Case Study 1 – Flat Conversion


With the current economic climate reducing the option of moving house, many people are turning their attention to the state of their present house to make improvements. We would like to offer you an example of what is possible by illustrating a project to redesign and refit a substandard bathroom and kitchen to match the rest of a spacious and well appointed flat in a listed building. Location: Grade 2 Listed Terraced [.....]

Case Study 2 – Alterations in Conservation Area


An existing bungalow in established & sought after village of Cheriton in a Conservation Area in Hampshire which had originally been built as a Village Hall. The client was aware of considerable space in the loft area but could not see her way through the mass of construction of the roof (including four substantial timber trusses supporting the roof) nor could envisage a location for staircase access.

RIBA AECB Architect in the House Architects Registration Board Association of Self-Build Architects