Dowen Farmer gets green light for backland mews scheme

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Mews scheme on challenging site seeks to provide vibrant public realm

Dowen Farmer Architects has received planning permission from Enfield Council for a housing scheme in Oakwood.

Oakwood Mews will see a disused garage plot off Oakwood Parade transformed into a tertiary street with mews housing which sits between a primary residential street and close to existing transport infrastructure. The intention is that the building sensitively slots into the backland site, occupying the same footprint as the existing garages.

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