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Plans in: Conversion of Bishop Wood’s Almshouses in Clapton

Plans have been lodged to refurbish the Grade II listed Bishop Wood’s Almshouses, near Clapton Pond, into five flats.

The 17th century almshouses currently contain five studio units, these will be extended to produce three one-bed flats and two two-bed apartments in plans drawn up by Tasou Associates. This has been in part achieved by making the roof space habitable. Although not stated, it appears the new apartments will no longer be almshouses.


Written by Sean Spurr

Sean is lead residential researcher at Apartology. He also runs a bookshop.

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