View north toward Dalston Square

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Roseberry Place Elevation

Beechwood Road

View over Dalston Square at 5th floor

View over London at 11th floor roof terrace

 

Holy Trinity Primary School

Dalston

Vibe by Telford Homes is the residential development that sits over the new Holy Trinity Primary School at Dalston Square. From the first iteration to the last, the residential element of the development increased from about 30 apartments to 101 between 2009 and 2013 as funding was cut. At the same time the new London Housing Design Guide and Hackney's own Design Standards were published making for a dynamic design evolution.

With the arrangement of the school at lower levels taking priority, the residential building above avoids disrupting the circulation and organisation of the school below by positioning the residential cores at the most northerly and southerly points of the building. The entrance foyers at Dalston Square and Forest Road serve the 30 one, 40 two and 31 three bedroom apartments at fourth to tenth floor allowing the uninterrupted central space for the school and its facilities.

more about the school


Description: 2FE Primary School with 101 one, two and three bedroom apartments.

Site: 0.4Ha

GIA: 9,550 sqm (residential only) 

Value: £28m

Status: completed October 2016


Client: Holy Trinity CofE Primary School, London Diocese Board of Schools & LB. Hackney

Developer: Telford Homes Plc.

Planning Consultant: CMA Planning

Landscape Arch.: Standerwick Design

Transport: Caneparo Associates

RT Team: James Ford