Our proposal for a new Cemetery in Bushey has been given planning permission by Hertsmere Council. Over the last couple of years we have been working closely with the United Synagogues to arrive at a design for their new cemetery that works in harmony with both the landscape and the needs of the US and local community.
We have just obtained planning approval for this innovative housing scheme in Hackney for our client Pocket. Their compact appartment concept offers first time buyers an affordable way of getting a foot on the housing ladder. The scheme comprises of 31 units around a shared courtyard space with an open, cloistered entrance lobby. Look out for other schemes from Pocket who are set to grow! www.pocketliving.com
Our mixed use building in the South Shoreditch Conservation Area, 66-68 Paul Street, is now complete. The first residents are moving into the flats this week.
Waugh Thistleton Architects have been approved for the framework for the Notting Hill Housing Trust. The registered social housing provider has a funded development programme of 1,200 homes a year and claims it could spend as much as £1bn over the next four years on new housing.