The Aylesbury Estate of 2,700 homes has been seeing a phased regeneration over a number of years.
This phase, designed by London based Architect Pollard Thomas Edwards, in the NE corner of the estate is known as Havard Gardens.
The design created 147 new mixed tenure homes, including 45 large family houses and maisonettes with their entrance at street level and a private back garden.
On behalf of the client London and Quadrant, working with the client and the Architect EH Smith proposed a number of options that were ultimately selected and used on part of this phased regeneration, notably the innovative use of brick specials created panels within one of the facades to break up the mass.
Architect: Pollard Thomas Edwards
Contractors: Quadrant Construction