Project Summary – Dunedin Mews, Telford Avenue, London, SW2

Leathwaite Development’s latest residential development is Dunedin Mews.  An innovative low carbon development of 2 x two bedroom Duplex Apartments and 1 x two bedroom Penthouse Apartment. The modern exterior design is reflected in the advance construction method and technologies employed throughout the build to create leading edge urban homes.

Design Concept

The design is a creative and innovative solution to the challenge of providing modern urban living. The addition of car parking spaces in an adjoining car park and a quality architectural solution has transformed the previously brownfield site.

The new pedestrian entrance and landscaped amenity space will create a pleasant surrounding for the accommodation. The new landscaping and the addition of a ‘green living’ roof significantly improves the ecological value and bio-diversity of the site.

All three apartments each have their own private entrance, adding to the feeling of a bespoke development. In addition to the communal outside space the Duplex Apartments also both benefit from their own private outdoor space.

Each apartment will have an allocated parking space in a secure car park. Secure pedestrian access will allow entry from the parking spaces directly into the development’s amenity space.


Two Duplex Apartments are provided at ground and first floor level with living, kitchen and dining accommodation at ground floor with two bedrooms and a bathroom for each unit above.


The Penthouse Apartment provides both bedroom and living accommodation on one level running across the top floor of the building.

Code for Sustainable Homes

The UK Government laid the foundations for greener housing when it launchedthe Code for Sustainable Homes in 2007.

Code for Sustainable HomesThe Code uses a 1 to 6 star ratingsystem to communicate the overall sustainability performance of a new home. The Code is voluntary for privately built housing but it was agreed as part of  the planning process that Dunedin Mews be built to a achieve a minimum of Code Level 3. Level 1 of the code is above regulatory standards and Level 3 represents current Best Practice for sustainable construction.

To find out more details of the Sustainable elements of the development click here.

The Dunedin Mews development has been independently assessed after completion by Stroma and certified as achieving Level 3 of the Code for Sustainable Homes. To view a copy of the certification click here.

Architects & Engineers

Do you need input into a Project or are you looking for a specialist ICF Contractor?
Contact us


Are you planning to build your own Sustainable Home and need advice or a specialist ICF Contractor? Contact us


Are you a Main Contractor looking for a specialist ICF Contractor for a project?
Contact us