MAJOR REGENERATION PROJECT IN TOTTENHAM GRANTED FULL PLANNING PERMISSION
Adding to our other successes with planning applications for major schemes in Tottenham, Brook House – a JV between Newlon Housing Trust and Galliford Try Partnerships has been granted planning permission by Haringey Council.
Working closely with project architects KSS Group throughout production, we used their detailed 3D BIM model as the basis for a set of AVR3 verified views.
Key challenges included reacting to a broad range of detail changes throughout production whilst maintaining workflow efficiency.
Brook House is a medium density residential scheme in Haringey forming part of a wider regeneration strategy for North Tottenham, transforming the area from predominantly light industrial to a major new residential quarter.
The aim is to create a sustainable urban community, and the proposal will deliver 222 affordable and shared ownership units in 4 blocks, including a 22 storey tower, together with a new 2 form reception and primary school at its heart, all served by a site wide CHP.
Planning consent was granted in February 2013.
Client: Galliford Try Partnerships / Newlon Housing Trust
Architect: KSS Group
Planning Consultants: Savills
Scope: Verified Photomontage CGIs – AVR 1 and AVR 3 + additional CGI and Photomontage Views
The VIA section of the environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) required certain specific views be created as AVR3 verified views (read about Accurate Verified View – AVR – Classifications). In addition, the developers and architect (KSS Group) chose a number of additional views which we produced as either photomontage or pure CGIs.
(Images show in the slideshow are a mixture of AVRs and marketing shots.)