Elm Tree Road Family Home Submitted for Planning

17 April 2020

MWA have submitted a planning application to Westminster City Council for extensions at ground, first and second floor levels. The proposals allow for a full refurbishment of the existing property whilst also increasing the floor area through a series of extensions in line with a previously consented planning application. MWA have sought to rationalise the proposed extensions to sympathetically enhance the existing building. External landscaping works will ground the proposal to its context and unify the extensions.

Size: 5,988 SQ.FT
Client: Private
Status: Planning
Structural Engineer: Form SD
M&E Engineer: David Stillman Associates
Quantity Surveyor: Brendan Hennessy Associates
Arboriculturalist: John Cromar Arboricultural Company
Landscape Designer: James Holderness
Approved Inspector: Salus
Local Authority: Westminster City Council
Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

    17 April 2020

    MWA have submitted a planning application to Westminster City Council for extensions at ground, first and second floor levels. The proposals allow for a full refurbishment of the existing property whilst also increasing the floor area through a series of extensions in line with a previously consented planning application. MWA have sought to rationalise the proposed extensions to sympathetically enhance the existing building. External landscaping works will ground the proposal to its context and unify the extensions.

    Size: 5,988 SQ.FT
    Client: Private
    Status: Planning
    Structural Engineer: Form SD
    M&E Engineer: David Stillman Associates
    Quantity Surveyor: Brendan Hennessy Associates
    Arboriculturalist: John Cromar Arboricultural Company
    Landscape Designer: James Holderness
    Approved Inspector: Salus
    Local Authority: Westminster City Council
    Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

    Phase 2 of Welbeck Healthcare Facility Commences on Site

    13 April 2020

    Work to construct Levels 5 and 6 of this specialist day surgery and outpatient diagnostics centre in Marylebone, London has commenced on site.

    Level 6 incorporates a Women’s Healthcare Centre, including a procedures suite and imaging centre. A palette of warm timber panelling and soft furnishings will deliver a bright and comfortable welcome lobby which extends on to an external terrace with integrated planting.

    Level 5 will include an ENT suite (Ears, nose and throat) with associated paediatric waiting and support facilities.

    Work continues during COVID-19 lockdown, with strict social distancing rules being adhered to on site, and all meetings, site visits and sample sign offs being carried out using video conferencing facilities.

    Size: 21,458 SQ.FT
    Client: Welbeck Health Partners
    Status: On Site
    M&E Engineer: Ramboll UK Ltd.
    Structural Engineer: Packman Lucas
    Quantity Surveyor: Exigere
    Contractor: Paragon
    Interior Design & Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

      13 April 2020

      Work to construct Levels 5 and 6 of this specialist day surgery and outpatient diagnostics centre in Marylebone, London has commenced on site.

      Level 6 incorporates a Women’s Healthcare Centre, including a procedures suite and imaging centre. A palette of warm timber panelling and soft furnishings will deliver a bright and comfortable welcome lobby which extends on to an external terrace with integrated planting.

      Level 5 will include an ENT suite (Ears, nose and throat) with associated paediatric waiting and support facilities.

      Work continues during COVID-19 lockdown, with strict social distancing rules being adhered to on site, and all meetings, site visits and sample sign offs being carried out using video conferencing facilities.

      Size: 21,458 SQ.FT
      Client: Welbeck Health Partners
      Status: On Site
      M&E Engineer: Ramboll UK Ltd.
      Structural Engineer: Packman Lucas
      Quantity Surveyor: Exigere
      Contractor: Paragon
      Interior Design & Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

      MWA Appointed to Refurbish & Fit Out Existing Office Building in Mayfair

      06 April 2020

      MWA is preparing proposals for the refurbishment and fit out of an existing 5 storey office building in Mayfair.

      The proposals include the reconfiguration of the entrance lobby to incorporate a feature stair and bespoke reception desk. The existing entry doors and shop window will be replace with slimline frames and elegant detailing in keeping with other entrances and facades on the street. Increased cycle storage facilities will be provided in the basement, with comfortable shower and change facilities for future tenants. The proposals also include a CAT B fit out for two of the office floorplates. Work is anticipated to commence on site in Autumn 2020.

      Size: 12,500 SQ.FT
      Client: Private
      Status: First Thoughts
      Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

        06 April 2020

        MWA is preparing proposals for the refurbishment and fit out of an existing 5 storey office building in Mayfair.

        The proposals include the reconfiguration of the entrance lobby to incorporate a feature stair and bespoke reception desk. The existing entry doors and shop window will be replace with slimline frames and elegant detailing in keeping with other entrances and facades on the street. Increased cycle storage facilities will be provided in the basement, with comfortable shower and change facilities for future tenants. The proposals also include a CAT B fit out for two of the office floorplates. Work is anticipated to commence on site in Autumn 2020.

        Size: 12,500 SQ.FT
        Client: Private
        Status: First Thoughts
        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

        MWA Wins Planning Appeal for Primrose Hill Apartments

        25 March 2020

        The Planning Inspectorate has overturned LB Camden's decision to refuse the scheme, thus granting consent for 9 new residential flats north of Primrose Hill.

        Read more about the project here

        Size: 18,060 SQ.FT
        Client: Kaleminster Ltd
        Status: Planning
        Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
        Heritage Consultant: Architectural History Practice
        Daylight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
        M&E Consultant: Cundall
        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
        Transport Consultant: Mayer Brown
        Acoustic Consultant: Emtec
        Sustainability Consultant: Eight Associates
        Landscape Architect: Exterior Architecture

          25 March 2020

          The Planning Inspectorate has overturned LB Camden's decision to refuse the scheme, thus granting consent for 9 new residential flats north of Primrose Hill.

          Read more about the project here

          Size: 18,060 SQ.FT
          Client: Kaleminster Ltd
          Status: Planning
          Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
          Heritage Consultant: Architectural History Practice
          Daylight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
          M&E Consultant: Cundall
          Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
          Transport Consultant: Mayer Brown
          Acoustic Consultant: Emtec
          Sustainability Consultant: Eight Associates
          Landscape Architect: Exterior Architecture

          MWA Prepares Designs for New Build Notting Hill Penthouse

          13 March 2020

          MWA has been preparing a First Thoughts document for this site located within the Ladbroke Grove Conservation Area in Notting Hill. The building was designed by Austin Blomfield in the early 1930s, followed by an extension and renovation in 2005. With it's unique penthouse position the site offers panoramic views of Notting Hill, with glimpses of landmark buildings such as St John's Church.

          Size: 3,755 SQ.FT
          Client: Private
          Status: First Thoughts

            13 March 2020

            MWA has been preparing a First Thoughts document for this site located within the Ladbroke Grove Conservation Area in Notting Hill. The building was designed by Austin Blomfield in the early 1930s, followed by an extension and renovation in 2005. With it's unique penthouse position the site offers panoramic views of Notting Hill, with glimpses of landmark buildings such as St John's Church.

            Size: 3,755 SQ.FT
            Client: Private
            Status: First Thoughts

            Bryan Avenue New Build Housing Submitted for Pre-Planning

            13 March 2020

            MWA have recently submitted a pre-planning application for this site in Willesden Green. Proposals include demolition of the existing two-storey warehouse and a new build three-storey property which includes 6 new 3-bedroom family units.

            Read more about the project here

            Size: 6,870 SQ.FT
            Client: Private
            Status: Pre-Planning

              13 March 2020

              MWA have recently submitted a pre-planning application for this site in Willesden Green. Proposals include demolition of the existing two-storey warehouse and a new build three-storey property which includes 6 new 3-bedroom family units.

              Read more about the project here

              Size: 6,870 SQ.FT
              Client: Private
              Status: Pre-Planning

              MWA Develops Design Proposals for Brentford Housing Scheme

              12 March 2020

              MWA continues to develop proposals for this 70 unit housing scheme based in Hounslow. The site sits on a large plot of land occupying a vast street frontage (55 metres). The existing building has a relatively large footprint but is low rise. MWA's general strategy is to reduce the overall built footprint and increase the building height, allowing for increased green amenity space and to improve the building's relationship with key, adjoining sites.

              Size: 71,000 SQ.FT
              Client: Private
              Status: Planning
              Planning Consultant: Nexus Planning
              Transport Consultant: Peter Caneparo Associates
              Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis

                12 March 2020

                MWA continues to develop proposals for this 70 unit housing scheme based in Hounslow. The site sits on a large plot of land occupying a vast street frontage (55 metres). The existing building has a relatively large footprint but is low rise. MWA's general strategy is to reduce the overall built footprint and increase the building height, allowing for increased green amenity space and to improve the building's relationship with key, adjoining sites.

                Size: 71,000 SQ.FT
                Client: Private
                Status: Planning
                Planning Consultant: Nexus Planning
                Transport Consultant: Peter Caneparo Associates
                Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis

                Hampstead House Commences on Site

                10 March 2020

                Read more about the project here

                Size: 8,856 SQ.FT
                Client: Private
                Status: On Site
                Cost Consultant: The Millbridge Group Plc
                Structural Engineer: Sinclair Johnston & Partners
                Services Engineer: Cundall
                Environmental Consultant: Ashby Energy Assessors Ltd
                Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                  10 March 2020

                  Read more about the project here

                  Size: 8,856 SQ.FT
                  Client: Private
                  Status: On Site
                  Cost Consultant: The Millbridge Group Plc
                  Structural Engineer: Sinclair Johnston & Partners
                  Services Engineer: Cundall
                  Environmental Consultant: Ashby Energy Assessors Ltd
                  Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects

                  Phase 1 Completed of One Welbeck Healthcare Facility

                  04 March 2020

                  MWA has recently completed Phase 1 of One Welbeck, a specialist facility for minimally-invasive day surgery and outpatient diagnostics in central London.

                  Developed in collaboration with David Morley Architects, the first phase of this development delivers centres for digestive health, cardiology, imaging, diagnostics and orthopaedics.

                  Once fully complete, One Welbeck will occupy all seven floors (plus basement) of a converted office building in Marylebone. Designed to be calm, personable and welcoming, a palette of materials including timber panelling, perforate metallic privacy screens and soft furnishings create a sense of warmth and comfort not often associated with healthcare environments.

                  Size: 63,700 sq ft
                  Client: Welbeck Health Partners
                  M&E Engineer: Ramboll UK Ltd.
                  Structural Engineer: Packman Lucas
                  Quantity Surveyor: Exigere
                  Contractor: Paragon
                  Interior Designer: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                    04 March 2020

                    MWA has recently completed Phase 1 of One Welbeck, a specialist facility for minimally-invasive day surgery and outpatient diagnostics in central London.

                    Developed in collaboration with David Morley Architects, the first phase of this development delivers centres for digestive health, cardiology, imaging, diagnostics and orthopaedics.

                    Once fully complete, One Welbeck will occupy all seven floors (plus basement) of a converted office building in Marylebone. Designed to be calm, personable and welcoming, a palette of materials including timber panelling, perforate metallic privacy screens and soft furnishings create a sense of warmth and comfort not often associated with healthcare environments.

                    Size: 63,700 sq ft
                    Client: Welbeck Health Partners
                    M&E Engineer: Ramboll UK Ltd.
                    Structural Engineer: Packman Lucas
                    Quantity Surveyor: Exigere
                    Contractor: Paragon
                    Interior Designer: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                    Springfield Road Family Home Begins on Site

                    02 March 2020

                    Size: 7,341 SQ.FT
                    Client: Private
                    Status: On Site
                    Structural Engineer: Sean Pringuer James Consulting
                    Mechanical & Electrical: Cundall
                    Quantity Surveyor: Metric Construction Cost Management Ltd.
                    Ground Investigations: Ground & Water
                    Arboriculturalist: John Cromar’s Arboricultural Company Limited
                    Acoustics: Emtec Products Ltd.
                    Pool Designer: Jetform Swimming Pool Company
                    Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                      02 March 2020

                      Size: 7,341 SQ.FT
                      Client: Private
                      Status: On Site
                      Structural Engineer: Sean Pringuer James Consulting
                      Mechanical & Electrical: Cundall
                      Quantity Surveyor: Metric Construction Cost Management Ltd.
                      Ground Investigations: Ground & Water
                      Arboriculturalist: John Cromar’s Arboricultural Company Limited
                      Acoustics: Emtec Products Ltd.
                      Pool Designer: Jetform Swimming Pool Company
                      Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                      MWA Appointed on Elm Tree Road Family Home

                      24 February 2020

                      MWA have been appointed to redevelop this family home in St John’s Wood, adjacent to Lord’s Cricket Ground. Proposals include extensions at ground, first and second floor levels, with a full extensive refurbishment to the property.

                      Size: 5,941 SQ.FT
                      Client: Private
                      Status: First Thoughts

                        24 February 2020

                        MWA have been appointed to redevelop this family home in St John’s Wood, adjacent to Lord’s Cricket Ground. Proposals include extensions at ground, first and second floor levels, with a full extensive refurbishment to the property.

                        Size: 5,941 SQ.FT
                        Client: Private
                        Status: First Thoughts

                        Bell Yard Apartments Shortlisted for RICS Social Impact Awards 2020

                        19 February 2020

                        Bell Yard Apartments have been shortlisted for the inaugural RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 in the Residential Category.

                        Bell Yard Apartments is a 10,600 sqft office-to-residential conversion adjacent to the Royal Courts of Justice, London. The existing building was low in architectural merit and presented an exciting opportunity to be reimagined as something of much higher quality and contribute more positively to the local conservation area. With shared aspirations towards adaptive reuse, the project team achieved this with minimal structural intervention; whilst managing to increase the GIA by 25% and dramatically improving its appearance.

                        Read more about the project here

                        Size: 10,310 SQ.FT
                        Client: GFZ Developments
                        Status: Complete
                        Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                        Heritage Consultant: Architectural History Practice
                        Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                        M&E Engineer: Cundall
                        Structural Engineer: Form SD
                        Contractor: Cape Construction
                        Sustainability: Cundall

                          19 February 2020

                          Bell Yard Apartments have been shortlisted for the inaugural RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 in the Residential Category.

                          Bell Yard Apartments is a 10,600 sqft office-to-residential conversion adjacent to the Royal Courts of Justice, London. The existing building was low in architectural merit and presented an exciting opportunity to be reimagined as something of much higher quality and contribute more positively to the local conservation area. With shared aspirations towards adaptive reuse, the project team achieved this with minimal structural intervention; whilst managing to increase the GIA by 25% and dramatically improving its appearance.

                          Read more about the project here

                          Size: 10,310 SQ.FT
                          Client: GFZ Developments
                          Status: Complete
                          Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                          Heritage Consultant: Architectural History Practice
                          Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                          M&E Engineer: Cundall
                          Structural Engineer: Form SD
                          Contractor: Cape Construction
                          Sustainability: Cundall

                          MWA Submits Pre-Planning Application for Maida Vale Family Home

                          19 February 2020

                          The site is located within the City of Westminster, falling within the St John's Wood Conservation Area. MWA's proposals seek to deconvert two flats back into a single family home, and complete extensive restorative works to the existing Grade II properties. The heritage asset has severely deteriorated over the past 3 decades and numerous items of the proposed works seek to ensure the restoration & longevity of the property.

                          Size: 4,415 SQ.FT
                          Client: Private
                          Status: Pre-planning
                          Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                            19 February 2020

                            The site is located within the City of Westminster, falling within the St John's Wood Conservation Area. MWA's proposals seek to deconvert two flats back into a single family home, and complete extensive restorative works to the existing Grade II properties. The heritage asset has severely deteriorated over the past 3 decades and numerous items of the proposed works seek to ensure the restoration & longevity of the property.

                            Size: 4,415 SQ.FT
                            Client: Private
                            Status: Pre-planning
                            Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                            Diorama featured on BBC 3 Radio

                            29 January 2020

                            MWA collaborated with BBC Radio 3 in the production of a retrospective on the history of the Diorama. MWA provided a guided backstage tour of the now empty historic Grade I listed Diorama building on Regent's Park. Our scheme will be progressing to construction in autumn 2020.

                            Listen to the podcast here

                              29 January 2020

                              MWA collaborated with BBC Radio 3 in the production of a retrospective on the history of the Diorama. MWA provided a guided backstage tour of the now empty historic Grade I listed Diorama building on Regent's Park. Our scheme will be progressing to construction in autumn 2020.

                              Listen to the podcast here

                              MWA Appointed on Church Hill Barn Interiors

                              29 January 2020

                              MWA have been appointed to undertake the interior design of a recently converted heritage property in Assington, Suffolk. The property which has been featured on The Modern House, winning the Sunday Times Home Award for Renovation of the Year was completed by David Nossitor Architects in 2016.

                              Photography: Steve Lancefield & The Modern House

                                29 January 2020

                                MWA have been appointed to undertake the interior design of a recently converted heritage property in Assington, Suffolk. The property which has been featured on The Modern House, winning the Sunday Times Home Award for Renovation of the Year was completed by David Nossitor Architects in 2016.

                                Photography: Steve Lancefield & The Modern House

                                Construction Commences on Site at Aldous Huxley's Former Residence

                                28 January 2020

                                Works have commenced on site at this single family dwelling in Hampstead, within the London Borough of Camden. The existing property is an unlisted building of merit located within the Redington Frognal Conservation Area. Proposals include the demolition and erection of a new rear extension, as well as full internal refurbishment works.

                                Size: 4,859 SQ.FT
                                Client: Private
                                Status: Construction
                                Structural Engineer: Pringuer James Consulting Engineering
                                M&E: Cundall
                                Quantity Surveyor: The Millbridge Group
                                Arboriculturalist: John Cromar's Arboricultural Company Ltd.
                                Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
                                Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                                  28 January 2020

                                  Works have commenced on site at this single family dwelling in Hampstead, within the London Borough of Camden. The existing property is an unlisted building of merit located within the Redington Frognal Conservation Area. Proposals include the demolition and erection of a new rear extension, as well as full internal refurbishment works.

                                  Size: 4,859 SQ.FT
                                  Client: Private
                                  Status: Construction
                                  Structural Engineer: Pringuer James Consulting Engineering
                                  M&E: Cundall
                                  Quantity Surveyor: The Millbridge Group
                                  Arboriculturalist: John Cromar's Arboricultural Company Ltd.
                                  Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.
                                  Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                                  King's Cross Offices Continue on Site

                                  17 January 2020

                                  Read more about the project here

                                  Size: 9,400 SQ.FT
                                  Client: Sturgeon Capital
                                  Status: Construction
                                  Daylight & Sunlight: Malcolm Hollis
                                  Structural Engineer: Parmarbrook
                                  Services Engineer: Cundall
                                  Planning Consultant: Bidwells
                                  Building Control: Assent BC
                                  Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                                    17 January 2020

                                    Read more about the project here

                                    Size: 9,400 SQ.FT
                                    Client: Sturgeon Capital
                                    Status: Construction
                                    Daylight & Sunlight: Malcolm Hollis
                                    Structural Engineer: Parmarbrook
                                    Services Engineer: Cundall
                                    Planning Consultant: Bidwells
                                    Building Control: Assent BC
                                    Local Authority: London Borough of Camden

                                    Bell Yard House Starts Detailed Design

                                    12 January 2020

                                    MWA have started detail design for this single family dwelling neighbouring the Royal Courts of Justice, located within The Strand Conservation Area in Holborn. The existing 6 storey building will be fully refurbished with the addition of a single storey roof extension and reinstatement of an original lightwell to the rear of the property.

                                    Size: 2,235 SQ.FT
                                    Client: Private
                                    Status: Detail Design
                                    Cost Consultant: The Millbridge Group Plc
                                    Structural Engineer: Sinclair Johnston & Partners
                                    Services Engineer: Cundall
                                    Environmental Consultant: Ashby Energy Assessors Ltd
                                    Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                                    Local Authority: City of Westminster

                                      12 January 2020

                                      MWA have started detail design for this single family dwelling neighbouring the Royal Courts of Justice, located within The Strand Conservation Area in Holborn. The existing 6 storey building will be fully refurbished with the addition of a single storey roof extension and reinstatement of an original lightwell to the rear of the property.

                                      Size: 2,235 SQ.FT
                                      Client: Private
                                      Status: Detail Design
                                      Cost Consultant: The Millbridge Group Plc
                                      Structural Engineer: Sinclair Johnston & Partners
                                      Services Engineer: Cundall
                                      Environmental Consultant: Ashby Energy Assessors Ltd
                                      Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                                      Local Authority: City of Westminster

                                      MWA Wins Planning for New-Build Offices in St James's Park

                                      13 November 2019

                                      Read more about the project here

                                      Size: 46,071 SQ.FT
                                      Client: Amdec UK
                                      Status: Planning
                                      Planning Consultant: Montagu-Evans
                                      Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                                      Quantity Surveyor: Wheeler Group
                                      Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                      M&E Engineer: Cundall
                                      Sustainability Consultant: Cundall
                                      Public Relations: Concilio
                                      Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                                      Local Authority: Westminster City Council

                                        13 November 2019

                                        Read more about the project here

                                        Size: 46,071 SQ.FT
                                        Client: Amdec UK
                                        Status: Planning
                                        Planning Consultant: Montagu-Evans
                                        Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                                        Quantity Surveyor: Wheeler Group
                                        Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                        M&E Engineer: Cundall
                                        Sustainability Consultant: Cundall
                                        Public Relations: Concilio
                                        Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                                        Local Authority: Westminster City Council

                                        MWA are excited to announce that Bell Yard apartments have completed

                                        30 October 2019

                                        The proposed design is driven by its historical neighbours with the hierarchy, proportions and materiality all designed to enhance the street scene. The rhythm of the façade takes cues from its origin as four town houses. The predominance of brickwork with rich stone embellishment allows a contemporary interpretation of the ornate window surrounds found on the adjoining buildings. Internally, the office space has been re configured to create 12 high quality apartments all of which enjoy views over the Royal Courts of Justice.

                                        Read more about the project here

                                        Size: 10,310 SQ.FT
                                        Client: GFZ Developments
                                        Status: Complete
                                        Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                                        Heritage Consultant: Architectural History Practice
                                        Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                                        M&E Engineer: Cundall
                                        Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                        Contractor: Cape Construction
                                        Sustainability: Cundall

                                          30 October 2019

                                          The proposed design is driven by its historical neighbours with the hierarchy, proportions and materiality all designed to enhance the street scene. The rhythm of the façade takes cues from its origin as four town houses. The predominance of brickwork with rich stone embellishment allows a contemporary interpretation of the ornate window surrounds found on the adjoining buildings. Internally, the office space has been re configured to create 12 high quality apartments all of which enjoy views over the Royal Courts of Justice.

                                          Read more about the project here

                                          Size: 10,310 SQ.FT
                                          Client: GFZ Developments
                                          Status: Complete
                                          Planning Consultant: Montagu Evans
                                          Heritage Consultant: Architectural History Practice
                                          Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis
                                          M&E Engineer: Cundall
                                          Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                          Contractor: Cape Construction
                                          Sustainability: Cundall

                                          Maida Vale House Submitted for Pre-Planning

                                          23 October 2019

                                          MWA have submitted a pre-planning application for the renovation and extension of this single family dwelling in Maida Vale. Proposals include a full-refurbishment of the property including the mews house to the rear of the garden; a lightweight rear extension; a 2-storey side extension; lowering the front driveway; and lowering the lower ground floor to improve floor-to-ceiling heights.

                                          Size: 6,168 SQ.FT
                                          Client: Private
                                          Status: Pre-planning
                                          Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                                            23 October 2019

                                            MWA have submitted a pre-planning application for the renovation and extension of this single family dwelling in Maida Vale. Proposals include a full-refurbishment of the property including the mews house to the rear of the garden; a lightweight rear extension; a 2-storey side extension; lowering the front driveway; and lowering the lower ground floor to improve floor-to-ceiling heights.

                                            Size: 6,168 SQ.FT
                                            Client: Private
                                            Status: Pre-planning
                                            Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                                            Hurlingham Road to Start on Site in 2020

                                            23 October 2019

                                            MWA have won a planning appeal for the redevelopment of a former London Omnibus depot in the Hurlingham Conservation Area within the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. The original application had garnered a strong recommendation for approval at officer level but was refused at planning committee.

                                            The exciting new scheme looks to deliver 60,278 sq.ft of high quality, modern, flexible office space for Hammersmith & Fulham. The scheme is one of four exciting commercial developments that Marek Wojciechowski Architects is set to progress in 2020.

                                            Size: 60,278 SQ.FT
                                            Client: Private
                                            Status: Planning
                                            Planning Consultant: Bidwells
                                            Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                            Transport: Iceni
                                            Services Engineer: Cundall
                                            Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                                            Local Authority: Hammersmith & Fulham

                                              23 October 2019

                                              MWA have won a planning appeal for the redevelopment of a former London Omnibus depot in the Hurlingham Conservation Area within the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham. The original application had garnered a strong recommendation for approval at officer level but was refused at planning committee.

                                              The exciting new scheme looks to deliver 60,278 sq.ft of high quality, modern, flexible office space for Hammersmith & Fulham. The scheme is one of four exciting commercial developments that Marek Wojciechowski Architects is set to progress in 2020.

                                              Size: 60,278 SQ.FT
                                              Client: Private
                                              Status: Planning
                                              Planning Consultant: Bidwells
                                              Structural Engineer: Form SD
                                              Transport: Iceni
                                              Services Engineer: Cundall
                                              Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects
                                              Local Authority: Hammersmith & Fulham

                                              New Build Scheme in Hounslow to Progress to Planning

                                              23 October 2019

                                              This new-build development will form a new landmark on a busy access route between South West London and the West End building on the recent transformation and development of Brentford Lock and Brentford Town Centre.

                                              Read more about the project here

                                              Size: 71,000 SQ.FT
                                              Client: Private
                                              Status: Planning
                                              Planning Consultant: Nexus Planning
                                              Transport Consultant: Peter Caneparo Associates
                                              Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis

                                                23 October 2019

                                                This new-build development will form a new landmark on a busy access route between South West London and the West End building on the recent transformation and development of Brentford Lock and Brentford Town Centre.

                                                Read more about the project here

                                                Size: 71,000 SQ.FT
                                                Client: Private
                                                Status: Planning
                                                Planning Consultant: Nexus Planning
                                                Transport Consultant: Peter Caneparo Associates
                                                Daylight & Sunlight Consultant: Malcolm Hollis

                                                Women's Healthcare Centre Commences on Site

                                                23 October 2019

                                                Read more about the project here

                                                Size: 21,458 SQ.FT
                                                Client: Welbeck Health Partners
                                                Status: Planning
                                                M&E Engineer: Ramboll UK Ltd.
                                                Structural Engineer: Packman Lucas
                                                Quantity Surveyor: Exigere
                                                Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                                                  23 October 2019

                                                  Read more about the project here

                                                  Size: 21,458 SQ.FT
                                                  Client: Welbeck Health Partners
                                                  Status: Planning
                                                  M&E Engineer: Ramboll UK Ltd.
                                                  Structural Engineer: Packman Lucas
                                                  Quantity Surveyor: Exigere
                                                  Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                                                  Marlborough Place Deconversion goes to Planning

                                                  23 October 2019

                                                  MWA has recently submitted planning for the de-conversion of this 5 storey Grade II Listed property which lies in the St John's Wood Conservation Area. The property is divided into 4 individual flats. MWA's proposals include the amalgamation of 3 of the flats into a single family dwelling; returning the listed building to it's original plan form, thus improving it's historical value.

                                                  Size: 4,083 SQ.FT
                                                  Client: Private
                                                  Status: Planning
                                                  Planning Consultant: Savills
                                                  Building Control: Salus Approved Inspector
                                                  MEP: Cundall
                                                  Heritage Consultant : Architectural History Practice
                                                  Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.

                                                    23 October 2019

                                                    MWA has recently submitted planning for the de-conversion of this 5 storey Grade II Listed property which lies in the St John's Wood Conservation Area. The property is divided into 4 individual flats. MWA's proposals include the amalgamation of 3 of the flats into a single family dwelling; returning the listed building to it's original plan form, thus improving it's historical value.

                                                    Size: 4,083 SQ.FT
                                                    Client: Private
                                                    Status: Planning
                                                    Planning Consultant: Savills
                                                    Building Control: Salus Approved Inspector
                                                    MEP: Cundall
                                                    Heritage Consultant : Architectural History Practice
                                                    Rendering: Marek Wojciechowski Architects Ltd.