Form Architecture | 29 Mile End Road
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29 Mile End Road

The proposal was for the conversion of the existing Grade II listed office building in to three residential units comprising one 4 bedroom unit and two 2 bedroom units. The site is located within the boundary of the Stepney Green conservation area  and adjacent to the site are the Trinity Green Almshouses which were built by Christopher Wren in 1695.

The proposals included the creation of a contemporary glazed roof structure and roof terraces to the single storey rear buildings with support from the Borough’s Conservation Officer.