BPTW gets go-ahead for Kent council housing

BPTW's Whitehill Lane project in Gravesend, seen from Nansen Road

Practice’s 32-home Gravehsam development is ‘100% affordable’

South London-based BPTW Partnership has won planning permission for a 100% affordable housing development created for Gravesham council in Kent.

The practice’s Whitehill Lane scheme in Gravesend includes eight houses and 24 apartments on what BPTW described as a “challenging” site that required the houses to have split-level living rooms leading out on to terraced gardens.

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