Situated on a brownfield derelict site fronting three roads, adjacent a primary school and opposite a row of shops the project offered the opportunity to redevelop a key site at the heart of the Booth Crescent Estate in Mansfield.  

A key design challenge was to provide active frontages to all of the surrounding streets, and avoiding blank elevations.  This was achieved by using variations of a single house type plan layout to provide alternative window and door positions to suit the specific constraints of the site, whilst maximising the efficiency of repetition associated with using a single house type plan form. 

The scheme was completed for Derwent Living to provide 14 family homes for rent and has transformed a derelict site into much needed high quality family housing. 

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