Transforming a derelict chapel in London into nine saleable residential units. The chapel was converted into nine one and two bedroom flats spread across two blocks: the existing chapel and a new build block to the rear of the plot. The front facade of the chapel was retained and fully restored to meet the planning conditions. The new rear block is a contemporary cube with semi basement units to make use of sloping site.
The two buildings have been linked together by a steel staircase and walkway.
Services provided: planning permission and discharge of conditions, construction drawings and technical design, building control compliance and contract administration.