EC/NHT – Ponders End Alma Estate Redevelopment – Greater London - Project Profile
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Enfield Council (EC) and Newlon Housing Trust (NHT) are undertaking the construction of a residential complex in Ponders End, London, the UK.
The project involves the construction of four 23-story towers and three, six-story apartment blocks comprising 1,000 homes. The project will include the construction of community facilities, retail shops, access roads, parking and related facilities.
The project is implemented in seven phases. Dujardin Mews is developed as a part of Alma Regeneration Program which involves the construction of 38 homes.
Countryside Properties PLC has been appointed as developer for the project. In October 2013, Pollard Thomas & Edwards Ltd (PTE) was appointed as design contractor.
Durkan has been appointed as a construction contrator, Karakusevic Carson Architects and Maccreanor Lavington Architects as architects for the Dujardin Mews.
Erith has been appointed as the structural investigator for the demolition works of existing blocks.
In June 2014, construction works on Dujardin Mews commenced.
On August 8, 2015, EC and NHT obtained approvals from planning committee.
In March 2017, Construction works were completed on the 38 homes in Dujardin Mews.
The overall project is expected to be completed in phases by 2026.
The project involves the construction of four 23-story towers and three, six-story apartment blocks comprising 1,000 homes in Ponders End, London, the UK.
The US$247 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of retail shops
2. Construction of community facilities
3. Construction of access roads
4. Construction of parking facilities
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