Our hmo projects

With our design changes and proposed upgrades, our client managed to achieve a monthly rental income of £2,5000 pcm and a valuation of £240,000

With our design changes and proposed upgrades, our client managed to achieve a monthly rental income of £5,000 pcm and a valuation of £750,000

7 bed HMO

Getting the HMO Licence on a 7 bedroom House in Multiple Occupation can be challenging. For this reason our HMO Architect team made sure to put in place the Fire Strategy of this property even before submitting the Full Planning Application for the Sui Generis Large HMO conversion.

8 bed HMO

In order to maximise the amount of bedrooms in an HMO project it is often required to extend the building, increasing the overall volume by 30 to 60%. The most common extensions include: dormer extensions, loft conversions, hip to gable loft extensions, ground floor rear extensions and first floor rear extensions.

10 bed HMO

Working on HMO projects often includes developing mixed-use schemes, like this one. This property includes an Italian restaurant and a tattoo shop at the ground floor, while the large Sui Generis HMO occupies the first floor, the second floor and a generous double storey rear extension.
In some circumstances Houses in Multiple Occupation can achieve a high amount of bedroom units, like with this project. Our HMO Architect team managed to convert a former police station dated 1800 into a Large Sui Generis HMO including all bedrooms with en-suites. Our experience in working together with the Council Planning Officer has been crucial to get the planning approval for this development.

20 bed HMO

20 Bed HMO Top View

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