Residential

Permitted development rights illustrated

Permitted Development Goes Permanent

Permitted Development Goes Permanent Originally destined to be withdrawn on 30th May 2019 the Permitted Development legislation has, instead, been made permanent. What does this mean for homeowners? In brief the rules are designed to allow greater flexibilty for homeowners wishing to extend their home. So can I build whatever I like? No Whilst more relaxed than the original route of gaining planning permission, Permitted Development is not a free-for-all. Plans should still be submitted to the Local Authority to obtain a Lawful Development Certificate, but

Mixed Use Residential Development – Canning Town

This mixed use residential development in Canning Town, East London is being located on a former smokery site. RRA helped to unlock planning permission on this challenging site as overlooking and proximity to neighbouring potential development was a planning constraint. We have been producing detail drawings and material specification for the project, to discharge planning conditions, and to produce construction information, for the design and build contractor. The development promotes increased potential to improve the quality of the built environment, as well as

Bronze Award – Best Development

  Working with Freeman Homes, RRA has helped to secure a design award for an exciting contemporary housing development. The design award was presented by David Walliams to Luke Freeman of Freeman Homes, for ‘The Avenue’, a project consisting of new build housing, located along The Walford Road, Ross on Wye. The designs are minimal in character with a simple palette of materials, and large window openings, to absorb the surrounding context, which is predominantly residential and

East London Mixed Use Scheme – Submitted for Planning

We have recently submitted a full planning application for this compact mixed-use scheme in Canning Town, East London. On the vacant site of a former smokery, RRA were appointed to improve upon the existing planning permission for the plot, with a view to maximising both the potential for increased development and improved the quality of built environment. The tight confines of the urban site