We are pleased to have secured planning permission for a very substantial new house, set within extensive landscaped grounds in Surrey's Green Belt. The case was a complex one that involved a series of previous planning permissions and refusals on the land, and issues of ecology and trees.
We presented a submission that demonstrated the new house would accord with the restrictive national and local policies that apply to such areas. The design of the house, by Studio Indigo, was of the highest quality, with new grounds for the house. The application progressed smoothly, and planning permission was granted under Delegated Powers by Planning Officers, which minimised the risk for the client and maximised the potential of the land.
Client: private client
Listed building consent has been granted for works to a flat on Mount Street, Mayfair, London. We undertook a heritage appraisal of this George and Peto building which had been modified in parts, but still kept much of its interior. We provided advice to the client and architect, and discussions with the conservation officer saw approval within 8 weeks.
Client: private householder
See the old blog site for more work from
2012 and 2011