• One Vale Street - Projects - Stockwool
  • One Vale Street - Projects - Stockwool
  • One Vale Street - Projects - Stockwool
  • One Vale Street - Projects - Stockwool

One Vale Street

 
Residential Sustainable Living In Lambeth

One Vale Street was awarded the first Level 4 certificate in London under the Code for Sustainable Homes and is the subject of a Communities & Local Government (CLG) promotional video. The scheme was designed for L&Q after the London Borough of Lambeth identified the disused depot site for a potential exemplar sustainable housing development.

The scheme delivers 60 homes in a combination of three storey townhouses, four storey apartment blocks and two storey houses (which are adapted for wheelchair users) around a sheltered, south-facing courtyard.

All homes have private outdoor amenity space in the form of gardens, balconies or sunspace as well as access to the shared courtyard.

One Vale Street promotes a sustainable lifestyle with secure storage for 94 bicycles, provision for shared car facilities and extensive recycling facilities on-site.

Project information
  • Client:
    L&Q
  • Location:
    West Norwood
  • Completion date:
    2009
  • Scope:
    60 new homes
  • Awards:
    2010 Affordable Home Ownership Awards - Sustainable Design - Winner * 2010 First Time Buyer Awards - Most Eco-Aware Project - Shortlisted * 2009 What House? Awards - Best Sustainable Development - Gold * 2009 Sustainable Housing Awards - Sustainable Large Social Housing Project of the Year - Shortlisted
  • Images:
    Russell Duncan