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In early 2013, Jenny approached us with a truly unique project that we jumped at the opportunity to work on. Jenny and her husband had purchased the run-down 1820s Georgian home a few years earlier and had ambitious plans to renovate it, but her demanding career and second full-time job as a mum of two teens kept getting in the way.

We managed to lure the busy Jenny from Pimlico away from her desk with our promise of cake and tea (who could refuse?) to discuss her loft conversion and home extension experience and to ooh and ahh over the photographs our professional photographer had sent us. Read the rest of this blog post

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We’ve had a string of great reviews this month from customers who are overjoyed with the spaces that we’ve created for them, and we thought we’d share a handful of them with you so that you can see what we’ve been up to!

“Landmark Lofts did a fantastic job. The loft went up really quickly and to a really high standard. Tom and his team were professional and yet friendly and approachable at all times when building our loft. They kept the house as tidy as possible whilst working and were always prompt and delivered what they said they were going to deliver. The most fantastic part was that they used their initiative and experience to suggest improvements to our design, utilising the space as best as possible and solve any problems which came up during the build. They also recommended some really great and reliable workmen to complete all the other jobs – such as painting. Would definitely use them again if we embark on another loft conversion in the future!” Daniella, SW20

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This is the fourth in our series of ‘area profiles’, in which we choose a popular or up-and-coming area of London and tell you a little bit about it to help current house hunters narrow down an area or to convince existing homeowners to stay right where they are.

Kilburn, which boasts the NW6 postcode and is divided between Brent, Camden and Westminster, has become a popular and influential part of London – it has even been identified in the London Plan as being one of 35 major centres in Greater London. The main thoroughfare, Kilburn High Road, dates back to pre-Roman times and today forms part of the A5, which also marks the boundary between Camden and Brent. Read the rest of this blog post