This is an excellent example of where infill development can contribute positively to the Heritage place.
The existing Victorian butcher’s shop has been sympathetically restored and converted into a modern, progressive residence.
Careful consideration has been given to the materials palette which clearly defines the junction between the heritage building and the contemporary addition.
The three-storey massing has been contained within the middle of the development with a gentle stepping down of the façade towards its neighbouring residential context.
From what was a tired, run-down shop and residence, the redevelopment has enhanced both the Union and Manallack Street streetscapes and contributed positively to the heritage place.