Ladbroke Grove  is a duplex apartment occupying the lower ground and ground floors of a handsome six storey building dating from the mid 19th century,  with  'Grand Style' full stucco front and rear elevations.
       
     
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  St Alban's Grove  is a semi-detached single family dwelling arranged over four storeys. At the rear lower ground floor major structural alterations were carried out to create a new highly glazed extension improving links to the garden.
       
     
  Akenside Road  is a side extension to an apartment occupying the ground floor of a large red brick detached Edwardian House. The room is an open plan space with extensive views of the garden and plentiful daylight, into which the core kitchen, dining and living areas are located.
       
     
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  Southwell Road  is one half of a Victorian Stuccoed villa, elegant in appearance from the street, but suffering a familiar defect of the Victorian house with a ragged rear elevation and almost no physical or visual connection to the large rear garden.
       
     
  Peabody competition  is a residential development along Morpeth Road. Units are arranged in series connected via a single unifying curved masonry wall which rises and falls in height according to its function as a building enclosure.
       
     
  Richborne Terrace  is a new build, mixed residential and commercial development. The scheme incorporates three dwellings over two storeys and a 48sq m office space at basement level.
       
     
  Manor Mount  is a house built in the late 60s as a photographer's studio. The dull suburban exterior was in need of an upgrade.
       
     
  Elsworthy Road  is a large semi detached house on three storeys that boasts ample bedroom accommodation on the upper floors but the ground floor arrangement did not provide free flowing living space appropriate for family living in a house of this size.
       
     
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  Voss Street  is in a narrow mews directly behind Bethnal Green Road, occupied by a single storey garage block. A daylight assessment for a previous planning consent had established a maximum development envelope with an eaves line consistent with an existing adjacent two storey house, with breaks to permit daylight into the windows of properties to the rear. Only the front elevation onto the mews could be used for wall windows, the sides and rear being party walls.
       
     
  Warner Road  is a five storey building providing nine residential units and a 112sqm commercial space at ground floor level. The skin of the building is clad in green glazed bricks, chosen for their handmade quality and irregular colouration.