townscape merit

When choosing a home people are looking for more than just a place to live.

What People Want

“Ten Characteristics of Places where People want to Live” – What People Want The RIBA have recently published a paper detailing the top ten characteristics people desire when choosing their home. Using ten case studies, all based in the England, the research analysed the specific successful elements of these with a view to making recommendations for design, building methods and planning when developing future housing to improve the community housing effect. This study will help us and other alike see what

RRA scores a try with Twickenham house extension

Demolition work has commenced on RRA’s house refurbishment and extension project in Twickenham. The house is a Building of Townscape Merit in a Conservation Area and Richmond Council passed plans without any problems. The scheme includes extensive internal remodeling with two new en-suite bathrooms being added and a newly designed main staircase. A glass infill extension (to the left of the photograph) will create a new

RRA digging deep near the London Wetland Centre

Excavation and demolition is moving on apace at RRA’s extensive basement extension and house refurbishment project in Barnes, southwest London. The programme for the first phase of the works is six months and will be followed by the above-ground works and the house refurbishment and decoration. Detailed discussions have been had with the neighbours who are also excavating at the same time with no abatement in our progress. The project’s basement phase is being