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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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Community Led Development

February 2018

A proposal to deliver a total of 54 new homes, including 19no new affordable homes, has been granted planning approval by ECDC Planning Committee.

Designed by Saunders Boston Architects for Palace Green Homes and the Haddenham Community Land Trust the scheme seeks to provide much needed housing for local people who live and work in Haddenham.

From the inception of this project, community involvement has been the defining factor, and has resulted in a rigorous design process ensuring the final scheme not only meets but exceeds the expectations of the neighbouring residents and wider community.

As a community-led development the scheme is an exemplar for more inclusive and cohesive development, affording generous open-space provision and high-quality bespoke dwellings.

It is also hoped that this development will be a model for future developments within the district, seeking to not only meet policy requirements but exceed standards and contribute positively to the existing local community.




New Sports Facilities in North Norfolk

December 2017

Saunders Boston Architects have been working with FMG and North Norfolk Council to develop outline concepts for a new leisure centre to replace the iconic ‘Splash’ in Sheringham and add additional Indoor facilities to one of the Country's finest Tennis Centres in Cromer.

Please see link below, courtesy of North Norfolk News


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