Alderton Associates instructed to consider the development possibilities and improvements for the existing property.  204-206 Burrage Road is a substantial residential property which is split into seven separate flats. The basement flat spreads across both 204 and 206 in a large single unit which the client found very difficult to let. Additionally, they could not dispose of the properties individually due to the basement flat being across both units.

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The properties are three storey, mid terraced houses with three storey front bay structures and a further storey within the main roof structure.  Within the basement were two, two bed flats, two, one bed flats within the ground floor, and two, two bed flats on the first floor.  On the top floor were two, two bed flats with GFA’s of 58m2.

As an ongoing investment, we advised that the existing layouts of both the basement and the upper flats is very poor and did not make the best use of the space. We designed a refurbishment project to alter the layouts of the flats, repositioning the stair flights to rationalise the flat plans and proposed to split the basement flat into two separate units to enable the client to have the facility to dispose of either unit without affecting the other.

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ProjectRepair, Refurbishment and ConversionSiteBurrage Road, SE18 7JUClientLondon & Quadrant Housing AssociationValue£620k ProgramJanuary – June 2017ServicesArchitectural, Project Management, CDM