West Waddy ADP, on behalf of Ede Homes, have secured Reserved Matters permission for 16 new homes at Harwell.
The project has involved three of West Waddy ADP’s disciplines (Architecture, Urban Design and Town Planning), and once again the strength of a multi-disciplinary working pattern were evident. Following the Case Officer’s presentation, a speech by Jonathan Ede, and a local objector, Members of the Planning Committee debated the case and voted unanimously in favour of the development scheme. Officers were particularly complimentary toward the choice of materials, the layout and the quality of the open space that would be provided.
A comprehensive design process informed this positive result. Architectural form and detail was specifically designed to fit in with both the setting and character of the central area of Harwell, and the adjacent, more contemporary existing development.
It is another excellent step taken to contributing towards housing supply in the authority, and is locating homes in the right place – within a key area for growth.
When commenting on the project Ede Homes said:
“We are delighted by the way WWADP approached the whole process, from designing the contemporary and individual homes, to obtaining a RM permission which we very much look forward to implementing. We always felt in “safe hands” and had every confidence that we would create a scheme that us the developer, the local residents, the VOWH and our eventual purchasers can be truly proud of. We look forward to working with them again on future sites”.