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The Stonebridge Hillside Hub is a mixed use development in Stonebridge, north-west London. The two wings accommodate a Health Centre and a Retail Unit, both wings have mixed tenure Residential Units on the upper floors, and the two wings are fused together by a Central Community Facility.

The Stonebridge Hillside Hub, Harlesden by Edward Cullinan Architects

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The Residential Section of the Hub provides 25 apartments for shared ownership, with 16 allocated parking spaces, and 34 units for sale on the open market, each with its own parking space. The 1-bed, 2-bed and Studio Flats look out onto a landscaped garden at the rear of the scheme.

Stonebridge Hillside Hub - Photo- Simon Feneley

The Residential Apartments are designed to National Housing Scheme Development Standards, are covered by a 12 year NHBC warranty and are rated EcoHomes, 'Very Good'. The Apartments won the, What House, Silver Award, for Best Starter Home 2009 and the Hub was shortlisted for the Best Housing project in the Building Awards 2009.

  Stonebridge Hillside Hub - Photo- Simon Feneley

The Hillside Hub won the Mail on Sunday, British Homes Award, for Mixed-use Regeneration Development of the Year 2009 and is the subject of a Timber Research & Development Association (TRADA) case study.

For more information on Edward Cullinan Architects link to - www.ecarch.co.uk

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