Skelly & Couch has been appointed for Phase 2 of the ongoing renewal of the Gascoigne East estate in Barking, East London.

This project was to design a new entrance and extension to an existing 1.5 form entry primary school for the London Borough of Havering, and to provide facilities to enable it to become a 2 form entry school.

Glebe Place is a major refurbishment of a significant historic building within a conservation area close to King’s Road, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. The project involved the complete reconstruction of the unusual roofscape.

These four luxury mews houses were designed and constructed to optimise passive and energy-efficient design principle.

Skelly & Couch is contributing robust environmental engineering to a pioneering creative hub of 16 new buildings on the Greenwich Peninsula. The Peninsula is London's largest single regeneration project. 

The project involves the full refurbishment of all public parts of the BREEAM ‘Very Good’-rated Hall for Cornwall and the creation of a new multi-layered auditorium, which will reveal the stunning historic fabric of the building to maintain its core cultural purpose to entertain.

Hatcham Temple Grove Free School is an exciting, new, non-selective, bilingual (English/German) primary school for 420 pupils with an additional 55 nursery places, within the Haberdashers' Aske's Federation. The project involved the reinstatement, refurbishment and extension of the school following a fire which badly damaged the original Victorian building in…

High House Artists' Studios is a new-build development of affordable artists' studios as part of High House Production Park in Purfleet, Essex.

The New Junior School is an exciting new development for the high-profile Highgate School and involves the demolition of its existing junior school and the construction of a new building occupying a highly visible new location in Highgate. The project aims to deliver a state-of-the-art facility and includes approx 4000…

Hill House is a former 1970s, 13-storey office building, which is part of the Archway Island site in Islington, north London. The proposal is to retain the existing building and convert 12 floors to residential use, housing over 150 flats and recreational facilities.