Our Projects

Successful Appeal – Erection of a five-bedroom dwellinghouse

We successfully appealed against the decision by Richmond Upon Thames London Borough Council to refuse planning permission for the erection of a five-bedroom dwellinghouse with associated outbuildings, parking and landscaping following demolition of the existing bungalow in Teddington.

The inspector agreed that the new dwellinghouse had an acceptable effect on the character and surrounding area and that the development was of high architectural and urban design quality.

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Successful Application – Replacement dwelling in the Green Belt and Conservation Area

Planning was approved for the replacement dwelling in Maidenhead, including the construction of an outdoor swimming pool and associated studio building with associated parking and landscaping, following demolition of the existing dwelling and outbuildings. The dwelling is located within the Green Belt and a Conservation Area. The Council’s ecologist requested bat surveys to be undertaken and this was successfully resolved.

We provided an amendment to the withdrawn application of a similar proposal. Planning permission was granted without appeal.

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Planning approved for the demolition of the existing dwelling and detached garage and replacement with a 2 storey dwelling + garage in a Conservation Area

We were approached to submit an application for the demolition of the existing dwelling and detached garage and replacement with a 2 storey, part single storey, 5 bedroomed dwelling with a basement plus a detached single storey garage and associated works. The site is located within the open countryside.

Success – Permission granted within 8 weeks.

Planning approved for a new dwellinghouse with associated parking and landscaping

We were approached by the client to advise and submit a planning application for the erection of a new dwellinghouse with associated parking and landscaping following the demolition of the existing house in Hampton Wick. The permission was delayed as bat surveys were required but this was resolved and permission duly granted.

Architect | Simon Brown Architects | England

Two storey rear extension and conversion of garage into habitable space within the Green Belt and Conservation Area

We were contacted by the client to provide a planning and heritage statement for the proposed front porch, part single part two storey rear extension and conversion of garage to habitable space, following demolition of rear extension in Guildford. The site is within the Green Belt and Conservation Area.

The proposal design was amended due to the size and scale however a new proposal was found to be a proportional enlargement to the original dwelling and thus would not be inappropriate development in the Green Belt as concluded by the Officer.

Success – Permission granted

Architects Richmond – 50 Degrees North Architects

Successful Application – Single storey side/rear extension and alterations to external finish and fenestration in Green Belt and Conservation Area

We submitted an application for a single storey side/rear extension, first floor front/side extension, 2no. side canopies, alterations to the external finish and fenestration and 3no. rooflights to the existing detached outbuilding in Cookham.

Plans were amended following an objection from a Neighbour and concerns over ecology. Once the plans were amended and a Bat Survey was conducted the application was granted full planning permission by the LPA.

Planning approved for single-storey front extension to Brooklands Hotel restaurant in the Green Belt, Conservation Area, and Flood Zone

We provided the supporting heritage and planning statement for the extension and addition of glazing to existing exterior pillars to the Brooklands Hotel restaurant in Elmbridge. We then submitted the planning application and planning permission was approved within 4 months of submission.

The site is within the Green Belt, Conservation Area, and Flood Zone 3.