New Houses and Apartments

  • New Contemporary style home with full basement
    HTP were Lead-Consultant and Architects for a new build contemporary home in a highly sensitive location on Richmond Hill.

    After protracted Planning Applications and negotiations, Planning Consent was finally secured for a luxurious 5-bedroom home, separate Apartment, and a basement over the whole site.

    Features include ultra modern contemporary design, a high level of energy efficiency and sustainability, a traditional natural stone cantilevered staircase, a cinema/golf simulator, gym, wine store and office. The external styling has echoes of 30’s Arts and Crafts, which is a reference to the building which stood on the site previously.
  • New, contemporary style houses in various locations in the Greater London area
    These projects are on tight sites, often part of a garden of a larger house, or replace unused garages.
  • Traditional style new houses and apartment buildings
  • Contemporary style apartment buildings

Special Projects and Interiors

  • Marine, River, and Offshore Projects
    HTP have been appointed on an interesting range of projects including Marina buildings and ancillary facilities, luxury new build floating homes, a floating Hotel, and several accommodation modules on offshore oil and gas platforms.
  • Interiors
    Both contemporary and more traditional interiors have been designed, often in conjunction with the Client’s own designer. Locations include Belgravia, Kensington and Chelsea, and overseas, including a British Ambassador’s Residence.

Remodelling and Extending Homes

  • Replanning and Extending homes
    To provide open plan living areas, spacious and light filled interiors, designed to enhance current lifestyle and family use.
  • Traditional Style House Remodelling and Extensions Project Sheet (PDF)
  • Heritage Residential Projects
    Many ‘whole house renovation’ projects have been undertaken in Conservation Areas, and to Listed Buildings in the London area, in particular Richmond Borough, and also North London and Kensington and Chelsea.
  • Doughty House
    A Recommendation for Planning Approval has been obtained by HTP, acting as Lead Consultant in the Client’s professional team, for one of the largest and most historic buildings in Richmond. After extensive Planning negotiations, an Application was submitted for this house (18th Century), 38 metre long art gallery (1885), and adjoining Doughty Cottage to revert from D1 to use as a single dwelling. The total floorspace will be over 3,000 square metres providing outstanding opportunities to restore the original listed building to its former glory, and provide an exceptional residence.

Mixed Use, Urban Infill and Conversion to Residential from Commercial

  • Mixed Use
    The Royal Oak Site, Teddington, features a replacement Public House, apartments and houses.
  • Urban Infill
    Thameswick House is a contemporary design infill building opposite Hampton Wick Station, with a retail / office use at ground floor and apartments above.
  • Conversion to Residential from Commercial
    HTP designed the conversion of a range of B1 office units into nine new apartments, which was granted planning consent.
  • Conversion from Public Library to Residential
    HTP was commissioned by Richmond Council to design and obtain Planning Consent, to convert this attractive Victorian Public Library into a private house.
  • Conversion from Class C2 to Residential
    HTP designed, and obtained Planning Consent, to convert and extend a redundant, period building, Care Home into 13 apartments.