KPF gets planning permission for new bondway residences in london
 
KPF gets planning permission for new bondway residences in london KPF gets planning permission for new bondway residences in london
aug 07, 2014

KPF gets planning permission for new bondway residences in london

KPF gets planning permission for new bondway residences in london
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international architectural practice kohn pedersen fox associates has had permission granted for a 170 meter mixed-use structure to be built in london. local authorities approved the scheme, which will be constructed in the place of a previously proposed skyscraper by make architects. located adjacent to vauxhall underground as well as national railway stations, the project will be overseen by the mclaren group and citygrove developers who acquired the site earlier this year.

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the design is formed of two connected towers, with the taller structure rising to a total height of 170 meters

 

 

 

the design is formed of two connected towers, one measuring 82 meters with the taller structure rising to a total height of 170 meters. 20% of the planned 450 properties are deemed ‘affordable’, while an expansive roof garden positioned above the office block is directly connected to a communal lounge area and meeting rooms. there is an accessible terrace on the north tower, with indoor amenity rooms such as a multipurpose hall and games room also included.

 

construction is set to begin in 2015, with completion forecast for 2018.

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the approach to the mixed-use scheme

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the site’s location in the nine elms district of london

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the development in relation to vauxhall park

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