Eric Parry Architects has submitted a Planning Application for the development of the Dolphin Square Estate and its comprehensive refurbishment and unit mix adaptation.
The proposal includes the reconfiguration of existing residential apartments and the demolition and reconstruction of Rodney House to provide a new ground plus 9 storey building and 2 levels of basement, including residential, serviced apartments, shops and leisure facilities. A single storey rooftop extension to the retained and refurbished Estate will also provide additional residential units. Additionally a new row of townhouses to the west of the site is proposed.
A new garden landscape designed by Todd Longstaffe-Gowan will enhance this unique estate and conservation area, building on the work of Richard Sudell, who laid out the original plans. The proposals look to build on the original architectural vision for Dolphin Square, designed by Gordon Jeeves in 1935, and provide substantial refurbishment to an ageing infrastructure, whilst sensitively increasing the number of homes in the Estate.
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