We have recently been granted permission for our proposal for the regeneration of St Michael's Centre in Fulham. The existing structure was built in 1899 as a place of worship for the residents living on the Sands End estate and currently provides a range of youth facilities to the local community. The development will seek to enrich the centre's existing cultural facilities whilst ensuring a long term sustainable vision. The project is supported by the freeholder, the Diocese of London, Habitat for Humanity and has been granted GLA funding. It is a wonderful opportunity to invest in a community space in a part of the city that has lost many such spaces in recent years. It also builds upon our expanding portfolio of community based architecture.