Have your say on York Way

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Cambridge Road proposal

York Way is part of the Kingston Small Sites Affordable Housing Programme being delivered by The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames to provide affordable council-owned housing in small sites across Kingston.

The proposals comprise of the redevelopment of the existing poorly maintained car parking area to the west of the series of housing blocks located at the end of York Way and will consist of a 5 storey building comprising 24 homes with a mix of one, two and three bedroom homes with 12 car parking spaces provided in a car park at the northern end of the new building and about 36 cycle parking spaces.

There will be a major upgrade to the existing play and amenity provision, which will benefit both the new and existing residents.

All flats will be dual aspect and will benefit from private gardens or balconies oriented towards Garrison Lane and overlooking the newly created open space. As the proposal will introduce significant new landscaping, it will greatly improve the setting for the surrounding established residential blocks and its residents by replacing the current hardstanding with greenery, planting and play space.

The design also allows for a new pedestrian route through the space providing an alternative car fee route to the adjacent station. New tree and shrub planting will be provided creating an attractive green outlook for all homes looking out onto this new space. Existing bin stores will be maintained and a new recycling compound will be created to house the existing recycling bins. Car parking for the new homes will be provided in a small car park at the northern end of the new block.

Have your say!

Join our public exhibitions online via webinar:

  • Wednesday 24 June from 2-4pm
  • Thursday 25 June from 6-8pm

Submit your feedback online by Friday 10 July.

To take part in this consultation please visit: yorkwaykingston.co.uk.

York Way is part of the Kingston Small Sites Affordable Housing Programme being delivered by The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames to provide affordable council-owned housing in small sites across Kingston.

The proposals comprise of the redevelopment of the existing poorly maintained car parking area to the west of the series of housing blocks located at the end of York Way and will consist of a 5 storey building comprising 24 homes with a mix of one, two and three bedroom homes with 12 car parking spaces provided in a car park at the northern end of the new building and about 36 cycle parking spaces.

There will be a major upgrade to the existing play and amenity provision, which will benefit both the new and existing residents.

All flats will be dual aspect and will benefit from private gardens or balconies oriented towards Garrison Lane and overlooking the newly created open space. As the proposal will introduce significant new landscaping, it will greatly improve the setting for the surrounding established residential blocks and its residents by replacing the current hardstanding with greenery, planting and play space.

The design also allows for a new pedestrian route through the space providing an alternative car fee route to the adjacent station. New tree and shrub planting will be provided creating an attractive green outlook for all homes looking out onto this new space. Existing bin stores will be maintained and a new recycling compound will be created to house the existing recycling bins. Car parking for the new homes will be provided in a small car park at the northern end of the new block.

Have your say!

Join our public exhibitions online via webinar:

  • Wednesday 24 June from 2-4pm
  • Thursday 25 June from 6-8pm

Submit your feedback online by Friday 10 July.

To take part in this consultation please visit: yorkwaykingston.co.uk.