Mixed-use development, Angel   Mixed-use development, Angel
Planning permission and conservation area consent granted in May 2012 for a mixed retail, office, residential and 20-unit apart-hotel development close to the town centre.
[Architect: Tasou Assoc.]
Listed Building, Highbury   Listed Building, Highbury
Planning and listed building consent granted for the conversion of a grade II listed property from education use to five flats together with internal alterations.
Housing, Brixton   Housing, Brixton
Permission granted for six flats in a sensitive conservation area location next to a grade II listed terrace following a successful appeal to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. [Architect: DBa.]
Retails, Islington   Retail Units, Islington
Planning permission gained for the change of use of the ground and basement levels of former local government accommodation to provide nine retail units and reinstatement of shopfronts. [Architect: Tasou Assoc.]

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Mews development, Highbury   Mews development, Highbury
Planning permission was granted following a successful appeal against a failure to determine an application for a terrace of 8 high quality mew houses in a sensitive location neighbouring listed buildings.
[Architect: Tasou Assoc.]
Student accommodation, Whitechapel   Student accommodation, Whitechapel
Planning permission was achieved for the extension and conversion of a vacant warehouse building to provide 35 student rooms and affordable workspace on the lower levels. [Architect: GPAD Ltd.]
Residential/retail development, Leyton   Residential/retail development, Leyton
spp provided advice and evidence to support
the redevelopment of a prominent town centre corner site. The scheme will provide 36 flats and retail accommodation on the ground floor.
[Architect: Yeates Design]
Yoga centre, Angel   Yoga centre, Angel
Following the grant of planning permission for the conversion of a former photographer’s studio to educational use, permission was achieved for the use of the building as premises for yoga classes.
Former public convenience, Southwark   Former public convenience, Southwark
spp provided evidence to support the redevelopment of a disused former public convenience to provide a two-storey restaurant/bar. The site occupies a prominent position in the Tooley Street Conservation Area. [Architect: Spacecraft]
Vacant site, Stockwell   Vacant site, Stockwell
Planning permission was achieved, following
a successful appeal, for the development of a former car park to provide a three-storey building comprising 9 flats together with amenity space. [Architect: KingConroy]
Stockwell Listed Buidling   Listed building conversion, Stockwell
Planning permission and listed building consent was gained for internal alterations and the change of use of an early 19th century grade II townhouse from office use to five flats. A subsequent successful appeal allows for the replacement of the rear wing. [Architect: DBa.]
Vacant site, Esher   Vacant site, Esher
Appeal lodged against the refusal of planning permission for a mixed commercial/residential on an edge of town centre site. 
[Architect: SParch]
Vacant office building, Clerkenwell   Vacant office building, Clerkenwell
Planning permission was gained in early 2009 for the change of use of the ground floor of a vacant office to provide accommodation for a furniture showroom. [Architect: GPAD Ltd.]
Public House St Albans   Public House, St Albans
spp co-ordinated the submission of applications for planning and conservation area consent for the redevelopment of the rear part of a locally listed public house to provide three new retail units on land adjacent to the shopping centre. [Architect: GPAD Ltd.]
Canal side infill, Hoxton   Canal side infill development, Hoxton
Planning permission and conservation area consent granted for the redevelopment of a canal fronting infill site to provide a cafe/office on the lower floors and nine flats above.
[Architect: Tasou Assoc.]