Planning permission has been granted for ECE’s second BoKlok modular housing scheme in Littlehampton, West Sussex.
The proposals are to develop the land south of Littlehampton Academy into a bespoke residential development of 112 modular homes, comprising a mixture of houses and apartments, including 30% affordable housing.
Fly-through visual of Fitzalan Road
Open spaces include a community hub located within a central garden as well as a play and seating area with a wildlife pond.
The application site was previously occupied by Littlehampton Comprehensive School, derelict buildings were demolished shortly after the opening of the new Littlehampton Academy.
A simple restrained aesthetic is echoed through the design, reflecting the Scandinavian heritage of BoKlok and of contemporary domestic architecture in the UK. Apartment blocks will feature a neutral buff brick plinth with pebble and charcoal cladding, houses will showcase a brown/grey brick with ceramic slating to the roof.
BoKlok homes are built with timber, the most sustainable and natural building material. Building modular units in a factory setting reduces the scheme’s environmental impact, construction time and traffic.
Construction is underway for our first BoKlok residential scheme, Fulbeck Avenue in Worthing. You can read more about the project here.Share this