Latitude House, London

The site was formerly occupied by a petrol station. This was demolished and the underlying contaminated soil removed. The new development has four storeys and contains 12 high quality residential flats. The building has a reinforced concrete framed construction. A major complication was the presence of a railway tunnel close to one corner of the building. Another complication was a deep sewer adjacent to the building. The building has piled foundations and these complications demanded substantial underground transfer structures.

Completed 2005.

Client
Indigo@Latitude

Architect
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Value
£2.1m

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