Do you require a report to validate your planning application (it may be for an existing building that you are converting or restoring)? Have you noticed movement or signs of movement in your property? Are you making alterations to your house or flat? Are you buying a property and some issues have been highlighted? Then you may require a report from a structural engineer.
With over 15 years as a Practice and a combined experience of 50+ years working in residential refurbishment and new builds. Our combined experience means there isn’t much we haven’t seen and our team is ready to help you with whatever structural issue you have.
The Toynbee team will be on hand to help you through the process. Simply fill in our enquiry form or call the office on +44 (0) 1903 641 517 for outside of London, or +44 (0) 20 8622 5302 within the capital, and we can get to work for you.
If your project is in the South East of England, we can provide a fast turnaround if needed. Simply tell us the scope of the work and provide an address and our Structural Engineering consultants can give you an indicative price and book a site visit.
This ground-floor rear extension is located off of Tooting Common and features a unique saw-tooth roof light design. The roof light design adds visual interest and allows for an abundance of natural light to enter the space. The extension itself is located at the rear of the property and is on the ground floor, making it easily accessible from the main living areas.
This refurbishment project is located on the edge of Richmond Park and is close to Petersham Nurseries. The refurbishment involves opening up the existing structure and reconfiguring the roof line to maximize the amount of natural light that enters the space. This will create a brighter, more welcoming atmosphere
Structural engineers for the refurbishment of a 1930’s town house in Norbiton for an architect client.
The ground floor refurbishment and extension to the existing house for a family in North London.
We were appointed as the structural engineers for the design of this new build house in Surrey.
A naturally sloping site nestled between trees within Farnham’s Area of Special Environmental Quality is always a challenge.
Wolfram Crescent is the transformation of this end of terrace house into some special while retaining the character of the original building.
The site in Four Marks, Hampshire, is surrounded by protected trees whose Root Protection Zones cover almost the entire site and dictated both the design form and construction of the foundations of the houses.
The full refurbishment and extension of this existing London townhouse off Wandsworth Common to form a new family home.
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We are familiar with working closely with architects, developers, builders and surveyors
on a wide range of projects. so we are confident we can work with you.