This development was erected by the Gas, Light and Coke Company to demonstrate the economic use of gas as a fuel in low rented flats. Facilities included a social club, recreation room, playground and nursery school. Flats have either two or three bedrooms and are arranged in two blocks with seven cores with flats twinned per core. Balconies are semi-recessed and have integral flower boxes. Separate recessed balconies also allow discreet clothes drying. The nursery and playground are built on top of an old gas holder site and hence have an arc shaped plan. The contractor was Bovis Ltd.