The design maximises choice and wellbeing with a mix of room types to suit varying budgets, and study and social spaces that encourage collaboration and interaction between residents. Accommodation is divided into single or twin/double studios or shared en-suite flats with a combined kitchen and dining area. Single and double bed studios have their own kitchenette area and individual bedrooms and studios have en-suite bathrooms.

Key facts

Community focus

The project team has formed close links in the local community to create as many opportunities as possible for adults and young people in the area, which so far include:

Design visualisation courtesy of Susan Stephen Architects.

 

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