JOCO are currently at stage 3-4 of this large-scale Build-to-rent residential scheme in Kingston.
The scheme comprises of 506 units of premium build-to-rent accommodation, 10,000 square foot of flexible office space, artisan retail, new public gyms and cycle pavilions.
This is a scheme with placemaking and public realm at its heart for one of the most prominent BTR owner-operators in the UK.
JOCO Architects won this scheme through its proposition to develop a holistic strategy and approach for BTR in the capital that embodies community creation, social cohesion and a ‘culture of building’. ‘We strive to create homes that people want to move into, stay living in, driving high occupancy levels and stabilisation’. This project has brought to the fore Jo Cowen’s ability to manage key stakeholders and GLA/LA partnering and whilst developing a schematic that achieves optimises efficiency and viability.
PLANNING CONSULTANT: INDIGO
PROJECT MANAGERS: RAME
SCOPE: 506 Residential units.
10,000 Sqaure foot of co-working space, artisan retail, restaurant, cycle pavilions + new cycling routes public realm to include new artisan square and food quarter.
Residents who feel a sense of community, fostered by shared ameneties, communal outdoor space and scaleable living, will rent for longer periods, which again contributes to a sense of belonging and strengthens community ties.