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  • MILL ROAD HERTFORD | Hester Architects
    Granted on 23 rd July 2014 This scheme successfully brings much needed accommodation to this very sustainable corner of Hertford East within walking distance of pretty river walks and local facilities The development works to maintain an appropriate scale in respect of the nearby listed Hertford East Railways Station building and adjacent cottages while introducing a public travel interchange via a new link road Share this Click to share on

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/kings-road-2/ (2016-02-15)
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  • NEW ENGLAND PUBLIC HOUSE | Hester Architects
    feel to the character of the surrounding area as well as complimenting its suburban Brentford setting The proposal aims to capture architectural elements from the traditional terraced houses to the west and the more modern high density developments to the east of the site in an attempt to bridge the two styles and characters together The scale of development takes into consideration the developable area of the site and the

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/west-road-2/ (2016-02-15)
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  • THE GROVE ELTHAM | Hester Architects
    the town and to add vitality to the area To complete the retail frontage of the High Street by designing a new A1 A3 unit to replace the derelict Public House Create a balanced community with private sales units shared ownership properties and affordable rented flats to cater for the needs of the wider community Provide a good level of car parking and landscaped amenity to meet the needs of

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/old-road-2/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Hicks Bolton Bond | Hester Architects
    a total of 64 rented units across two 4 5 storey blocks fronting Rupert Road and separated by Denmark Road The buildings provide accommodation in the form of single storey flats and double storey duplexes with access via stair cores and an elevated pedestrian walkway at third floor level The buildings are arranged around an internal courtyard formed with the adjacent Thames Court building and a rear communal garden The

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/hicks-bolton-bond-3/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Cambridge and Wells | Hester Architects
    a total of 101 residential units across 3 distinct blocks centred on a new public open space The largest of these is the villa block which runs the length of Cambridge Avenue from Kilburn Park Underground Station to Kilburn High Road This block is designed as a modern interpretation of the Victorian villas which line the opposite side of Cambridge Avenue It presents a formal regular frontage to the scheme

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/cambridge-and-wells/ (2016-02-15)
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  • London Road | Hester Architects
    response to the context it was designed as a series of four stepped residential blocks rising from 3 storeys at the northern end of the site to 8 storeys along London Road The Scheme Due to its close proximity to bus rail and underground stations the scheme has been designed with virtually no resident car parking Amenity space is provided by small landscaped gardens balconies and rooftop terraces The continuous

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/london-road/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Harrow Road | Hester Architects
    Affordable Artist studios As the site is split across two London boroughs the process of getting the development underway faced a number of unusual challenges including two separate planning applications one for each borough Despite the complexity of the planning process Hester Architects Ltd achieved planning approval at the first attempt with both Boroughs and managed to negotiate with two sets of planning officers urban designers etc often with opposing views and policy drivers The process was further complicated by local elections which resulted in a change of administration in both Boroughs The Scheme The scheme had to be re planned to meet the new administration s vision for the area The original Labour administration wanted a high density fully affordable scheme with minimum car parking but the new Conservative councillors preferred a very specific mix evenly split between private for sale units Shared Ownership and Social Rented units Within each tenure they also insisted on a very specific mix of unit sizes with a high proportion of large dwellings This resulted in a complex plan with larger 4 and 5 bed family units being positioned on the ground floor with private amenity space adjacent with smaller flats above This

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/harrow-road/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Kings Road | Hester Architects
    and four bed maisonettes These family units have their own semi private amenity areas at ground level The remaining homes are for key workers and shared owners both for rent and for part rent part sale The Scheme The scheme was developed by Catalyst Housing Group working closely with Reading Borough Council to ensure it met all the Council and group s objectives to deliver quality affordable homes for the

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/kings-road/ (2016-02-15)
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