Yearly Archives: 2019

Planning Consent Granted for Holly Park Gardens

We are pleased to have successfully secured Planning Permission for extending and re-elevating an existing dwelling house in Holly Park Gardens and erect a new single family dwelling house at the adjacent land. The two dwellings will have the same facade design to balance the impact onto the street scene and the surroundings. The proposal looks mainly to develop the vacant land adjacent to the existing dwelling and extend the area of the existing dwelling to make it more suitable for family use and match the market demand in the area.

Part II Architectural Assistant

We are delighted to be able to offer an employment opportunity for a full-time Part II Architectural Assistant.
 
Our ideal candidate will have at least 1-2 years of work experience and,

  • be enthusiastic and willing to learn
  • be proficient in; Adobe, Microsoft Office, AutoCAD, Revit and have good visualisation skills
  • have a knowledge of Building Regulations and construction techniques
  • have good organisational skills
  • have good communication skills

Please send a copy of your CV to tmonan@oselarch.co.uk for consideration.

Old Church Road

We are pleased to have successfully secured Planning Permission for the construction of a four storey building comprising retail at ground and 9 flats on upper floors in Chingford.

Promotions



Osel architecture are pleased to announce the promotions of John Amann to Associate and Matthew Carter to Senior Architectural Technologist, effective January 1, 2019.

John Amann joined Osel architecture in 2015 having studied and worked in Newcastle upon Tyne. John prides himself on having strong relationships with clients and contractors, looking to help them to develop their project brief by involving them in the design process to fully understand their needs and deliver an outcome beyond their expectations.
John has worked on a range of mixed use and residential projects. He also has a long list of successfully completed projects across the educational sector including teaching facilities, sports, leisure, catering as well as boarding & staff housing.

Matthew Carter joined Osel architecture in 2012 after completing his bachelor’s degree in Architectural Technology at Sheffield Hallam University. Matthew has a passion for the finer details and will strive to realise his, or his colleagues’, designs through robust and sophisticated construction detailing.
He has over eight years’ experience in the construction industry, during which time he has worked on a range of schemes including residential, commercial, healthcare and conservation.

Cavendish Square

Osel architecture have successfully secured Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for the redevelopment of a Grade II Listed former banking hall into a new restaurant/bar facility in Cavendish Square. The proposals will see the introduction of a new retractable glass roof terrace and a state of the art electrical cooking system.