The works comprise the design and construction of accommodation for 41 homeless people. The scheme was designed to be constructed in a sustainable manner using products and processes that reduce environmental impact, better adapt to climate change, with lower running costs, and incorporating features that enhance the health and well-being of constructors, occupiers and the wider community.
This house is set within a Conservation Area, an Area of Archaeological Significance (AAS), and Rural Land Beyond the Green Belt. We completed planning and detail design drawings to Tender Stage. The works are now successfully complete. Photos currently withheld.
This house, built we understand, in 1871, is set within a Conservation Area, and it is Grade II listed (included for group value according to listing made in 1987). The property is located within a set of 6 terraced cottages, all red brick with step pitched roofs, with a rear catslide roof. The reason for work to be done to the property was primarily to add a painting studio space
This house belonging to a young family, is set within a Conservation Area. The design included a single storey extension, a revised ground floor plan, and a loft conversion with a wetroom shower room. The stair to the loft is very tiny in line with the client’s wish to avoid affecting other rooms. However it actually achieved building control approval. The new room at the rear has large sliding folding
The House is a semi-detached Victorian house with brick elevations under a pitched and tiled pitched roof with expressed gables fronting onto the road. It is set within a Conservation Area. The property arranged over three floors has been divided into three flats, all owned by the applicant. The proposed extension for this building is a relatively small two storey side extension and a small rear extension. The proposals include
This house is a substantial detached property set within an attractive street in South London. The Victorian brick property is owned by the applicants and is their family home. The works being designed include extension, basement and roof work. Energy saving is a key consideration.