Residential developments

We take on some larger design tasks. It is important to us to make sure that, even though we are designing a larger number of units, that each one will function well, have character, and that the flow around the house works well (both outside on the road, and inside, between spaces) .

  Residential development – Braughing – Herts

Residential development – Braughing – Herts

The site lies to the north-west side of the Hertfordshire village of Braughing, on the corner of Gravelly Lane and Green End.

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  Residential development – Rickling Green

Residential development – Rickling Green

The site is located in the Essex village of Rickling Green, to the South of Saffron Walden.

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  Church Street – Saffron Walden

Church Street – Saffron Walden

Located in the centre of the Essex market town of Saffron Walden this residential development comprised a terrace of three/four bedroom houses and a pair of semi-detached houses to the rear of the site.

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  Residential development – Great Dunmow

Residential development – Great Dunmow

Following the granting of planning permission for seven new large detached houses on this site in Great Dunmow, work is nearing completion.

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  Angel Court, Colchester

Angel Court, Colchester

A mixed use residential, office and commercial development in the heart of Colchester.

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  Moor Place, Much Hadham

Moor Place, Much Hadham

Planning permission and Listed Building Consent were granted for the residential development at Moor Place, Much Hadham, in November 2012 for a total of 15 residential units. The development was completed in 2015.

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  116-118 Rustat Road, Cambridge

116-118 Rustat Road, Cambridge

A contemporary residential development consisting of two 2 bedrooms flats in Cambridge.

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  Market Hill, Maldon

Market Hill, Maldon

Next to the River Chelmer, at the bottom of Market Hill in the market town of Maldon, this award-winning residential development has nine new and nine refurbished dwellings, some of which are Listed Grade II.

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