Conservation projects & refurbishment

Projects include many period houses in Conservation areas, the restoration of a Grade 1 listed building behind a retained façade in Central London, and the refurbishment of Grade 2 buildings in Central London. In the London Boroughs, particularly Richmond and Kensington and Chelsea, many of the projects we undertake are in Conservation Areas.

  • Remodelling, refurbishment and extensions to Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian and 1930s period houses in Richmond, Coombe Hill, Kingston, Kensington and Chelsea. Also in Sussex, Devon and overseas.
  • New domestic scale office building in a Conservation Area in Richmond Town Centre. The building, in two units, is traditionally styled to fit in with the adjoining Victorian Cottages. The project was awarded a design Commendation by the Richmond Society.
  • Design and planning consent obtained for conversion and extension of a former Care Home, an Edwardian period designated Building of Townscape Merit (BTM) in Richmond, into 13 apartments.
  • Redesign and rebuilding of a Grade 1 listed building in Fitzroy square, and Grade 2 listed Georgian buildings in Bedford Square and New Square. Refurbishment of a large 1960s listed Building in Central London in consultation with English Heritage.
  • Conversion of Queens Arms, Mortlake, into apartments, and new houses on remainder of site. Please see Mixed use and urban infill schemes.
  • Refurbishment of a 1903 Sunbeam Talbot Building in North Kensington to restore original interiors, on behalf of the Peugeot Motor Company Limited.
  • Carpet warehouse and offices in Listed 1920s Exhibition building, the Palace of Industry.
  • Refurbishment of Aldenham House (Listed Grade 2), for the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers.