AHR SECTORS
RESIDENTIAL

QUAYSIDE
QUARTER

  • AHR IS DESIGNING TWO BLOCKS AS PART OF A COLLABORATIVE WIDER TEAM REDEVELOPING QUAYSIDE QUARTER TO CREATE A NEW EMPLOYMENT-LED, MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT WITH PLACEMAKING AT ITS HEART, LOCATED ON THE SITE OF THE FORMER HONEY MONSTER FACTORY IN SOUTHALL. AHR IS ONE OF FOUR ARCHITECTS WORKING ON THE SCHEME, ALONG WITH EPR, LEVITT BERNSTEIN, PRS AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS GILLESPIES.

  • AHR's two blocks 'Block E' and Block F' supports the wider masterplan which aims to provide much-needed new houses and new spaced dedicated for people to live, work and relax in the heart of Southall, alongside an enclave serving as a creative industrial hub for the films or arts industry to enjoy.

    Block E and F are designed to signal the gateway at the eastern Glade Lane character area and the homes enjoy extensive views across Glade Lane Canalside Park with access to private and communal amenity.  

    Block E comprises 6 to 10 storeys and 136 homes, and forms the south east boundary of Quayside Quarter and the main eastern entrance to the Canal Walk. The structure resembles trellis wraps around a brick canvas design, and complements Glade Lane Park.

    Block F provides 319 homes, is located to the north eastern edge of the site and is formed by three residential buildings above a podium plinth, with 10 to 22 storeys. Workshops with a mezzanine and a new GP surgery form the ground floor along Healum Avenue, along with light industrial space. Duplex apartments along Glade Lane enjoy natural street surveillance.

    All homes will have access to private amenity and communal gardens at podium level. The majority of the site’s mature trees have been retained, which, along with new biodiverse planting, will create a sustainable and green neighbourhood where the community can thrive.

    Image Top and Image Right courtesy of EPR

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