A fine example of how a fairly modest rear extension can transform a typical late-Victorian terraced property, to provide vastly improved ground floor living accommodation, much more suited to modern family life.
The interfaces of the new structure and foundations with the adjoining properties on both sides were carefully designed and detailed to ensure that there were no issues from potentially sensitive party-wall agreements.
 
A 'build-close-to' agreement with Thames Water was required due to the extension foundations being constructed adjacent to an existing shared sewer running through the rear garden.  
kitchen extension, earlsfield