The latest planning news
from Dyer Grimes Architects
- Thursday, September 22, 2016
Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Richmond.
We're delighted to have been granted planning permission by Richmond Borough Council to proceed with the addition of a part single, part two story extension to a detached four bedroom house on Chester Avenue, along with new side and rear dormers, new roof lights along and internal alterations to all floors.
Despite the significant scale of the works, Richmond Council were happy for us to proceed as we reassured them that there will be minimal impact to neighbour amenity and that we will use matching materials where appropriate.
The new space will be used to provide an open plan kitchen and dining area with direct garden access, a large master bedroom and family bathroom on the first floor and two new en suite bedrooms on the second floor.
Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Chelsea.
We're delighted to have been granted permission by Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council to proceed with the renovation and first floor extension of a Grade II Listed house on Cheltenham Terrace in the Royal Hospital Conservation Area.
Despite the highly protected status of the house, Kensington and Chelsea Council were confident in our dedication to the original structure, including the restoration of historic features, the stripping away alterations of low significance that were made at a later date and the use of matching materials in the extension.
The purpose of the extension will be to improve the liveability of the house rather than increase it's floor space, introducing a new WC to the first floor. Our work will ensure that this historic build will be preserved and enjoyed for years to come and able to keep up with the demands of modern life.