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Planning permission has been granted for a 100% affordable housing scheme on Station Road Willingham, Cambridgeshire designed by Saunders Boston Architects for development contractors Kingswater Lindum and registered social housing provider Cross Keys Homes.
The proposed development consists of 22 no. two and three bedroom dwellings of both one and two stories with a block of 4 no. one bedroom flats. The development incorporates both semi-detached and detached dwellings with a mix of shared ownership and affordable rent tenures.
The scheme incorporates a strong street frontage of houses linked with car ports that continues the linear development south of Willingham along Station Road with the remaining houses clustered around a shared surface road creating a cul-de-sac. The dwellings are contemporary in design with a palette of materials and build forms that reference the local vernacular and street scape of Willingham.

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Back to the Future..

March 2018

Many of our recent Science projects have been in the City Centre so in a welcome return to the Cambridge Science Park, Saunders Boston Architects has just completed a circa £2.3 million refurbishment project to convert existing office and laboratory space into new world-class facilities for ASTEX the leading Cambridge biotechnology company.

The new facilities will support leading-edge analytical chemistry research, a drug metabolism and pharmacokinetic (DMPK) space, and separate environments where tissue cultures will be grown. Well done to ISG, who scheduled the construction, including out of hours working, to ensure minimum disruption to the normal operation of the building.







Homes for Local People

February 2018

A proposal to deliver a total of 22 new homes, including 11no new affordable homes, has been granted Planning Approval by SCDC Planning Committee.

Designed by Saunders Boston Architects for the Greater Cambridgeshire Housing Development Agency acting on behalf of the owners Cambridgeshire County Council the proposals look to address local housing need in Litlington. 10 of the 11 affordable homes will be for those with a local connection- with 8 homes at affordable rents and 2 for shared ownership.  The last affordable home will be for General Needs Housing. 

The project is a demonstration of the County Council’s work to support the development of much needed new homes within the district and its active support of delivering affordable homes whilst raising essential revenues to support its core services.

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