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Project
Juniper House
Year
2017–current
Client
London Borough of Waltham Forest and Hill
Site Area
0.37
Number of homes
91
Homes per hectare
245
Local authority
Waltham Forest Council

Juniper House is a mixed-use development in the heart of Walthamstow Town Centre that includes 91 new mixed-tenure homes. The project for Waltham Forest Council will provide flexible commercial and cultural space adjacent to the train station. Alongside the much-needed new homes, the development includes a new nursery for 53 local children.

PTE’s design resolves intricate technical and legal constraints along the two railway and highways boundaries of the council-owned site. Previously a vacant office building, Juniper House creates a new, sustainable located, mixed-use neighbourhood where more than 50% of the homes are affordable.

The new buildings range from 2 to 16 storeys to respond to two different contexts – residential neighbourhoods and the evolving town centre. The landscape design creates a new communal garden for residents, a new garden square adjacent to the nursery and secure nursery play space.

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