Woodview Mews, in Croydon was the first LivinHome project to be completed. The scheme provides a range of residential accommodation from 2 bedroom apartments, through to 4 bedroom duplex units to 5 bedroom houses.
As with all LivinHome units the scheme is designed to facilitate change between accommodation types with an absolute minimum of construction.
As the first phase of a larger master plan this scheme involves the creation of 50 ‘exemplary’ affordable homes for the Aylesbury Vale Estate and Guinness Trust Housing Association.
The scheme employs a variety of highly flexible and sustainable standard house types developed by Geraghty Taylor including Livinhome units.
Lower Broughton Road, in Salford, employed Livinhome to anticipate changing lifestyles and demographics whilst addressing significant constraints, not least an extreme flood plain consideration.
The resulting proposal offers 48 residential units – both private and affordable tenure – and supporting commercial accommodation. The project has received planning approval and expected to progress soon.
The Livinhome chassis sits at the core of the concept onto which a range of exterior and interior building systems can be fitted.
These can be developed to suit a particular location, respond to certain site constraints and support the aesthetic aspirations of building's end users.