We have a keen understanding of both what can be achieved, the process of gaining the required permissions, and of working with local Conservation Officers and Councils.
Breathing new life into old properties can be a challenging, but ultimately rewarding process, combining detailed knowledge of period restoration with often contemporary interventions resulting in wonderful family homes.
The Pink House Blackheath
Complete renovation and extension of Grade II listed 4 storey detached house. Working closely with the new owners, designs were developed to reconfigure the house, with a new part 1/part 2 storey side extension on one side of the property and a new single storey extension on the other. Planning and listed building consent were gained at the first time of asking leading to the preparation of detailed construction information. Full project services were provided, including gaining competitive tenders and the oversight of the project through the construction phase to a successful completion.
The design work included much detailed joinery design, new period fireplaces, new cornice, hand finished floorboards and complex modern services throughout.
Lee Road 1
Extension and renovation of Grade II listed Georgian home.
The works comprised the joining of 2 separate dwellings, with a new sweeping stair and the forming of a double height gallery space.
A new single storey garden room extension was provided, alongside reinstated basement accommodation, and the full reconfiguration of the property to provide an stunning family home.
Further works included the gaining of Listed Building consent for a large swimming pool and detached pool house, and the restoration of various garden outbuildings.
Lee Road 2
Extension and renovation of Grade II Listed detached dwelling with contemporary extension.