Shoeburyness, Greater London
After periodic use in the early nineteenth century, the Royal Artillery at Woolwich established a permanent practice and testing station on an isolated site at Shoeburyness in the 1850s. The site has recently been redeveloped, but still retains many Listed Buildings which have been converted into various uses.
OSP Architecture were involved with later phases of the development including the renovation of dilapidated buildings, the rebuilding of former artillery stores, a scheme for a heritage visitor centre and the final phase of housing.
What House? 2012 Bronze Award – ‘Best House’
Shortlisted for the Housebuilder Awards 2012 – ‘Best design for 3 storeys or fewer’