Burd Haward Architects

Burd Haward Architects
24 Wolsey Mews
London NW5 2DX

T: 020 7267 9815

Housing & Mixed Use

Gospel Oak Housing

New mixed tenure homes on a collection of infill sites for London Borough of Camden, delivered under their Community Investment Programme.

Bloomsbury Terraces

The repair and conversioThe repair and conversion of two listed Georgian terraces in Bloomsbury into 37 self-contained residential apartments for the University of London.

West Kentish Town Estate Masterplan

An estate regeneration project comprising a landscape-led phased masterplan for 890 new homes and community spaces for the London Borough of Camden

Abbey Strand Buildings

The repair and conversion of a collection of 15th century Category A listed buildings in Edinburgh into a new learning centre and residential apartments for Royal Collection Trust.

Wolsey Mews Studios

A new mixed-use development in a mews in Kentish Town, this new building is skillfully arranged to maximise accommodation, respond to surrounding buildings and minimise impact on neighbours.

Elliot Square Roof Extensions

 Planning and Development of site wide design for upwards development of existing houses.

West End Lane Apartments

 Eight new apartments on a constrained urban infill site

Forge Arts Venue

An award-winning mixed-use development comprising a 120-seat recital hall, a café/bar, restaurant and three studio apartments situated on a compact urban site in Camden Town, London NW1.

St George & All Saints' New Church and Housing

A new church, community hall and public gardens together with 27 residential units in Tufnell Park, Islington

Church Farm Housing

A rural housing scheme in the heart of a historic village near Cambridge that preserves and enhances the local listed and landscape character.

Palmers Yard Housing

A collection of eight flats & maisonettes and a new office workspace for Peabody, arranged around a south-facing, landscaped courtyard.

Upton Sites F&G

Competition winning bid for 375 new homes at Upton on the outskirts of Northampton.

Rochester Riverside

Competition winning scheme for 600 new homes on the Thames Gateway.