Tamworth Yard

Project Description

Status: Under Construction

Type: New Build – Residential flat

Location: Croydon Central, London

Architect: Stitch Architects

Tamworth Yard is located in the heart of Croydon and is currently underway to deliver nine new homes distributed across two blocks arranged around a central courtyard. In this way, the development will alleviate the immediate, highly constrained surroundings.

The scheme restores a damaged part of the conservation area and presents a new street presence along Tamworth Place. The residential proposal is supported by a rich landscape design to replace the previous site, which had no soft surfaces. The journey through Tamworth Yard follows through streets, to a central courtyard, and into the private amenity spaces of the new homes.

Haling Park Road

Project Description

Status: Under Construction

Type:New Build-Residental

Location:South Croydon, Central London

Architect:Tone Architect


The Haling Park Road development is located only minutes from East Croydon Station and consists of eight self-contained residential units with dedicated parking spaces for each flat. Each thoughtfully designed unit accommodates four individuals, providing a new beginning for singles and families.

The development was designed specifically to ensure the lower ground floor level would be, for the majority, screened from the public highway. Not only does it give privacy to its residents, but the development also provides the building with an aesthetic appearance of a two-storey property, with accommodation throughout the roof space.

All flats will be on the upper storeys. The scheme was designed to flourish with its distinct character like no other in the vicinity.

Trego Road

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Lee High Road

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Construction now underway for new mixed use development in Lewisham

CMT Construction is named as the principal contractor for Lee High Road Development by KNT Development. The mixed use project includes demolition of the existing car park and construction of new residential and commercial units along with refining the interface with the River Quaggy.

The development, situated within the London Borough of Lewisham, will be built to a high standard and include 17 new residential space ranging from one to three bedroom and two commercial spaces with sizeable basement storage. The four storey mixed use development will provide flexible ground floor commercial spaces with basement storage. Two car parking for wheelchair users is located at the rear of the site while generous residential entrance highlighted at the ground level.

The project benefits from the close proximity to the amenities found on Lee High Road and will contribute to regeneration of the area.

The demolition of the existing garage has now started and the scheme is scheduled for completion on the first quarter of 2022.

Martineau Drive

Martineau Drive

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We are glad to be appointed to personalise and develop the property for the new owner. Our extensive improvement includes complete new internal design, smart home system, home cinema, garden design and large kitchen extension.

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Railway Tavern

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Hillier Road

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This residential semi detached property on Hillier Road is located in an idyllic position ‘between the commons’ within easy walking distance of the fashionable ‘Northcote Road.’ It is also within easy reach of Clapham Junction, Clapham Common and Wandsworth Common.

Here in Wandsworth a contemporary glazed extension was erected as part of a ground floor refurbishment works to create a more open plan living area. The new extension houses a larger kitchen area and allows easier access to the gardens and patio outside. A great deal of thought has gone in to the layout and the overall finish. The house has an excellent sense of light and space throughout with a contemporary theme.

This project required internal redesign including a new glass extension structure to the rear area enabling the kitchen to be combined with the dining area. The glass extension creates an opening towards the garden and at the same time drawing the garden inside. A glass strip in the roof accentuates the longitudinal space and provides additional light to the original structure.

The main construction material of the design was a traditional brick material with large elements of glass on the external surfaces to allow light and a strong connection to the garden.

A feature element of the extension was the sliding glass doors to the leading edge of the extension. These modern patio doors slide away from the 90-degree corner connection and into their own individual cavity pockets within the insulated walls. Frequently used sitting areas or kitchens will want natural light to make them more inviting and usable and rear spaces that lead onto the garden can benefit from flush floor tracks and minimal framing will allow the internal extension to the garden.

Valance Road

Vallance Road

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Woolwich House

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Woolwich House, located in Southgate, is an area in high demand. Previously occupied by Barclays Bank and offices, the building was converted from the first floor upwards with two new floors constructed, adding a third and fourth floor.

The project included partial ground floor refurbishment and complete first floor and second floor redesign, including a new staircase. Additional new third and fourth floors with new curtain walling were constructed to sit on top of the existing building and side extension. The building is one of the early examples of concrete frame.

The development consists of 24 residential flats, 8 service offices and 1 High Street commercial unit. The building is located at Southgate Center and meters away from Southgate College and the underground station.

The completed building comprises of commercial units on the ground floor and residential units for the remaining floors. Residents benefit from excellent lighting due to high glass curtain walls. Windows on the side elevation allow residents to overlook the city’s skyline with views of London Bridge and Canary Wharf, making for spectacular views.

The existing structure of first and second floor is one of the early examples of concrete frame construction. While maintaining the original brick and masonry front elevation, and adding the new two steel floors with lightweight steel and a glass curtain wall, we created a tasteful combination of traditional London architecture with contemporary design.

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Shirley Street

Project Description

The development is located a short distance from the 2012 Olympic park and ExCel Exhibition Center in Canning Town, London. The site takes advantage of various transport links. Canning Town Station is only 2 stops away from the ExCel Exhibition Center and the vibrant Westfield Stratford City shopping center.

The existing site contained an unused warehouse which was demolished, paving way for the new development. 9 residential units and 2 commercial units with the introduction of an underground car park within the basement and to be accessed by a car lift from the front entrance.

The design has been developed to make the maximum contribution to the environment. To reach certain targets, the development benefits from brown roof and highly insulated walls, air source heat pumps and 100% recycled materials in areas. The structure is combined of mixed reinforced concrete and lightweight steel frame structure that sits on a perimeter of secant piling wall foundation and load-bearing isolated piles, giving the structure extra durability.

Having experience in mixed developments provides CMT to work with a diverse network of clients. Proposing valuable development ideas with a team that provides guidance and support during the pre construction and construction phases serve a more efficient and disciplined communication system with our clients.