TateHindle Architects


Surrey Garden Village

TateHindle prepared initial proposals for a new garden village of 1,500 homes and community facilities for a site in Surrey. Previously utilised as an airport, the site offers opportunities to create a landscape-led masterplan that combines the principles that inspired the UK’s original and ever popular garden cities with best practice design approaches appropriate for today’s context.

New community embracing the parkland setting

The design creates a series of neighbourhood clusters that aim to embrace and observe the surrounding landscape. As part of this, several key apartments and civic buildings are strategically positioned throughout the development as ‘architectural moments’ to benefit wayfinding and inform the overall placemaking strategy.

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