Grade II Listed

A Grade II Listed, ashlar stone facade; one of a pair of listed buildings of this period in Cheltenham's conservation area.

Failing Facade

RRA has been appointed to work on a Grade II Listed terraced building in Cheltenham’s central conservation area. Dating from the 1830s, the house is one of a pair of listed properties. Unfortunately, significant issues have compromised the integrity of the structure and specialist input is required to stabilise the house. Working with a regular client of ours, the intention is to make the building safe whilst retaining the heritage of the Grade II Listing. Following this, a general refurbishment

Converted House of Townscape Merit, Barnes

  This substantial Grade II Listed townhouse in Castelnau has been transformed, thanks to RRA’s expertise in working with minimal glass detailing, to achieve a classic London whole house remodelling and back-extension, with a difference. Located in Barnes, south west London, this project is a good example of how planning permission can be obtained, for a house of ‘Townscape Merit’, especially when the right professional team is selected, to deliver a complex planning application, for substantial London townhouse heritage. The project encountered bats,