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Stanta commence works in North West Cambridge

Posted on: 18 February 2024

Stanta commence works in North West Cambridge

Stanta are delighted to have secured and commenced works on 2 new developments in North West Cambridge with long term key client Hill Partnerships. The Lot 4 and M3 projects at Knights Park in Eddington are two new apartment buildings located on opposite sides of the development. 

The Knights Park development forms part of the vast North West Cambridge redevelopment plan and has been a project in which the Hill Group have had a large part to play. Located within Eddington, an exciting new area conceived by the University of Cambridge, the energy-efficient homes at Knights Park are currently available across three distinct phases.

Lot M3 occupies a landmark site within Cambridge University’s Eddington development, providing 106 highly sustainable private sale apartments that will complete the central market square. A striking east facing façade of stepping box bay balconies overlooks the new cricket pitch.

The apartments are arranged in two terraces around a central long gallery that gives light and airy circulation. This compact courtyard and rich architectural modelling echo the intricacy of historic Cambridge in a contemporary idiom. The low carbon (Code for Sustainable Homes Level 5) building ranges in height from three to five storeys, with most homes having dual aspect accommodation.

The Lot 4 development is an 88 dwelling scheme is the third of Alison Brooks Architects’ projects in Eddington, Cambridge’s first net-zero carbon urban extension. The buildings are composed of a mix of one bed and two bed apartments and three bed and four bed houses. The buildings define a strong street edge. The facades are broken down by inset balconies, projecting porches, dormer windows and double height inset entrances.

Stanta scope on the projects consists of a mix of SFS framing, Boarding, Window and Door support plates and more. Work began onsite in Q1 2024. For more information please visit our projects page.