First residential block core at Millbrook Park Phase 6 handed over in North London

The first completed apartment block core in Phase 6 of the Millbrook Park residential scheme has been handed over in North London.

Millbrook Park, which is being developed by The Inglis Consortium, will regenerate a 34-hectare area near Mill Hill East underground station, providing the basis for a sustainable and attractive community in a popular location for commuters. The newly completed block hosts private-for-sale apartments and a ground floor retail unit which helps to activate the adjacent plaza.

Chapman Taylor has developed the design for four mixed-use residential blocks for Phase 6 of the masterplan, two of which we are now delivering on site. The scheme comprises 392 residential apartments in four blocks of up to six storeys each in height, with a mix of affordable, private-for-sale and shared ownership formats.

The buildings will also accommodate 700m2 of retail and 1,150m2 of R&D office space at ground floor-level – giving the scheme an active street frontage. The development will be served by undercroft car parking.

Chapman Taylor is acting for PolyUK on this residential-led scheme, having inherited the Concept Design from Allies & Morrison, and two of the four blocks are now under construction by Bennett Construction Limited.

Congratulations to The Inglis Consortium and everyone involved on reaching this milestone in delivering a much-needed, attractive and vibrant residential neighbourhood in the sought-after and family-friendly commuter location of Mill Hill.

Chapman Taylor has developed the design for four mixed-use residential blocks for Phase 6 of the masterplan, two of which we are now delivering on site. The scheme comprises 392 residential apartments in four blocks of up to six storeys each in height, with a mix of affordable, private-for-sale and shared ownership formats.

The buildings will also accommodate 700m2 of retail and 1,150m2 of R&D office space at ground floor-level – giving the scheme an active street frontage. The development will be served by undercroft car parking.

Chapman Taylor is acting for PolyUK on this residential-led scheme, having inherited the Concept Design from Allies & Morrison, and two of the four blocks are now under construction by Bennett Construction Limited.

Congratulations to The Inglis Consortium and everyone involved on reaching this milestone in delivering a much-needed, attractive and vibrant residential neighbourhood in the sought-after and family-friendly commuter location of Mill Hill.

Phillip Durrans (BSc(Hons))

董事, 伦敦

Phillip joined Chapman Taylor’s Manchester studio in 2007 and successfully led the delivery team for the award-winning Trinity Leeds project. He relocated to the London studio in 2014 and became a Director in 2015.

With over 15 years’ post-qualification experience, he has an established track record leading and delivering complex city centre regeneration projects.

He has been instrumental in developing Chapman Taylor’s design management and BIM capabilities working in collaborative environments with multi-discipline design teams and continues to be involved in our continuous improvement initiatives.

Areas of expertise:

Retail / Office / Design Management

Lucy Flintoff (BA(hons), BArch, MA, ARB, RIBA)

副董事, 伦敦

Lucy joined Chapman Taylor in 2012 and has an established track record having worked on a number of award-winning high profile projects from concept to delivery.

Having played a key role in London studio’s Senior Architect group, Sustainability Group and the Technical Panel, Lucy became an Associate Director in 2017 and has strong expertise in leading and managing large design teams on major projects.

Areas of expertise:

Retail / Mixed-use / Leisure / Delivery

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