Sterling Place Location City: New Malden, London

Modern apartments designed to the highest possible sustainability standards

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London, Manchester
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Seven blocks of 456 new one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, of which 169 will be affordable homes. 240 electric charging points, over 900 cycle storage spaces.
Under construction

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Revitalising an historic brown field site

'Sterling Place' is set to revitalise the historic site once owned by Bradbury Wilkinson & Co in New Malden, London. The project, for which Chapman Taylor is the architect, aims to provide 456 new one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, of which 169 will be affordable homes.

Designed with environmental sustainability in mind

Sterling Place incorporates eco-friendly features, including podium gardens, play areas, and extensive tree and shrub planting, contributing to a 10% biodiversity net gain in the area. Each energy-efficient home is projected to achieve an EPC rating of B or above. The site boasts 240 electric charging points, over 900 cycle storage spaces, and solar panels, showcasing a commitment to green living.

Design narrative that weaves together the past and present

Sterling Place, replacing a derelict former print works, features nods to the original site's history through muted green tones and patterns inspired by early 1900s banknotes. The development consists of seven staggered-height blocks, ranging from seven to fourteen storeys, offering panoramic views over south-west London and towards the City.

Sterling Place is scheduled for completion in 2027, with the first phase delivering homes in Winter 2025.

Michael Swiszczowski (BA(Hons), MArch, ADPPA, ARB, RIBA)

Director, UK

Michael joined Chapman Taylor in 2016 to strengthen the practice’s residential expertise. He joined the UK Board in 2022 and continues to take an active role in developing the practice’s residential and hospitality sectors across the UK business.

He has experience working on award-winning residential projects, with a particular focus on Build-to-Rent, student accommodation, hotels, serviced apartments and modular construction.

Michael is a regular speaker at residential and property conferences where he articulates Chapman Taylor’s design approach and skill sets. He is also a RIBA-elected member of the Regional Council for RIBA North West.

Areas of expertise:

Residential / Build-to-Rent / Student Accommodation / Hotels

Rachel Rogerson (BA (Hons), Dip Arch)

Director, UK

Rachel is an accomplished design team leader and has worked on many of Chapman Taylor’s flagship projects in the UK and internationally since joining in 2006.

She leads the in-house UK technical group for the business, providing support and advice on regulatory issues. She has over 20 years of experience, with a particular focus on leading complex technical projects and design management of major projects across multiple sectors. Rachel was promoted to the UK Board in 2023 and splits her time between the London and Manchester studios.

Areas of expertise:

Specialist Fit Out / Leisure / Retail / Higher Education / Residential / Design Delivery / Design Management

Simon Marlin (BSc (Hons) PgDip Arch RIBA ARIAS)

Associate Director, UK

Simon joined Chapman Taylor in 2015 and has played a central role in the detailed design and technical delivery of some major Chapman Taylor projects of recent years, including the mixed-use Port Baku Tower 2 in Azerbaijan, the Kampus Build-to-Rent residential scheme and Manchester Goods Yard office headquarters.

Having studied architecture at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Simon is an experienced architect and BIM expert and plays a key role in our continual improvement of the use of technology to support the design process where he works closely with our in-house BIM team.

Simon’s technical design expertise has been an invaluable element of our successful delivery of complex schemes in the residential and workplace sectors.

Areas of expertise:

Design Delivery / Workplace / Residential

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