Urban Basements are Basement experts in Teddington, London. We are a specialist Basement company in Teddington and the surrounding areas, providing a full service from Basement Design and Planning to Building and Project Management.
Teddington, a town based mainly around the River Thames and the train line bisecting it, is a mostly residential town with the Lock Bridge a major highlight. Home to long Victorian and Georgian terraces up and down the High Street, it also has examples of Edwardian Baroque-style architecture in Carnegie Library.
With the occurrence of so many Victorian- and Georgian-era houses, one may expect, quite reasonably, the presence of cellars and basements as well. This is because many 19th and 20th Century buildings had basic basements and cellars installed, used for the storage of coal for heating water and fuelling fires. Having these already present makes it fairly simple for conversion, and makes it easier to reuse what can be optimal space for storage, or extending your property without compromising the character or style of the building. Also, in terraces, it is usually impossible to extend outwards, so downwards is the way to go, realising the potential from beneath.
Site appraisal and feasibility studies, Site and building surveys
Specifications, artistic and graphic representations and construction drawings, Sales and Deed plans
Planning consultation and applications, CDM and H&S Requirements