Pamber Heath Low-density development of affordable dwellings
Client: Hastoe Housing
Contract Value: £2.4m
Duration: 48 weeks
Procurement: Open Tender
Completion: March 2020
Contract: JCT Design & Build (2016)
The construction of a low-density development of affordable dwellings for Hastoe Housing. The development will occupy a rural exception site on the outskirts of the village of Pamber Heath, near Tadley, Hampshire. The 6 x two-bed houses, 2 x three-bed houses and block of 4 x one-bed flats will have exceptional sustainability credentials, as required for the Association of Environment Conscious Building (AECB Silver) certification. It is estimated that buildings achieving this standard can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 70%.
External materials will include red multi-stock brick, charcoal-coloured cladding, and dark grey window frames, and have been chosen to harmonise with the surrounding buildings. Any impact of the development has been further reduced by extensive green buffer zones and the retention of mature trees to the site boundary.
Illustration by MH Architecture
Architect: Kenn Scaddan Associates
Engineer: Haworth McCall Ltd
Client Agent: McCreith Construction Consultancy