Pitfield Street Pitfield Street Pitfield St Project Sheet.pdf

Where: 194 Pitfield Street, Hoxton, London N1

Who For: One Housing Group

What: 16 residential units, 90 sqm commercial floorspace

Architect: pH+ Architects

CMA Planning took forward and helped to shape these proposals, which involved the redevelopment of a former live work unit with a seven storey mixed use building which includes a commercial unit together with 16 flats and disabled car parking and cycle parking, with a density of 1437 hrph. As part of the preparation of the proposals, CMA Planning carried consultation with local residents and set up a project website to help this process (www.cmaplanning.co.uk/194pitfield/). Following extensive consultation and dialogue with Planning Officers from the London Borough of Hackney, the application was approved in May 2009. Key issues that were considered included design and scale, water supply and drainage, construction related issues, impact on local amenity and sustainability. The Council accepted that proposal would take a visually unattractive and vacant site and replace it with a well-designed mixed use scheme, bringing active street frontages and a range of good quality homes to the area. CMA Planning 113 The Timberyard, Drysdale Street, London, N1 6ND www.CMA-Planning.co.uk Pitfield Street Where: 194 Pitfield Street, Hoxton, London N1. Who For: One Housing Group. What: 16 residential units,90 sqm commercial floorspace. Pitfield Street, N1 Architect: pH+ Architects CMA Planning took forward and helped to shape these proposals, which involved the redevelopment of a former live work unit with a seven storey mixed use building which includes a commercial unit together with 16 flats and disabled car parking and cycle parking, with a density of 1437 hrph. Following extensive consultation and dialogue with Planning Officers from the London Borough of Hackney, the application was approved in May 2009. As part of the preparation of the proposals, CMA Planning carried consultation with local residents and set up a project website to help this process (www.cmaplanning.co.uk/194pitfield/). Key issues that were considered included design and scale, water supply and drainage, construction related issues, impact on local amenity and sustainability. The Council accepted that proposal would take a visually unattractive and vacant site and replace it with a welldesigned mixed use scheme, bringing active street frontages and a range of good quality homes to the area.

Borough Hackney
Scale Major
Status Completed
Sector
Mixed Use
Affordable Housing