Our Projects

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

Successful Application – Change of use from B8 (storage and distribution) to C3 (residential) and erection of an additional floor, a two storey rear extension and single storey side extension

We submitted a fire safety statement together with an application for the change of use from B8 (storage and distribution) to C3 (residential) and erection of an additional floor. The proposal also consisted of a two storey rear extension and single storey side extension to provide 6 self contained residential units with balconies and roof terrace, including parking spaces to front and rear, cycle and refuse storage, new pedestrian access and alterations to boundary treatments in Sutton, London.

Success – Permission granted without appeal.

Successful Application – Two storey side extension of a building of townscape merit in Conservation Area and Flood Zone

Planning permission was approved for the replacement of dormer roof extension, replacement windows, 2no. conservation style rooflights, erection of front balcony, replacement of roof tiles with handmade clay tiles and single storey rear extension in Richmond. The site is within a Conservation Area and Flood zone.

Successful Application – Side extension in Maidenhead

We were approached by the client to submit an application for a single storey side link extension, x2 front rooflights and x1 rear dormer.

It was confirmed in the Officer report that there would be no significant harm caused to the immediate neighbouring properties in terms of loss of privacy, outlook, daylight, sunlight or otherwise.

Success – Permission granted