Cheers to another BPR win!
The proposal for 44 Reigate Hill Flats has been granted planning permission through appeal!
The scheme transforms an existing car park brownfield site, providing much needed high quality residential accommodation in Reigate town centre.
The new building, comprising of three apartments, is designed to respond to its context and sit sensitively within its leafy setting.
The form of the building creates an elegant and sensitive arrangement with set backs, curves and openings all designed in response to the surrounding buildings. The building is composed of three curved walls wrapping around the corners which bring fluidity and interest to the form whilst containing the building footprint and reducing impact on neighbours.
These are punctuated by timber walls and planes of obscured glass which give lightness and delight to the composition for the residents of Fileturn House and The Dell.