• Image: Hillington Square
  • Image: Hillington Square

Hillington Square Estate

Delivered by Feilden+Mawson, phases 2 – 4 at Hillington Square contributes to the regeneration of the Estate, the renovation of each block, reinvigorating the local community with a sense of pride in their environment.

In addition to full internal fit outs including new kitchens and bathrooms, dwelling layouts have been remodelled with each having new services, increased acoustic and thermal performance to create high quality spaces to meet the demands of modern living.

The refurbishment of each block contributes greatly in the improvement of liveability, appearance, wider public perception and desirability of the estate. It has also contributed towards a safer, less claustrophobic environment that has improved not only the condition of the dwellings but also the energy performance. This has been achieved by improving the quality of homes as well as raising expectations of the residents, creating pride in their living environment and reducing anti-social behaviour and petty crime.

Demolition of walkways and selected demolition between blocks has created significant benefits for the setting of the oldest church in King’s Lynn; All Saints Church. Views to and from the Grade 2 listed church have been opened up along with a pedestrian route through the site adjacent to the churchyard.

Hillington Square Estate was the winner of the Regeneration category at the RICS Awards 2019, as well as being shortlisted for the Residential category.