Belsize Architects hopes to succeed where AHMM failed

Belsize Architects' Wilmer Place proposals set to start on site in Stoke Newington

Work due to start on Abney Park project - on site of mothballed supermarket scheme

Work is set to start on a Belsize Architects-designed mews development in north London that will deliver 19 homes and around 900sq m of commercial space.

Created for Casa Bella Developments, the Wilmer Place scheme sits within the Stoke Newington conservation area and is a stone’s throw from Abney Park – one of the capital’s “magnificent seven” garden cemeteries.

The wider site has a controversial history. In 2014, AHMM won consent for a scheme that would have delivered a supermarket and 53 new flats, but the scheme foundered after the anchor retailer Sainsbury’s pulled out.

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