The construction of a two storey plus lower ground floor and roof space building at 2 Church Rise SE23 to provide 2 one-bedroom self-contained flats, 5 two bedroom self-contained flats and 1 three bedroom self-contained flat, together with the provision of 3 car parking spaces, 14 bicycle spaces and refuse/recycling stores.
Pretty close to replicating it. Apart from the bloody dreadful extension.
Just because the original was painted, doesn’t mean the replacement had to be. And if painted, they should have done the same and made the brick cream, leaving the stonework white for contrast.
Making it double fronted with the gabled roof in the middle is what offends me architecturally. i don’t doubt it’s what the planners allowed, but aesthetically it looks all wrong to me.
Oh the extension!! lol
It looks OK without paint, with paint, not so much. The bay windows really dont help the building.
I remember sitting down with @Michael and Hillary discussing this whole plan with the original developer way back. To be fair, from the description and drawings shown, it has stayed true to plan from the offset.
Would be interesting to see what others think of the white.
From the design statement in the planning application.
It is interesting that this statement suggest the “colour” is a modern addition. But the appearance section of the application clearly notes the brick and brick accents will be painted in a Farrow and Ball white. So I guess they lived up to the approved plan.
That’s exactly what I feel they didn’t do. The gable was always on the end, not slap bang in the middle.
The design statement is an interesting read and discusses this against the vernacular on the street. Doesn’t make it right though.
All finished, and properties up to let via KFH at the moment.
Not bad little spaces, although a little characterless without any furniture in there at the moment,.
Much nicer when furnished for sure.