Side extension in Sydney Road, London
The application site is a single storey semi-detached bungalow residential area. It is located at a bend such that the front is narrow and the rear of the site fans out. The existing garage is unsuitable for parking due to the narrow access from the front and its own width which is 2.5m internally. The existing Bedroom 2 has a high level window in the south west flank above the existing garage. The forecourt provides parking for 1 car.
The proposal comprises of a single storey side extension that would replace the existing garage and infill the space between the south west flank wall and the pertaining boundary. It would be set back from the front façade by 2.1m. its width would be 1.4m at the front and 3.7m at the rear. It would house an additional bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and dressing area.
Two storey rear extension and front porch at Vigo House, Gravesend Road, Sevenoaks.
The proposal takes reference from the existing rear addition in terms of materials and design. The extension follows the form and appearance of the existing building and will be linked across to form an integrated extension with the result of a double hipped roof joining into the original building roof.
The existing first floor external wall timber framing needs complete replacement due the advance decay therefore the tile-hanging on the existing extension will be reintroduced and carried across the face of the new work.
Rear extension & Loft conversion in Walthamstow
The property is a three bedroom period terrace house situated at 20 Bakers Avenue, Walthamstow with a existing rear extension and with single family dwelling occupancy.
The aim for this project is to increase the aesthetics and living accommodation to today’s standards in relation with the size of the property and the area. The development will consist in rebuild the existing rear kitchen extension and outbuilding at ground floor, build a first floor rear extension and loft conversion. The project has taken into account similar developments in the immediate vicinity.
The existing facade render is intended to be removed to expose the yellow and red brickwork wall and restore the original appearance of the house.
The property is a rendered Georgian house situated at Windmill Street, Gravesend, within Windmill Hill Conservation Area and with single family dwelling occupancy.
The project has a rear extension, a new car parking and a loft conversion, the aim is to modernize the property to today’s living accommodation standards in relation with the size of the property and the area. This project takes into account the immediate vicinity keeping the characteristics of the area following existing building massing and external materials.