A small town centre development of seven mews style houses and flats built around a central courtyard.
A scheme of 14 new dwellings, designed to reflect the character of the immediate area and particularly the historically high concentration of development in the adjacent high street.
A development of twelve flats in a town centre location designed to harmonise with the adjacent period terraced houses.
A completely re-developed house with detached garage block where once stood a semi-derelict dwelling. Green Belt Policy required re-development rather than a new build replacement dwelling, thereby offering perhaps a greater design challenge.
A detached house built on a sloping site to blend in with adjacent properties.
A small development of five cottages built on the site of a demolished bungalow in a village setting on the edge of the Conservation Area.