The houses’ form was kept simple, solid and built to a high standard to create a well-designed urban space, which complements and enhances the surrounding area. An extensive, collaborative consultation process was undertaken with the local planning officers and the club members. Incorporating many of their suggestions into the design resulted in a successful integration of the scheme into the neighbouring areas. The materials used match the local palette, with the use of brick and concrete roof tiles, whereas the scale and height of the dwellings contributes to the variety of street and roof scape. A clear ‘front and back’ relationship has been created through fenestration layout, which is typical to the existing houses around the site.