks are spaced to provide a gap in the building frontage to allow glimpses through to the gable of the church beyond.

The massing respects the scale of the context by keeping the heights to four storeys (one block with a top floor set back). The new homes are mixed tenure with a mix of three and four bed family homes and one and two bed apartments. The proposal includes 100% dual aspect homes, private amenity space in a form of balconies or ground floor patios and front doors for the ground floor properties. The communal garden at the rear provides a series of play and seating areas within the tree planted soft landscaped garden with a backdrop of the church gable.​​​​​​​

The project is committed to sustainable design and construction, reducing carbon emissions and increasing the use of renewable energy technologies. The principles of the Mayor’s energy hierarchy have been applied to the proposed development and the Energy Strategy submitted in support of the application demonstrates that a site-wide carbon emissions reduction of 74.6% would be achieved over the Building Regulations Part L 2013 Baseline . A future financial contribution is required to offset all remaining regulated CO2 emissions to 100% or “zero carbon emissions”, which will be secured by the Grampian condition.

​​​​​​​This project is part of the Homes for Lambeth “small sites” programme and one of four which Stockwool is taking through planning.

  • 3D Render - Fenwick Place South

Fenwick Place gets planning

Homes for Lambeth have secured planning permission for 27 new homes in Clapham North, Lambeth. Fenwick Place will replace the under-utilised bedsit block with two residential buildings that reinstate the street frontage. The blocks are spaced to provide a gap in the building frontage to allow glimpses through to the gable of the church beyond.

The massing respects the scale of the context by keeping the heights to four storeys (one block with a top floor set back). The new homes are mixed tenure with a mix of three and four bed family homes and one and two bed apartments. The proposal includes 100% dual aspect homes, private amenity space in a form of balconies or ground floor patios and front doors for the ground floor properties. The communal garden at the rear provides a series of play and seating areas within the tree planted soft landscaped garden with a backdrop of the church gable.​​​​​​​

The project is committed to sustainable design and construction, reducing carbon emissions and increasing the use of renewable energy technologies. The principles of the Mayor’s energy hierarchy have been applied to the proposed development and the Energy Strategy submitted in support of the application demonstrates that a site-wide carbon emissions reduction of 74.6% would be achieved over the Building Regulations Part L 2013 Baseline . A future financial contribution is required to offset all remaining regulated CO2 emissions to 100% or “zero carbon emissions”, which will be secured by the Grampian condition.

​​​​​​​This project is part of the Homes for Lambeth “small sites” programme and one of four which Stockwool is taking through planning.

  • 3D Render - Fenwick Place South