Rhema Court is a development of 6 luxury apartments arranged over 3 floors finished to a high specification in a conservation area close to Reading town centre. The development has an arched opening to provide parking to the rear of the property.

The project has become feasible because a gap in the street between existing properties and the owners of the rear gardens made the land avaliable for development. This shows what can be achieved by increasing the density of existing plots.

This is a good example of what Landen Maple Homes architects can achieve through regeneration and redevelopment of a rear garden.
 
Crofts Cottage. This was a site in the countryside in West Berkshire which had a small single story cottage on a large plot. This made it possible to redevelop the site with one replacement and one new infill dwelling.

2 four bedroom detached cottage style dwellings were created with detached double garages around a courtyard design. The scheme proved very popular and there was a lot of interest during the construction phase of the project. The properties could have been sold several times over.

This shows what can be achieved in an area where the design has to be sensitive and blend in with the surrounding architecture and landscape