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Last chance to buy at Queens Gate Mews

June 6th, 2015


Flat 10 at Queens Gate Mews has been totally refurbished after rental tenancy and is now available to buy with no ongoing chain and vacant possession.

Flat 10 Queens Gate Mews Lounge

Large Living Area

Flat 10 is an excellent two double bedroom apartment with two stunning bathrooms (one en-suite) and stylish kitchen, all newly refurbished to a high standard and just a couple of minutes from Queens Road Peckham station.

The property also benefits from oak engineered flooring throughout, secure entry system and a new 125 year lease.

The property is available with the display furnishings included and comes as a complete package. There is also garden access and bike storage within the grounds of the development. This area is currently the subject of gentrification with both Council and private investment.

Since Queens Road Peckham station joined the London Overground network in 2012, this area has been seriously hotting up. Get on board now for exceptional Zone 2 living with direct trains to both Victoria and London Bridge.

The real estate agent for the apartment is Gareth James Property. You can view the full listing at http://www.garethjames.com/sales/queens-road-peckham-se15-490

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Groundwork Piling at Queens Road

September 26th, 2007


Piling at Queens RoadLocal residents and commuters using Queens Road Peckham Station will have noticed an unusual sight last week as a large Piling Rig came to drill foundations for the second phase of development at the Queens Road site operated by Accurate Developments.

Elsewhere on site, drainage and groundwork was also being completed whilst foundations were completed in each area of the site. Canon Piling provided the rig and drilled the piles to depth whilst Accurate staff installed drainage and utility supply to the new site. Piling began on Monday 17 and was completed by Monday 24 September 2007.

More about Piling

At over forty metres tall, the Piling Rig was a massive machine but a baby compared to rigs used on much taller buildings. It drills through the ground, removes the content, and replaces it with concrete columns that “pile down” to the firm foundations below the London Clay. In terms of the technical aspect of these piles, the mathematics works in much the same way as column used in a high-rise building that sits on firm ground foundations. In this case however, the firm foundations of hardened rock are well below surface level and/or friction against the piles maintains stability. In turn, the reinforced concrete slab sits on top of the piles before the steel uprights are aligned in the same relative position above. At this stage, the building begins to take shape but it is only possible due the preparation of the building’s foundation.

Piling replaces the need for the “typical foundation” used in most buildings. The most common type of foundation is a shallow channel that runs the perimeter of the building. In contrast, Piling foundations are circular but borrow deep into the ground and are placed to withstand the stresses of the building above. Piling also assists the engineers to deal with local obstacles within the vicinity and ensures the ground remains stable. This was particularly important since the land borders the railway arches of Queens Road Peckham Station.

Additional Images

Piling at Phase 2 Piling Close Up Piling Rig Against Phase 1

Reducing Levels Drainage Pipe Laid Mixing Concrete

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Accurate assists local residents association

September 24th, 2007


ARARA Shop at Queens RoadAccurate Developments have assisted ARARA (The Astbury Road Area Residents Association) in presenting plans for the regeneration of housing façades in the Astbury Road and Colls Road area of SE15.

As part of Accurate’s commitment to the local area in which it operates, Accurate made available one of the retail units (that fronts Queens Road) so that ARARA could present proposals to local residents and provide feedback to Southwark Council.

Whilst the unit was not complete and available for immediate commercial occupancy, Accurate ensured that it fit the purposes of the residents association by providing temporary sections within the unit and enclosing all electricity and pipework to fulfil HSE and public liability requirements. As a result, the unit was made available on a temporary basis and allowed ARARA to engage other local residents with the regeneration scheme to provide input and approval of the plans.

Astbury Road is adjacent to Phase 1 of the Queens Road development (Queens Bridge Mews) so it was an ideal location to host the presentation that took place over two days on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd September 2007.

Site Manager at Queens Road, John Nolan, comments:

We were delighted to be asked to assist the local residents association with this endeavour. We have worked closely in the past to ensure ARARA and local residents were aware of our developments. Making information accessible is very important and we thank the hard working committee for inviting us to become involved with this display.

The “regeneration scheme” consists of improvements to the front of buildings by improving brickwork and gates at the front of each property. Four designs have been shortlisted and put forward for consideration. The residents of each road must decide which style of improvements they prefer and pay a small contribution to those improvements with Southwark Council paying the remainder.

Additional Images:

Temporary ARARA Shop

Presentation of Recommendations

Astbury / Colls Road Plans

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Phase 2: Queens Road Station, SE15

September 14th, 2007


Phase 2: View from Queens RoadPhase Two of the exciting Queens Gate Mews development at Queens Road, SE15 has now received planning approval from Southwark Council. The development by Accurate Developments will create a showcase development within yards of Queens Road Peckham mainline railway station.

Architects, Assael Architecture, and structural engineers, Fluid Structures, have worked on the planning of the project for over twelve months. The team originally worked together on the initial phase of the Queens Road project and have joined forces once again to complete the Queens Road gateway.

The development comprises nine two-bedroom apartments (within two distinct blocks) and approximately 500 m² of commercial retail space. The development will provide luxury modern apartments with great links to the City of London and the City of Westminster.

London Bridge is less than seven minutes by train with Victoria around ten minutes away with fantastic connections beyond. Direct trains are also available to locations throughout South London via the Southern network.

The development will add to and benefit the local area by providing additional retail space for a larger retail outlet as well as providing valuable natural surveillance of the area adjacent to Queens Road Peckham station.

Artists impressions:

Queens Road Phase 2: Interior View

Phase 2: Bird’s Eye - Interior View

Phase 2: Queens Road Aerial

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Phase 1: Queens Gate Mews, SE15

April 30th, 2007


Queens Gate Mews - Phase I

Phase I of Queens Gate Mews, SE15 has been released for purchase.

There are six apartments available starting from £250,000 [leasehold] set within a secure gated mews style development perfectly located for Queens Road station with only a 7 minute journey time to London Bridge or 10 minutes to London Victoria.

Each modern apartment includes:

  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • One Bathroom plus One Shower Room
  • Modern security features within a gated mews development
    • Incl. Entry Phones
  • Choice of Satellite Television

Queens Gate Mews will ultimately comprise of two further stages. Phase 2 includes 2 commercial units plus additional 2 & 3 bedroom apartments overlooking Queens Road and is due for rental release during June 2007.

Phase 3 of the Queens Gate project will be completed during 2008 and shall include retail units and additional residential apartments.

Available from Acorn New Homes on 020 8663 4466

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