The scheme comprises 15 blocks in total and 559 dwellings. Some of the blocks are linked but are provided with visual separation in the form of recessed or reduced height link elements, and some of the blocks are linked by under croft car parking with landscaped podiums of the roof of the parking. The landscape design is fully integrated with the design of the buildings and is a key component of the development. Large, open plazas between the blocks are surfaced with high quality block paving and provide space for socialising and play.
Extensive planting brings texture, colour, movement and seasonal variation to the spaces, and tree planting helps to soften built form. The scheme has sought to create an inspiring and high quality landscape within which play is incorporated in natural features such as stone boulders and balance equipment, but also more structured play equipment at key locations. The Riverside Walk provides a well-designed public realm that encourages active travel and opens up the river bank of the River Cray to the public.