Station Road (Rear)

About the Project

This development prides itself on ensuring the environmental impact is minimised and sustainable energy sources are used. The designs juxtaposition within the neighbouring units provides a prominence and positive statement of design and careful planning. Considering light impact to neighbours, maximising space whilst being sensitive to potential over bearing nature of any apartment development in a small urban location. Station Road provides care and consideration, without losing any of the high end and contemporary design.

The Gatehouse

About the Project

In order to develop this historic building, Developing London obtained planning permission for a ‘change of use to residential’. The scheme currently being considered is the creation of an environmentally sensitive two bedroom residence. Creating an “off grid” home using the site’s underground spring and other natural resources.

 

Lower Shootash Farm

About the Project

The historic timbers of the original cottage were removed and carefully preserved for the replacement property. The design of the new development includes extensive sustainable services in order to achieve a completely “off grid” home. To facilitate this ambitious target a selection of sustainable systems have been used, including solar panels, ground source heat pumps, and water being drawn from an onsite well.

Clock House Gardens

About the Project

Clock House Gardens transformed a derelict hotel site into an intimate community of 50 new, more realistically priced apartments. Stockwool was chosen as the architect for this scheme because like Developing London, they saw the challenges of the site as an exciting opportunity to do something different. The concept, a modern take on a walled village, was informed by the unique combination of urban and rural surroundings. It sought to reduce noise and pollution from the A1(M) motorway. Renewable and low carbon energy systems were incorporated into the design with solar panels feeding both the communal power and car charging ports.

 

Lewisham Way

About the Project

Despite the client’s minimal budget, careful and considered planning meant that no compromises were needed when it came to the style, the design and the quality of materials used on this project. Details included cladding crafted in red cedar, a proprietary K-Rend system, and a metal formed, standing seam zinc roof. Further challenging elements of the project build were also successfully overcome, such as limited access to the site, as well as the restrictive site space and its topography.

The Yoo Building

About the Project

Developing London was engaged to refurbish two of the properties. These super high-end apartments were designed to provide exceptional living space. They were refurbished to an immaculate and luxurious finish, taking full advantage of glamorous Manhattan Style living. This project was extremely rewarding as it allowed us to apply a diverse range of specialist finishes.

 

Fitzroy Road

About the Project

It was this development that earned project manager and designer, Clayton Lyon, the award of the Top 10 UK’s Most Trusted Builders. Developing London worked in close consultation with architects, structural engineers and local planning authorities for this project. We built an entirely new property while carefully preserving the façade of the original building.