In one of the most attractive streets in the Holland Park area, a client wished to have rear and side extensions to their house. There had been a recently dismissed appeal close by for a similar form of development and the Council told our client's architect that there was no chance at all.
We were engaged by the architect to advise on the best strategy for a formal submission. We made a case based on detailed research and policy analysis. The inevitable refusal by RBKC was followed by an appeal, where the Inspector agreed with our appraisal that the extensions would be suited to the property and conservation area, and there was no conflict with the other appeal.
Client: private householder
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