- 62 new dwelliings
- 68695 Sqft GIA
- 2443 Sqft Residential Amenity
This Grade II listed 1930s building has been brought back to life by converting the upper floors of both the former Police Station and Section House into 62 residential dwellings whilst returning the former gym amongst others to community use.
Given its highly prominent location and serving as local landmark, it is important to ensure that the building attains a long-term viable use which addresses the local needs. The site therefore presented a unique opportunity to deliver a sustainable, design- and heritage-led regeneration scheme that secures the long term future of the building, respecting its history and heritage, adapting to current regulations. The site, located within the London Borough of Merton. The former Police Station was constructed in 1939. It extends to approximately 6,382 sq m (68,695 sq ft). The site measures approximately 0.863 acres (0.349 hectares). An infill courtyard extension, roof extension and new vertical circulation were added to the original structure to deliver 62 residential units.