We are excited to announce that we have recently received planning permission for works to an existing residential property within the Blackheath Conservation Area, Blackheath, London.
We are excited to have been commissioned to work on a residential project; reconfiguration, refurbishment and a basement conversion / extension to a house in the Brockley Conservation Area in London SE4.
We are excited to announce that we have been granted planning permission for a project within the Progress Estate, London SE9. This will create a contemporary addition to the existing house but it has been designed to remain in-keeping with the materials to suit the conservation area.
We are pleased to announce that we have submitted planning for a single storey rear extension to a property within the Progress Estate Conservation Area in Eltham.
The Council designated the whole of the Progress Estate as a conservation area in 1971. In so doing they set the area apart as a unique residential area with certain common characteristics between many of the properties, including the use of clay roof tiles or natural slate, and white pebble-dash render to the exterior. These common characteristics give the area a fairly uniform appearance.
It is a 2 storey house with entrance within the front elevation. The house forms part of a terrace of properties constructed in the early 20th Century to house World War 1 munition workers.
The house is within the Conservation Area, some grouped around ‘village greens’, have a variety of styles. The architectural unity of the houses on the estate contributes to its distinctive character. The estate overall is residential in character.