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Whether it be PRS (Private Rented Sector), BTR (Build To Rent), residential apartment blocks, high-rise buildings, private estates, mansions or social housing; residential developments play a major part in our everyday lives. We spend more time in them than anywhere else hence the importance of good design, sustainability, and life-cycle costs.

Long gone are the days when energy usage was of little consequence and hence the servicing of a building relatively simple. Now getting the correct solution is a highly complex concern with many options and regulations combining to make services a major element of the overall design process. With the growth of heat pump technology, solar power for both water heating and electrical generation and waste and rainwater recovery, to name but just a few, the job of the designer has become far more critical to the success of any development.

Attention to passive design features, as well as consideration of the recommendations of Part L of the Building Regulations further contribute to the reduction in the environmental impact and operational costs of the dwelling over the period of its lifespan.


We can rightly claim to have been involved with every type of residential development, both at home and abroad, incorporating technologies most suited to the prevailing climatic and environmental conditions and the specific requirements of the particular development type.

Some of our work includes:

  • Inglis Road

  • Bollo Lane

  • Redcliff Quarter 

  • Palmerston Road

  • North West Cambridge

  • 79 Addison Road

  • Addisland Court

  • Balfour Place

  • Caledonian Road Estate

  • Farley Court

  • Hendon Aerodrome

  • Holland Villas

  • Horley Farm House

  • Hyde Park Gate

  • 4 John Street

  • Lancaster Road

  • Maple Court

  • Oxford Gardens

  • Park Place

  • Portobello Studios

  • Pyrford Court

  • 88 St James's Street

  • 1A Walton Street

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