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Alex Tart Architects have moved to a new riverside office in Putney

  Alex Tart Architects are delighted to announce that we have moved to new premises at The Old Boathouse on Putney Embankment. Following recent additions to our team we have expanded into a larger office. With the new office sitting directly on the waterfront we have moved at an ideal time to take advantage of […]

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Wimbledon planning approval granted within conservation area, Merton

  Alex Tart Architects has secured a Wimbledon planning approval for a detached 5 bay garage to the rear of the garden, within the Wimbledon West conservation area, as part of our wider work on the Lingfield Rd Property. This approval marks the latest in a number of developments to the property including a rear […]

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Granard Road has been featured in this months RIBA Journal

We are proud to announce that our completed project on Granard Road in Clapham has been featured in this months issue of the RIBA Journal. The renowned architectural glazing company Fineline Aluminium have selected the Granard Road project to showcase their product. Following in depth negotiations with Wandsworth’s planning department we succeeded in creating full […]

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Planning approval granted for a contemporary extension in Kentish Town conservation area, Camden

Alex Tart Architects has achieved planning permission for the full refurbishment and glazed rear extension, on a property on Dunollie Rd in Camden.     Due to the house’s location within the Kentish Town conservation area, comprising of 18th and 19th century townhouses. Planning permission for the scheme required a sensitive approach to the property’s surroundings. The design respects the rhythm […]

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Our completed project in Hammersmith has been featured in the latest edition of Porter magazine

The recently completed house renovation and refurbishment has been featured as a main 14 page photoshoot in the latest edition of Porter magazine. Located within a Conservation Area, we successfully gained a rare joint planning approval for our clients, enabling them to extend the side of their property over two floors. The result has been […]

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Real Homes have included our project on Goldhawk road as their leading 6-page case study in this month’s feature “Don’t Move Improve.”

The 6-page article concentrates on how planning permission was successfully obtained in a strict conservation area in Hammersmith to create a two-story, south facing rear garden extension. It also analyses how the careful re-planning and refurbishment of the house has unlocked the property’s potential and opened the house up to the garden. The client is […]

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Our completed project on Granard road in Clapham provides the main 9 page feature inside this February’s issue of Homes and Gardens

We are delighted to announce that the article ‘Light Touch’ focuses on how “clever design tricks were used to create a bright welcoming interior, from the loft to the basement, in this expertly redesigned family property”. Alongside stunning photos of the house, the article includes interviews with our director Alex Tart, the client and the […]

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Listed building consent and planning permission have been granted for the refurbishment of a Grade II listed building in a conservation area near Bath.

We have worked closely alongside the clients and the Bath and North East Somerset planning and conservation departments to ensure the requirements of all parties were met and that planning and listed building approvals were granted. The proposals include the creation of an additional floor within the roof void, the installation of a connecting stair […]

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Planning and listed building approvals have been granted for the internal refurbishment of a Grade II listed flat in the Knightsbridge conservation area in Westminster

The plan has been carefully re-designed to improve the efficiency of the layout and increase the overall storage and light within the property.

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Goldhawk Road has been featured on the front cover of The Times Bricks and Mortar

We are proud to announce that our recently completed project on Goldhawk Road has been featured on the front cover of The Times “Bricks and Mortar”. The publication focuses on the topic of “how to add value to your home.” Alex Tart Architects were approached for advice and our director, Alex Tart is personally quoted […]

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Listed building and planning appeal won for Grade II listed house Castelnau, Barnes, Richmond

Alex Tart Architects have been granted listed building and planning consent for extensive remodelling and extensions to a Grade II listed house on Castelnau, Barnes, Richmond. The permission for this sensitive scheme was approved after lodging an appeal to the planning inspectorate. This outcome is particularly notable due to the limited number of appeals won […]

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Alex Tart Architects have been featured in The Times Bricks and Mortar article, “Now’s the time to renovate.”

Alex Tart Architects are delighted to announce we have had our refurbishment and extension project in Hammersmith featured in ‘The Times’ Bricks and Mortar section. Our project was specifically selected to demonstrate the value that extending and refurbishing your home can have. ‘The Times’ recommends renovating and extending your existing home to add value and […]

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Now Featured on the list

Alex Tart Architects have been included on ‘The List’ complied by House and Garden.  

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Alex Tart Architects have launched their new website

Our new site was created to reflect the company’s unique selling point of being highly skilled in both classic and contemporary design. The site is very visual, with photographs of our past and current work, showcasing the company’s talent and experience. The strong visuals and classy colour scheme support our reliability and style. Foundry Digital assisted […]

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Joint planning permission has been granted for a double height side return and full refurbishment in Hammersmith and Fulham.

Not only have Alex Tart Architects secured planning permission for a sizeable garden extension we have also obtained planning approval for a first floor side return extension. This unusual planning application has been secured by applying for a joint planning application in conjunction with the neighbouring property. The house has also being completely re-planned and […]

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Planning permission has been granted for a two story brick extension in a conservation area in Hammersmith and Fulham.

The project won a rare planning approval in a Conservation Area through a seamless hybridisation of contemporary design and traditional detailing. The extended areas of the building will sensitively mimic and enhance the brickwork of the original building, preserving the look and feel of traditional residential west London vernacular. The substantial extension that will be […]

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Alex Tart offers advice in Architects Choice Magazine

We are proud to have been selected to offer professional advice to Architects Choice. Alex Tart shares some of his knowledge about how light can be used to transform spaces.

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Planning approval has been granted for a roof extension, garden extension and basement in a conservation area in Wandsworth.

The house is located in a sensitive conservation area in Wandsworth. Following the submission of a high quality design, Alex Tart Architects skillfully negotiated approval to increase the gross internal floor area of the property by approximately 60%. On the second floor approval was gained for a sizeable, yet sensitive roof extension designed to blend […]

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