Trafford Design Code

Elevation and proportion

Greenwich Millennium Village South

Greenwich Millennium Village South by Turkington Martin and Jestico + Whiles for GMVL, Taylor Wimpey and Countryside Properties Map Street View Map Street View Masterplan for 1800 new homes which completes the final phases of the original Ralph Erskine and later Proctor & Matthews schemes.   The masterplan comprises a range of apartment blocks and …

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Westbrook Villas, Chorlton

Westbrook Villas, Chorlton by Calderpeel Architects for Hillcrest Homes Westbrook Villas, on Edge Lane in Chorlton-Cum-Hardy, is a select development of twelve luxurious new homes that fuse classic Victorian architecture with the finest contemporary design and materials. Whilst the architecture of the new homes has been influenced by the height, steep gable rooflines and prominent …

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The Acres, Timperley

The Acres, Timperley by Trinity Architects (now B2 Architecture Ltd) for Landmark Living The Acres is a development of 4 family homes. Situated on Acresfield Road, The Acres is within walking distance of Timperley Village and Altrincham. All materials, specifications and finishes have been carefully chosen to give this development a prevailing sense of grandeur. …

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Home by Home

by MCGONIGLEMCGRATH Architects This project is one of 2 proposed Homes from Home for Clic Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people and their families. Homes from Home offer families free self-catering accommodation close to the main Regional Cancer Centres. If they are well enough, the child or young person can …

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Heatherley Wood

by Bellway Homes The project demonstrates how housebuilders can achieve a generous ratio of large windows to walls on forward elevations. As well as a well proportioned ratio between the shape of windows in relation to the facade, including good examples of symmetry between two halves of the elevation. The houses show a good mix …

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Timekeepers Square

by Buttress Architects for Muse Developments The development is located in the Adelphi/Bexley Square Conservation Area and the primary aim of the site was to reinstate the historic street pattern, re-introducing legibility to the streets and strengthen the area’s centrepiece, St Phillips Church. A mix of integrated car parking solutions mean the streets are car-free …

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