News2018-10-31T20:28:12+00:00

TM Architects features in NLA Public Housing Exhibition

May 2019

Watkins House, the extra care housing scheme TMA has designed for Harrow Churches Housing Association in partnership with Harrow Council, is featured in the new Public Housing exhibition at NLA, and in the accompanying publication “Public Housing, A London Renaissance”. The exhibition, which focuses on how housing associations and London boroughs and are working to deliver high-quality, affordable public housing across the capital, runs from 16 May–18 July 2019.

TM Architects announces partnership with Medical Architecture

April 2019

TM Architects has expanded its capacity and capability by joining with healthcare specialist Medical Architecture. Together the firms offer clients a much wider range of skills and resources and a capacity for larger and more complex projects. We will build on our record of leadership in complex housing projects with new opportunities developing NHS and other public assets across the UK.  Medical Architecture can capitalise on opportunities for development of health and social care infrastructure.

TM Architects moves to WC1

February 2019

We are pleased to announce we have moved into offices in Northington Street where we are located on the second floor of this splendid art deco building. .

Watkins House planning application approved

December 2018

A 78-home residential scheme for a brownfield site near Harrow town centre has been approved unanimously by Harrow Planning Committee. Harrow Churches Housing Association will redevelop the site for Extra Care and additional, mixed tenure apartments following transfer from Harrow Council.

The new building has been designed in response to the topography of the site, stepping down from the corner and lowering the scale at the rear in response to the setting. The appearance is contemporary but contextual, with brick detailing and decorative metal screens adding visual interest.

Alford House submitted for planning

November 2018

A proposal to provide a new, purpose-designed Youth Club for Alford House has been submitted for planning permission. The scheme will be made possible by redeveloping the site in Lambeth for a new Club building and housing.

The Club offers a variety of sports, games, creative and other activities to local children and young people between the ages of 8-22. The scheme will provide 1100sqm of new facilities including a multi-use sports hall, fitness suite, recording studio and café. The housing will provide 28 apartments of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms in a mix of shared ownership and private sale.

Planning application for extension to Emily House submitted

October 2018

An application for a small extension to Octavia Housing’s office premises on the Grand Union Canal near Ladbroke Grove has been submitted for planning permission. The proposal is at ground level on the north side of the building where it abuts the high level canal towpath. The proposal includes a folded, green roof to maximise daylight into the new space whilst maintaining views from the extra care housing at first floor and above.

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