Situated in Erith overlooking the River Thames, our latest scheme in Bexley creates 30 new apartments comprised of one and two bedrooms units.
Noviun worked closely with our client Bexley Co and the local residents to deliver a scheme on a complex infill site that sits harmoniously with its context.
As with all our projects we’ve worked to create a scheme that focuses on sustainability, good quality architecture , health and well-being.
The scheme dispenses with fossil fuel gas heating, instead a centralised air source heat pump system with low temperature distribution serves all the apartments where each unit has a water to water heat pump.
By optimising the orientation of the scheme 90% of the apartments contain dual purpose living spaces and a maximum number of flats enjoy views of the river Thames.
At ground floor level the flats have been designed to harness a change in level to increase privacy so whilst the window sills in these apartments are at mid height internally, they are set above pedestrian eye level when viewed from the pavement.
Architect & Lead Consultant
Centralised Air Source Heat Pumps
Tight Urban Site
Andy is one of our Managing Directors and is responsible for all aspects relating to developing the practice digital strategy.
Andy is heavily involved in the Information Management delivery within the office and is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the management of information processes within a BIM environment on all projects across the practice.