The scheme is an exemplar of meticulous and good quality external design within an urban residential environment, unifying a diverse variety of buildings and responding sensitively to a designated setting. The project provides a refined example of suburban brownfield remodelling. As a design and build contract this project is an example of modern procurement methods employed to deliver a successful and economic solution which has faithfully and accurately reflects the design intent.
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Churchman Landscape Architects Limited
Urban/suburban green space
Shortlisted for an LI Award 2015
Originally conceived in 2007 Macaulay Walk is a mixed use residential led scheme providing 98 dwellings in Clapham Old Town, South London.
Design and Build Contractor: Galliford Try; Architect: Assael; Structural Engineers: Buro Happold; M+E Engineers: Hurley Palmer Flatt; Cost Consultants: Davis Langdon
The Macaulay Walk project is representative of the recent regeneration of Clapham Old Town. There have been recent Public Realm improvements to Venn Street and the reworking of the bus station known as Clapham Gateway along with residential led developments of Wingate Square and individual residential projects along Macaulay Road including the Michael Squire houses.