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Photo of a contemporary kitchen/diner in London with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, concrete flooring and an island.
Platform 5 Architects
Platform 5 Architects
Greater London

Mapledene Road

Alan Williams Photography

Photo of a contemporary kitchen/diner in London with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, concrete flooring and an island. —  Houzz

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paulablain wrote:4 November 2014
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  • Adam

    do you know what the distance is from the island to the outside wall?

Farhat Hanif wrote:10 August 2015
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    Platform 5 Architects

    The floor finish is power-floated concrete so it is laid as a slab rather than as tiles.

marinasalandybrown wrote:1 January 2016
did you need planning permission?

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    4D Planning

    This would have required planning permission as it is a mid terraced property that is proposing an extension over 3m from the rear wall of the house (and does not comply with the permitted development rights). See here

gaynorwalsh wrote:24 March 2016
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    Apparently you need a fire escape/window from the middle bedroom, so we've been told that leaving a small courtyard (1m sq ish) is the most practical way. I don't know if the fir escape needs to have access to the garden though.... Anyone?!
Owen Campbell wrote:17 May 2017
    bkremp19 wrote:13 January 2019
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      Platform 5 Architects

      Hi there,

      Thank you for getting in touch. The cost for the kitchen side extension was £80k. Please note this was 10 years ago. Budget requirements may have changed in the meantime.

      Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require further details.

      Kind regards


      Studio Manager

      Platform 5 Architects

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