Pell Frischmann is delighted to announce Twickenham Station Yard, a residential scheme comprising of 46 new homes in West London, has been granted approval by Richmond Council.
Part of a wider transformation of the surrounding area in the London Borough of Richmond, Twickenham Station Yard aims to regenerate an underused car park, close to Twickenham town centre, into a six-storey scheme that respects the character of the nearby conservation areas and Victorian housing.
Managed by Solum, a partnership between Network Rail and Kier Property, Pell Frischmann will be delivering Structural and Civil Engineering consultancy on this community-benefitting scheme, collaborating closely with London architect firm Wimshurst Pelleriti.
Juliano Chapon, Associate and Project Manager, Pell Frischmann, said: “Regenerating this brownfield site is incredibly challenging; Twickenham Station Yard is located within a constrained site, with Network Rail tracks next to the northern boundary and water and sewer infrastructure running directly through the site. Unlocking this complex development site will greatly help with the area’s revitalisation and it is a challenge our Civil Structures Team can’t wait to start on!”.
Pell Frischmann is looking forward to working alongside Network Rail, Kier Property and Wimshurst Pelleriti and excited to transform this popular area in West London.
We continue to follow safeguarding measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Pell Frischmann looks forward to working with our client and partners to provide a safe and maintainable service throughout the scheme.