How DGA Rescued Jasmine’s Wimbledon Village Home from Planning Hell

Jasmine had the tremendous fortune of buying one of Wimbledon Village’s most beautiful homes: a Victorian villa which is locally listed as a Building of Townscape Merit – a level of planning protection that proved to be too complex for her first architect. “I started out in Wimbledon Village with [another architect]. We put in…

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How DGA Helped Tricia and Tony Unlock One of London’s Best Views

Turner view of Richmond Riverside

Like many people, Tricia and Tony adored the Richmond riverside and often dreamed about living along it. A house went on the market that would give them the opportunity after a bit of work, but first they would need to get planning permission. What’s the story behind your house? Tony: We currently lived in a…

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Working with DGA, a Perspective from our Clients Deborah and Lloyd

After enjoying an international lifestyle for many years, it was time for Deborah and Lloyd to settle down in London with their two children. Their minds were set on buying a completed home, but their hearts had other plans… What’s the story behind your house? Lloyd: Three years ago, we moved back to our house…

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Client of the Month: Kate McKinlay Restores Her Grade II Chelsea Townhouse

Kate McKinlay

Kate McKinlay outside her vineyard, Domaine de Mourchon, in Seguret, Provence. Kate’s Georgian townhouse in Chelsea was overdue a makeover, but a false start had made her nervous about the difficulties of renovating a 1720s Grade II listed house. Luckily, she found us. What’s the story behind the house? The house is an early-Georgian Chelsea…

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