Working with Solumn Regeneration, we have secured a resolution to grant planning permission from Reigate and Banstead Borough Council for our residential/mixed use project Redhill.
The site sits within the town centre close to the railway station. Recent approvals in the immediate locality will ultimately create a new character and feel to the area. The design looks to create a place with a character that contributes positively too this evolving regeneration of this part of Redhill.
The proposals are to re-provide a community use together with 50 residential dwellings to the eastern side of Marketfield Way. The proposals look to introduce a new public realm links to the existing underpass with a view to improving the sense of security and safety for users of the site’s facilities and those passing through the underpass. The building will contain bin stores, plant rooms and cycle storage as required to support the users.
A new public open space is proposed to aid movement into the community and up to the underpass. This will link into the wider pedestrian network, improving the quality of the public realm in and around this part of Marketfield Way. The use, tenure and types of this development serves the local needs. The aim is to improve and re-provide community space within the proposals. Residential development provides town centre homes close to public transport hubs. The combination of uses ensures a vibrant development that is well used.
In appearance a contemporary styling is proposed with a pallet of materials that suits the local context and evolving character of the area. Good detailing principals will introduce cohesion across the different uses on the site.
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