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  • Drawing board, to visualisations, to construction...

    Challenges often spark creativity, and this small project was no exception. Our clients brought this site to us with an extant outline consent for 4 dwellings. It quickly became clear that the original designers had paid little attention to constraints, with the large TPO trees on-site significantly reducing the developable area. We worked closely alongside our clients and arboriculturists to explore a range of development options, resulting in a new design which successfully balanced the tight site constraints and challenging access arrangements, against the clients detailed brief to maximise gross internal areas and unlock the full potential of the site. It has been a pleasure to collaborate with our clients throughout the planning and technical design stages, and we have also been pleased to provide them with a full visualisation package to support their forthcoming sales launch. Big thanks also to Paul Brown at 360 Dragonfly for the aerial views.

  • Breathing New Life into Old!

    We were delighted to receive progress pictures of this small self-build barn conversion we recently designed for a client in rural France. We worked closely with our British clients to ensure that their brief was carefully balanced against the importance of retaining the character of the original building. As well as extensive remedial and stonework including raising of openings to accommodate modern adults, this sensitive conversion includes a a new roof with mezzanine level bedroom overlooking a double height vaulted space with a full-height stone chimney breast and open fire. New roof dormers will provide additional light and headroom whilst framing long views across the breath-taking Bretagne countryside. Once completed, the barn will offer ancillary living space to the main residence to accommodate guests or holiday lets, and we cant wait to visit once its completed!

  • New Global HQ Into Planning!

    TJDA have collaborated closely with our clients, Hilger Crystals, to develop a bespoke design for their brand new state-of-the-art facility at Manston. The new building, which has just been submitted to planning, will enable them to continue to expand their operations to meet increased global demand, whilst supporting the local economy and providing highly skilled employment for the local community.

  • Does this float your boat?

    We are excited to see Team Assassin sponsored by Turner Jackson Day Associates now entered for Ramsgate Week 2023 - a fantastic family friendly sailing regatta run by the Royal Temple Yacht Club, that we are also very proud to sponsor! With crew ranging in age from 10 to 70+ and a wide range of experience levels, we are really looking forward to the next few months of training and coaching!

  • Charity Race Night Winners!

    Huge thanks to our friends at WW Martin Ltd for the invite to this charity race night for the RNLI! We had a fantastic evening of endurance racing against some very stiff competition, and were delighted to finish in 1st place after 90 mins of non-stop racing! As sailing enthusiasts, we are acutely aware of the incredible work that the RNLI do keeping us all safe at sea, so we are always proud to help raise money for such a worthy cause!

  • Village bungalow scheme submitted to planning

    TJDA have recently prepared an outline planning scheme on behalf of Guildcrest Homes for this development 39 new bungalows on a sloping site in Shepherdswell, Kent. The scheme has been carefully considered to work with exiting topography and preserve the long ranging views from neighbouring properties, whilst integrating level changes and landscape infrastructure into the scheme to minimise hard engineering and retaining.

  • 95 New homes submitted to planning

    TJDA were recently instructed by Sunningdale House to prepare a full planning application for 95 new high-quality homes in East Kent. The traditionally styled dwellings will integrate a range of sustainable technologies including photovoltaic and air source heat pumps to create a highly sustainable development. The site layout incorporates generous areas of green open space with a high-quality landscaping scheme which integrates a mosaic of mixed native planting with sustainable drainage features and a newly positioned and enhanced public footpath and landscape buffer.

  • 'Bluetiles' given the go-ahead!

    We are delighted to have recently gained full planning consent for another bespoke waterfront residence in a prominent location on the north Kent coast. The scheme was carefully developed to holistically extend and re-configure an existing dwelling, whilst enhancing the biophilic relationship between the house and its breath-taking surroundings. The design approach called for a sympathetic materials palette and carefully considered approach to form, mass and construction detailing in order to open up panoramic views out to the seascape, whilst preserving and respecting the distinctive character of the original property.

  • Schools projects forge ahead

    We are pleased to have recently achieved a number of planning consents for local School projects, including extensions and alterations to accommodate a new Junior School, and a new extension to provide state-of-the-art medical facilities for St Lawrence College, Ramsgate. Work is now underway on the technical delivery packages!

  • New Church gains Consent!

    We are proud to round of 2022 with a number of fantastic planning consents, including our bold new Place of Worship for the Church of Pentecost on a landmark site on Peckham Road, London. The scheme achieved a successful outcome following unanimous support from Southwark Council's planning committee, and we can’t wait to commence the technical design packages in the new year! Congratulations to the whole team for all the hard work getting this across the line! #design #planning #london #architecture #regeneration #turnerjacksonday

  • Little Randolph's Farm

    Detailed planning has just been submitted for the re-development of this former farmstead in a rural location in the Weald of Kent for our clients Wedgewood Homes. Inspired by the local vernacular and the historic courtyard farms of the area, the scheme seeks to replace the dilapidated farm buildings with a collection of six luxury homes set around a central walled courtyard. The design represents a modern interpretation of the traditional Barn form, juxtaposing a contemporary approach to design and detailing with traditional materiality to create a distinctive scheme with a strong sense of place which remains sympathetic to its surroundings.

  • 'The Oaks' completed.

    This detached luxury 5 bed dwelling on the edge of the woods south of Chestfield has recently been completed to a very high specification. Having developed the design from concept stage through planning and technical delivery, we are please to now see it completed and on the market for a cool £1.5m.

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