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Wednesday 2 May 2012 10.54pm
Hello,

I want to renovate a small 3 bed house off Grange Road. Can anyone recommend a good architect, who doesn't charge an arm and a leg !?

Any recommendations would be very appreciated...

Thanks
Aarti
Thursday 3 May 2012 8.54am
Hi,

I'm not sure what body parts they charge, but I can recommend Greg Lomas at Foster Lomas Architects, based around the corner from Borough Station/Borough High Street.

Greg Lomas 020 7407 7445
Thursday 3 May 2012 4.06pm
Thank you, I'll give them a call...
Tuesday 8 May 2012 9.17pm
Hi, I don't know if you are still looking, but my friend runs a small architecture practice that specialises in this kind of work:

Frederik Rissom
07525 944 674
R2 Studio
www.r2studio.co.uk
Sunday 8 July 2012 11.57am
Try Michael Trentham Architects. He's done lots of houses in this area and knows the planning system well. If you PM me I will tell you about planning/ building in this area as I have lots of recent experience in doing my own house.
Monday 5 August 2013 8.10pm
Hi there.. Aarti, who did you use in the end, and was it a success? JGarcia - I would be grateful for any advice you might have!
Tuesday 6 August 2013 9.39am
If you need an architect to help with planning etc, speak to Greg Lomas or Will Foster of Foster Lomas, based on Weller St. I used to go to breakfast networking with Greg, they're a good practice. We also recently did some planning related work with them.

http://www.fosterlomas.com/ 020 7407 7445

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