Latchmere House | Case Study
Richmond, London | Residential | Completed: 30/11/-0001
Built in the mid 19th century Latchemere House was built as a private dwelling, it then changed hands and was purchased by the ministry of defence, it was used as a hospital for treating officers suffering from shell shock in the First World War. During the Second World War it was used as a detention and interrogation centre for enemy agents captured by MI5. After the war it was then used by the prison service for young offenders before becoming a men’s resettlement prison. If finally closed in 2013 and was sold to the private sector.
Latchmere House was redeveloped by Berkeley Homes and has now been transformed into luxury apartments. County Gutters was approached, then awarded the contract to install all the rainwater goods to this stunning property. The system used was a 150mm beaded half round PPC aluminium gutter, with 101mm round cast collar rainwater pipes, the system included a faceted radius gutter and many cast aluminium hopper heads.
We are a specialist in this field of guttering having installed many large systems to modern new builds all the way through to stately homes.