Richmond Upon Thames

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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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

Application for side extension in Conservation Area

We submitted an application on behalf of the client for the erection of a single storey side extension within a Conservation Area in South Richmond. In support of the application, we provided a Fire Safety Statement as well as a Planning and Heritage Statement.

The application was amended following negotiations with the Council to ensure the scheme complied with adopted policy and guidance

Success – Permission granted

Application for new tiles and rooflights to a dwelling in Conservation Area

We submitted an application on behalf of the client for new tiles, new insulation between the rafters, replacement dormer structure with new lead flashing covering and new rooflights to a locally listed building in South Richmond. In support of the application, we submitted a Fire Safety Statement and a Heritage Statement.

Success – Permission granted

Successful Application – The change of use of a Building of Town Merit ground floor to create mixed Class E and Class C uses

We were contacted by the client to submit an application for the change of use of locally listed ground floor to create mixed Class E and C3 uses to provide a retail unit at ground floor, a separately accessed office in the basement and the replacement of the former tyre fitting bay and parking area with a building comprising two residential units in East Sheen. We supported the application with a planning statement, an affordable housing statement and a fire statement.

Granted planning permission without any amendments

Permission granted for side and rear roof extension + replacement of windows in Conservation Area

We were approached by the client to submit an application for a rear dormer roof extension, single-storey side/rear extension, raising height of rear outrigger and replacement windows to rear. The site is in Richmond and is within a Conservation Area.

Following recommendation for approval by the Officer, permission was granted within eight weeks.