Burd Haward Architects

Burd Haward Architects
24 Wolsey Mews
London NW5 2DX

T: 020 7267 9815

Housing & Mixed Use

Gospel Oak Housing

New housing for London Borough of Camden, on three under-used, council-owned plots of land in Gospel Oak. The buildings respond to the surrounding post war housing & period cottages, and share a palette of simple materials and details.

West Kentish Town Estate

London NW5 Masterplan of 890 new homes, for LB Camden

Wolsey Mews

New housing on a small mews in Kentish Town, on a site previously occupied by three garages. The form and massing are carefully arranged to maximise accommodation, respond to surrounding buildings and minimise impact on neighbours.

Church Farm Abbotsley

A distinctive, modest exemplar of sustainable village infill development, this scheme for three new houses is located in the heart of Abbotsley, near Cambridge.

St George & All Saints'

New church, community facilities, public space and housing in Islington, arranged around green landscaped gardens.

Elliot Square Roof Extensions

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

Forge Arts

A new build mixed-use development providing a recital hall, café/bar, restaurant and studio apartments on a compact urban site.


Competition winning bid for 375 new homes at Upton on the outskirts of Northampton, in collaboration with HTA, Ramboll WhitbyBird Sustainability Consultants and Bellway Homes.

Rochester Riverside

Competition winning bid for 600 new homes on the Thames Gateway, in collaboration with HTA, Crest Nicholson and Bioregional Quintain.