IHBC’s HESPR ‘Special Interest Sector News’ pick of the week: Dezeen’s ‘Mews houses taking advantage of London’s backstreets’

logoThe IHBC’s heritage business register HESPR – our Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition quality assurance scheme for heritage services working to the IHBC’s standards – emails members weekly ‘News and Tender Alerts, including notices gleaned from across the development sector’s publications, and this week features a Dezeen article on ‘10 mews houses that take advantage of London’s backstreets’.

Tom Ravesncroft writes in Dezeen:

The mews lanes behind London’s main streets that once contained stables and outhouses now contain homes and shops. Here are 10 of the city’s most interesting modern mews houses.

The list includes:

  • A Victorian mews house in Primrose Hill
  • A compact, three-storey home fronted with a facade that combines 150-year-old bricks with charred timber
  • A terrace of courtyard homes, which were built from reclaimed brick
  • A small mews house in Knightsbridge renovated to be a live-work space

See the full notice at 10 mews houses that take advantage of London’s backstreets

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