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  • Kings Point | Hester Architects
    growth of the town centre and the prominence of the site as a gateway statement marking the start of the main commercial district of Reading We considered views from all adjacent areas which led us to the conclusion that a tall structure would be appropriate in this important location On analysing recent buildings in the area we concluded that the roofscapse of many of the nearby office developments are rather dull and disappointing To alleviate this bland skyline we took the view that a prominent corner building with an interesting roofscape would be a positive addition to the streetscape The Scheme The early urban design analysis identified appropriate uses for the site and it was concluded that a retail presence was needed on the ground floor to provide an active frontage to the Kings Road and Watlington Street To assist in visualising the massing of the building we carried out a three dimensional laser scan of the surrounding area This helped us refine the modelling of the upper parts of the building to respect surrounding properties and key views The upper parts of the building were lightened by introducing additional glazing and setting certain areas back from the main plane

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/kings-point/ (2016-02-15)
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  • The Avenue Ealing | Hester Architects
    When the school closed for business in 2011 our client Simon Scott Homes purchased the site for residential development The Scheme It took a year of careful negotiation with Ealing s planners and conservation officer to obtain a change of use from community to residential and to agree a suitable treatment for the buildings exterior in this sensitive location The end result is five large five bedroom family houses each

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/the-avenue-ealing/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Hope Street | Hester Architects
    347 student units in 2012 and Hester Architects Ltd prepared all of the working drawings to allow the scheme to commence on site in 2014 The Scheme Each student unit is a pre fabricated timber module that is factory finished in Latvia and transported by cargo ship to the Port of Liverpool where it is unloaded delivered to site and installed the same day Hester Architects Ltd worked closely with

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/hope-street/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Cow Lane | Hester Architects
    worked closely with Barratt Homes and Watford Borough Council to gain planning approval for the redevelopment of this redundant site The Scheme The scheme consists of a total of 223 residential houses and apartments of which 30 are affordable There is also a Crèche nursery a small gymnasium good quality open space a play area and public amenity with improved pedestrian routes through to Sainsbury s and the nearby subway

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/cow-lane/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Fenny Stratford | Hester Architects
    has been thwarted by the complex legal issues of several ownerships and the extensive land contamination Hester Architects worked closely with Milton Keynes Borough Council s planning officers in developing the design to produce a sympathetic scheme that meets all the aspirations of the local planning policy and national guidelines The existing site forms part of the eastern boundary of the village and is set between the Grand Union Canal and the river Ouzel The Scheme This residential Scheme comprises of 286 residential apartments and houses with a mixture of dwelling sizes provided including family houses duplex flats and one and two bedroom apartments There is substantial proportion of affordable housing to ensure a balanced tenure The scheme has been carefully designed to respect its setting and to create a network of interesting urban spaces with good pedestrian movement through the site The sustainable location and the introduction of a bus stop and cycle storage within the scheme will encourage alternative transport choices Overall the environment within the scheme maximizes the benefit of the site s unique setting to create an attractive living environment Hester Architects gained Full Planning Approval at the first attempt More Projects Hicks Bolton Bond South

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/fenny-stratford/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Carlton Vale | Hester Architects
    provides 50 rented and shared ownership units over seven floors of accommodation with an underground car park and communal gardens The elevation to Carlton Vale is envisaged as a projecting zinc box enclosing the recessed balconies that front onto the road and the public park beyond This portion of the elevation is designed with vertical timber brise soleil and coloured glass to the balconies while the rest of the building

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/carlton-vale/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Richings Park | Hester Architects
    four bedrooms homes to finance its relocation The Scheme The new Club House will facilitate a growing number of indoor sporting activities while providing further potential for community based activities and organised business uses It offers direct access to field sports and also to the Lawn Bowls and the Tennis Courts This State of the art Club House will provide a sustainable first class multi use Sports and Community facility

    Original URL path: http://www.hesterarchitects.co.uk/projects/richings-park/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Ascot Corner | Hester Architects
    brickwork detailing similar to that of the existing house The Scheme Each apartment is constructed from pre fabricated timber modules that are factory finished in Latvia and transported by cargo ship to England Hester Architects Ltd worked closely with the Latvian factory to ensure the modules met the required quality and local building regulations The scheme was originally designed by OSP Architecture More Projects Hicks Bolton Bond South Kilburn View

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