Waterloo Estate
Havering Council/ Wates Residential
Architecture
 
Working with the joint venture between Wates Residential and Havering Council, Conran and Partners' design will transform the Waterloo Estate site, Romford, contributing a significant number of mixed-tenure properties to the overall 3,000 homes planned under the wider regeneration project.

The Waterloo Estate site is the first of twelve planned sites in the £1 billion social housing regeneration project - one of the biggest in London - which was announced today at MIPIM. Other sites in phase one include Napier & New Plymouth and Solar, Serena & Sunrise, designed by JTP.
 
With services on the new Elizabeth line due to start operating from Romford by December 2019, Conran and Partners' approach focuses on providing improved connectivity to Romford station via four new pedestrian access points, while also increasing the density of housing in an area within a few minutes walking distance from the station.

A more considered urban form replaces traditional street blocks, with considerable open space - including children's playgrounds, communal gardens and public squares - and a new urban boulevard that priorities pedestrians and cyclists.
Working with the joint venture between Wates Residential and Havering Council, Conran and Partners' design will transform the Waterloo Estate site, Romford, contributing a significant number of mixed-tenure properties to the overall 3,000 homes planned under the wider regeneration project.

The Waterloo Estate site is the first of twelve planned sites in the £1 billion social housing regeneration project - one of the biggest in London - which was announced today at MIPIM. Other sites in phase one include Napier & New Plymouth and Solar, Serena & Sunrise, designed by JTP.
 
With services on the new Elizabeth line due to start operating from Romford by December 2019, Conran and Partners' approach focuses on providing improved connectivity to Romford station via four new pedestrian access points, while also increasing the density of housing in an area within a few minutes walking distance from the station.

A more considered urban form replaces traditional street blocks, with considerable open space - including children's playgrounds, communal gardens and public squares - and a new urban boulevard that priorities pedestrians and cyclists.
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