Cambium is a selection of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments and 3, 4 and 5-bedroom houses located in leafy Southfields, between Wimbledon and Putney.
Cambium has been designed to provide optimum green and sustainable living for each and every one of its residents.
The design strategy will see green roofs, living walls and the planting of over 30 new trees. All plans have evolved around the retention of the 200 year old oak tree, central to the scheme. The creation of a vibrant outdoor community is vital for Cambium, and as such natural play areas and scattered seating have been included to help create a pleasant neighbourhood.
Within the living spaces, only environmentally sound LED lighting will be used, though all homes have also been designed to maximise natural light. Air source heat pumps will be included with The Houses which actively avoid the burning of fossil fuels, and extensive water saving methods have been used throughout the development, with even the roof water directed straight into our planters.
One of our key aspirations right from the inception of the development has been centred around health and wellbeing – how residents can live well and healthily within their homes and their surroundings. This ethos has informed
· New Show Home now open - contact us on 020 3600 2223 to arrange a viewing
· A collection of apartments and houses located within a new leafy neighbourhood
· Private outdoor space for all homes; gardens, terraces or balconies
· A stunning communal urban meadow at the heart of the development
· Zone 3 location and just 18 mins to London Waterloo, from Putney Station
· Nearby Putney High Street offers wealth of shops and restaurants
· Car parking for all houses
· Cycle storage for all homes
Sustainable living inside and out
A tranquil ‘urban village’ location surrounded by protected parkland
Excellent transport connections and proximity to the bustling Putney High Street
20 minutes’ walk to the All England Tennis Club in Wimbledon
Landscaped communal spaces designed around a retained 200-year-old oak tree believed to have been planted by renowned landscape architect, Capability Brown.