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Celebrating the launch of our new website

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DOLL & Co. is proud to announce the recent launch of our new website. It’s a platform to showcase our work and expertise which we would love to invite you to explore.

Take a look here.

The renovation of a unique Victorian home

Victorian home renovation on Christchurch Road

Christchurch Road

DOLL & Co. has been appointed as architect and interior designer for a unique family home in the heart of Richmond. The property was originally designed by the celebrated Victorian architect Sir Arthur Blomfield who is renowned for his design work on over 100 churches. Blomfield built and lived at Christchurch Road which now sits in a unique conservation area and has local listing status. DOLL & Co.’s plans look to retain and enhance the existing character of the building with a heritage conscious design approach that will transform this family home.

See past projects.

DOLL & Co. launches Hampshire studio

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While London will always be our HQ, we recently opened the Lomer Studio in Hampshire. Our new studio is set inside the Preshaw Estate amongst the hills of the South Downs. Far from the hustle and bustle of Fitzrovia, this studio taps into our sense of creativity and adventure. We are already working on a number of local projects with planning consultancy Whaleback, run by Ian Dollamore’s brother Richard. Together, we’ll be tackling complex planning and development challenges in the area.

Pay us a visit.

What do the non-dom changes mean for prime property?

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The non-domiciled status has been the talk of many in the property market in recent weeks. The tax exempt status will be coming to an end in 2025. This means that new arrivals to the UK will enjoy a four-year tax-free period, after which standard full-rate income taxes will apply. While there are some pundits who think this will damage the prime central London property market, the majority take a more favourable view.

“Wealthy international buyers have already factored in changes to the non-dom status so ultimately, we don’t think this will have much of an impact to the prime central London market in the foreseeable future,” says Shaun Drummond, residential sales director at Harrods Estates.

What do you think? Join in the conversation on social media or get in touch with us by email.


Ian Dollamore, Director at Doll & Co
Ian Dollamore, Director at Doll & Co
Ian Dollamore

DOLL & Co.

Ian is a leading architect and designer with extensive experience across the luxury real estate sector.


May 31, 2024

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