Streatham


Architects in Streatham SW16 & SW2

With Streatham High Road voted ‘Britain’s worst street’ in 2002,  Streatham continues to doggedly shirk off the shackles of its faded past. Still awaiting an intense regeneration programme, parts of Streatham are miserable; however, community chutzpah pushing for regeneration is strong and there is a lot going for SW16; excellent properties, an abundance of green open spaces and value for money pull in the crowds, especially, young professionals, first time buyers, investors and families priced out of nearby Clapham and Balham.

Regularly commissioned to rework a patchwork of Victorian and Edwardian properties, arts and crafts houses, large semis, terraced houses and early examples of social housing, we have worked on projects to remodel awkward kitchens, open up narrow spaces to create more light and room, or create extra bedrooms and bathrooms for expanding families.

Architects covering Streatham

Many of the Arts and Crafts houses (we are qualified conservation area architects) are superb and have, rightly so, commanded conservation area status. Some of the best ‘semis’ in Streatham overlook the ‘Commons’ – Streatham Common and Tooting Bec – and we relish the possibility to create truly remarkable homes which may include a kitchen extensions, side return or loft conversion.

Garrads Road Conservation Area, Leigham Court Estate and Streatham Lodge Estate conservation area architects

Properties sitting withing the Leigham Court Estate conservation area, Garrads Road and Streatham Lodge Estate will require extra vigilance, paperwork and ‘jumping through hoops’ if being remodelled, extended or altered. We are experienced in working in conservation areas and can sensitively design spaces which favour planning permission.

Our kitchen extension, loft conversion and architect services in Streatham

Contact Anthony Thomas Architects to see how we can help achieve your dream home or to dispense advice.