Norman Grove London 2016–

This project for the London Borough of Tower Hamlets in Bow involves the demolition of a former children’s home, which closed in 2018, to make way for a two-storey building for children’s services, a four-storey building comprising 13 flats and the four houses. The new homes will range in size from one to four bedrooms, and two will be wheelchair-accessible.

The children’s services building will resemble the other houses on the street but will extend deeper into the plot.

Planning permission was granted in 2019. 

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    Axonometric massing study
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    Ground Floor plan
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    Norman Grove elevation
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    Terraced House Elevation study
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    Artists impression from Norman Grove
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    Sectional Perspective of the Childrens Home
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    Artists impression of the Duplex apartments access and amenity.
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    Artists impression of the communal courtyard
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    Artists impression of the communal courtyard


  • Appointment: 2016
  • Area: 2,155m2
  • Budget: £5.5m
  • Client: London Borough of Tower hamlets
  • Landscape Architect: Vogt
  • Planning Consultant: Treanor Consulting
  • Heritage Consultant: Dorian Crone
  • Structural Engineer: Price & Myers
  • Services Engineer: Max Fordham
  • Building Control: LBTH Building Control


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