Tyler House, Stockwell Park

Rooftop Development


Tyler House was refurbishment and rooftop extension project to a four storey 1960s load bearing masonry building based in the heart of the Stockwell Park Estate. Tullys provided pre-planning and pre-tender support, before moving on to support the main Contractor in the complex construction process.

Additional Units Through Rooftop Development

As part of a major regeneration programme of the estate, Tyler House was extensively refurbished and had an additional storey constructed across its full footprint to provide a further 13 units. Two new lift cores were also provided to improve access. From the outset Tullys led the specification and management of essential intrusive structural investigations to establish the existing building’s form of construction and condition, to ensure it was suitable to receive an additional storey. Through the careful selection of materials, the additional loading to the building was kept to a minimum, mitigating the need for time consuming and expensive strengthening works to both the superstructure and foundations.

Images by © Matt Clayton Photography

Project information


Network Housing Group
Henry Construction


Rock Townsend


RIBA Stages 2-6
Structural Engineering
Structural Appraisal

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