The London Borough of Richmond refused permission for extensions at a house within a conservation area, and one which has been identified as a 'building of townscape merit': the Council's local listing. We appealed against this refusal and worked closely with the client and architects to present a case that the extensions would not lead to any harm to the building, the conservation area or neighbours. We were very pleased to have the appeal allowed.
Client: private householder
Building has been completed on a scheme for the redevelopment of a former industrial site within the Green Belt, just south of Windsor. Five houses replaced the dilapidated buildings on the site, with issues of amenity, traffic, Green Belt, trees and design all resolved.
Client: private developer
See the old blog site for more work from
2012 and 2011