SUSD formed a joint venture with the Thames North Trust to develop the 1870’s building, St Paul’s United Reformed Church, situated off Westbourne Grove and required a complete redesign to make the property fit for purpose. Particular attention was focused on retaining the buildings existing features at street level and the planning application consisted of […]
Following on from the success of the Newton Road and Bathurst Street developments, SUSD embarked on its next Westminster, conservation protected project. SUSD acquired the freehold of this house in autumn of 2013 and the top two floors (maisonette) with a view to a comprehensive refurbishment programme and extensive renovations to bring the property back […]
The strategy for the church members includes the construction of three family homes on the site of the current 1903 church hall and accommodation for an on-site caretaker.
Inspired by the former industrial use of the area, this project utilises a redundant water tower and transforms it into a dramatic building for a prominent UK designer.
Planning permission was granted in February 2015 for a conversion to three new apartments of an existing Victorian house on Westbourne Park Road, Notting Hill, which is located in the Ladbroke Conservation Area of Notting Hill. The development includes sensitive refurbishment of the historic fabric of the building and adjustments to the internal layout to make […]
On the site of a former recording studio a new mixed use development of flats and workshop space is under way in vibrant Clapton, East London. The building occupies a long and narrow site, which is used to its advantage for a series of different atmospheres from urban environment to intimate domesticity.
SUSD completed a new development of two immensely bright and spacious three-bedroom ‘low cost homes’ for families in St Albans. SUSD detailed the homes to deliberately cut down on the circulation to enable generous room sizes and rationalised construction with energy and water efficient aspects. These features led to lower construction costs, which enabled the […]
In 2009, SUSD acquired the freehold of the White Lion Public House in London Colney and converted the old pub building into a fabulous family dwelling. The White Lion was previously significantly larger and more than just a drinking establishment, in 1756 it was recorded to be a ‘large Inn’ with 22 beds and stabling […]
SUSD acquired 6 Bathurst Street for an investor and carried out full planning and interior design consultancy services as well as managing the entire development. The property had been used as office accommodation since 1937 and the building fabric had been neglected during this time and significant damage had occurred to the historic detailing. Grade II […]
SUSD completed the construction of a private home – ‘The Longhouse’ Cotswolds, Gloucestershire and converted the original public house building – ‘The Jovial Foresters’ into a local shop with living accommodation. The ‘Longhouse’, is approximately 140 sq. m and provides four bedrooms, with a 150sq. m private garden. SUSD acquired the freehold interest of the […]
A development of nine new-build sustainable homes, Highwood Court is built on a former industrial courtyard site once occupied by a mannequin workshop amongst a number of manufacturing and trade uses over its 120-year history. Acquired by SUSD in 2005, the site posed a range of planning and logistical challenges, which had to be overcome. […]