Conversion to HMO [House in Multiple Occupation]

Conversion of an existing terraced house into an HMO [House in Multiple Occupation] where the building is split into smaller separate units with shared communal spaces. Aimed at young professionals, boutique interiors and creative adaptations were required to provide 5 separate bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom. Stringent technical requirements needed to be overcome to obtain Building Regulations approval and an HMO License.

Project Type: 

  • Commercial

Value: 

c£42, 000

Location: 

Doncaster, DN4

Client: 

Steel Property

Status: 

Completed January 2016

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‘I honestly haven't found another architect with whom I have as much faith in! You prepare very good drawings, have a high level of technical knowledge and you're also very prompt with communications.

Nathan came on board with the project at a moment's notice and was very accommodating with his time. We engaged Nathan to prepare the architectural design and drawings for the conversion of a single dwelling house to an HMO with 5 En-suite bathrooms.  He also organised and managed the Structural Engineer and independent building control company. He worked well with my project manager and demonstrated a professional approach at all times. I highly recommend Nathan's services.’

Kiran Patel, Steel Property

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