Streets at West Green Place will include orchards and food growing
Planning permission has been granted for 126-home residential development West Green Place on brownfield land in Haringey, north London.
The team includes landscape architect B|D working with design consultancy HTA Design and architect Dyvik Kahlen, and is a development by affordable starter homes specialist, Pocket Living.
Plans are arranged around a green spinal road, with food-growing areas, an urban orchard, SuDS features, and informal play areas. Sculptural street furniture will act as a buffer between vehicular and pedestrian areas. Two new public squares will serve as a gateway at the northern end of the site, and link to neighbouring Downhills Park at the southern end.
B|D senior landscape architect Jack Dilworth said: ‘The new public realm will be pedestrian friendly, have a lively community focus, and provide improved walkable connections for local residents.’