Frampton Park Estate Frampton Park Estate Frampton-Park-Estate-Project-Sheet.pdf

Where: Frampton Park Estate, E9

Who For: Hackney Estate Regeneration

What: 45 homes

Architect: Henley Halebrown

CMA Planning worked with Henley Halebrown Architects, Townshend Landscape Architects and Peter Brett Associates to secure planning permission in 2017 for two estate regeneration schemes within the Frampton Park Estate for Hackney Estate Regeneration, which forms part of the Council.

The first scheme is for the erection of three 5 storey buildings to replace the former Frampton Arms pub on Well Street, which was demolished in 2009, to provide 20 flats.  The second scheme involves the demolition of Lyttelton House and erection of a part 4, part 5 storey building to provide 25 flats. Overall, 78% of the 45 new homes will be affordable.  The development at Lyttelton House also includes landscaping improvements to Woolridge Way and Cambridge Passage, creating a safer, more inviting outlook and integrating the new development with the existing estate by providing a well-lit and overlooked area where children can play

These schemes form part of Hackney’s borough-wide, 18 site, 2,760-home estate regeneration programme, which is one of London's largest schemes for building homes for social renting, shared ownership, and private sale.

Borough Hackney
Scale Major
Status Approved
Sector
Affordable Housing