The conversion of a disused station to dwellings in Nunhead Green Conservation Area
This disused Victorian Relief Station in the Nunhead Green Conservation Area will be rejuvenated and converted to eight self–contained dwellings, thanks to the planning consent we gained for a developer client.
The appearance of this key unlisted building has been ruined by recent extensions to its principal façade on Consort Road.
The setting of the original buildings will be improved by the removal of these extensions. They will be replaced by an infill building whose form playfully echoes the existing characterful roofscape and entrance arch. The golden copper cladding both defines the contemporary element of the development and harmonises with the London stock brick, which will be restored and returned to its former glory.