7 bedroom house in Kingston with a clever use of naturally lit internal hallway creating the same feeling as a Moroccan house but in an English context
House in Lime Grove:
House granted planning permission on appeal.
Turned down by Kingston council because, as they said, it was “cramped and an unsatisfactory form of development that would detract from the character of the area”.
The planning inspector did not agree with Kingston council and our clients now have an increase in their pensions, a family now has a house, several people were employed building it and Kingston council lost their charge payers around £40,000 in the process.
5 bedroom house in Lambeth with a basement and rear garden excavated to provide a kitchen, dining family area with playroom and utility. The roof of the kitchen and dining room provides a terrace to the old ground floor.
River Bank house: