Extension and re-invention for Victorian home in London

The Leaning Yucca House is an elegant extension and re-invention of a Victorian semi- detached home in northwest London. Having been previously broken up into flats, the current occupants, a young family, wanted the internal spaces reimagined as one living... View Article

DF_DC complete extension to 1960s townhouse

A 1970s brick terrace house in Northwest London has been renovated and reworked into a contemporary family home by DF_DC. Adding 14sqm of living space with a rear extension, Elliott Square is completed with rigorous, yet simple interiors and features... View Article

Farrells are making the ordinary ‘extraordinary’

Lyons Place, Westminster Lyons Place on the Edgware Road references the areas Art Deco character, creating a landmark scheme that is in tune with the culture and context of its location. Delivered with a complete architectural and interior design service,... View Article

ISG fired up with pioneering South Wales blue light win

ISG has been awarded the contract to deliver an innovative Compartment Fire Behaviour Training (CFBT) facility for South Wales Fire and Rescue Service – the very first of its kind for Wales. The state-of-the-art, three-storey concrete and brick clad facility,... View Article

London’s first modular commuter village to be built

London’s first modular commuter village will be constructed in Corby, Northants, by modular homes provider Project Etopia. Etopia Corby will be a model of how villages of the future can be developed quicker and more affordably with its inexpensive modular... View Article

WV Living site earns Garden City status

City of Wolverhampton developer WV Living has seen one of its first sites earn Black Country Garden City status. The honour has gone to the Sweet Briary development, located off Herbert Street, on land previously occupied by the former Ettingshall... View Article

Exciting new Stevenage housing development approved

Stevenage Borough Council has been granted planning permission for one of its most ambitious new building developments which will see it deliver 236 homes to the Bragbury End area, as well as a raft of new local facilities and retail... View Article

Making the connections

James Parker visited Tate Harmer’s new timber building which enables a Surrey school to connect with the landscape, while opening up circulation and giving it a new ‘heart’ According to Jerry Tate, Partner at Tate Harmer Architects, the key word... View Article

Weston Homes gain agreement to principle of planning permission for £300m regeneration of Anglia Square in Norwich into new mixed use urban quarter

Housebuilder Weston Homes, in conjunction with landowner Columbia Threadneedle, has received a Resolution to Grant planning permission from Norwich City Council for their proposals to regenerate Anglia Square in central Norwich into a £300 million mixed use urban quarter. Once a ‘Section 106’ legal... View Article