Fourfoursixsix sorted for flats on Royal Mail site

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Nine Elms development is practice’s biggest UK project

Young Anglo-Thai practice Fourfoursixsix has won planning for its biggest UK scheme so far.

The 280,000sq ft mixed-use scheme for Galliard Homes, on the site of a former Royal Mail sorting office at Nine Elms Parkside, will contain 262 homes in three buildings of 11 to 13 storeys.

The blocks will be built mostly from brick, but pre-cast concrete will used on the façade with both polished and acid-etched finishes. Camlins has designed a communal garden at first-floor level.

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