Situated to the north-east of London in Hackney is Fullwoods Mews; a paved cul-de-sac off Bevenden Street. The Mews contains 6 properties used for commercial purposes.
The Mews is not part of a Conservation Area. A high explosive bomb fell onto the opposite end of Bevenden Street in World War II, east of the Mews. When the London Poverty Maps were first published, the area was deemed to have a mixture of comfortable and poorer living conditions with lower than average household earnings.
Fullwoods Mews is made up of two and three storey, painted brickwork buildings with roofs hidden behind parapet walls, surrounded by a paved road surface. Parking is restricted and there are intact and converted garages present.
The original purpose of the Mews was to provide stable/ coach house accommodation for the main houses on the surrounding streets and nowadays the properties are still used commercially.
There have been very few planning applications made for alterations to the properties within the Mews both before and since 2003, the most notable being the removal of an existing roof to create additional storeys for residential studio flats.