Benar Headland Development

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New commission underway at Benar Headland, ‘Sandbanks of the North’, a peninsula consisting of a handful of luxury ‘statement’ houses.  Set in to the cliffs occupying a wonderful elevated site with panoramic views over  St Tudwals Islands across Cardigan Bay, the site has its own private access to the beach directly below the property.  We are excited to be working on such a great location for an existing private client where few opportunities arise for developers in this highly exclusive coastal spot

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Phase 2 of Barn Conversion Complex near Oulton Park underway; Barn Conversion in Prestbury passed; Planning permission granted for farm development in Marthall for 5 houses; Barn Conversion for 3 holiday lets in Fylde submitted; Bickerton farm development progresses

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Barn Conversions / Green Belt / Uncategorized

Planning permission has been granted for a barn conversion (image above) in Prestbury.  The property will provide 4,500sqft of contemporary living accommodation with oak framed extension, a substantial detached outbuilding for home office and gymnasium and potentially a pool, offered with substantive gardens and land as well as a private driveway leading to its position on an elevated site overlooking Macclesfield Road

Phase 2 of a farm development project consisting of 5 new dwellings is underway near Oulton Park (images below).  The development will provide a mix of 2-5 bed units with a central landscaped courtyard.

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Planning permission passed for 5 houses in Marthall (site plan below).  Faced with various challenges, we managed to secure a great consent for our client that will provide a mix of house types as well as outbuildings

Farm Development

A planning application has been submitted to convert a steel frame shed in to a wedding barn at the Hayloft in Great Sankey (image below).  We obtained the original planning permission for the conversion of the existing barns to a cafe/restaurant and events room.  Having proved an extremely popular location our clients have re-appointed us to seek consent for a contemporary purpose made wedding venue

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New Builds Progress Report

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We have over a dozen new build properties designed in a traditional style all across Cheshire at various stages of development.  The properties range from size up to 7,000sqft and are specifically designed to adapt to their sensitive rural landscape settings within the Cheshire Green Belt.  Many of the discerning features of our properties incorporate substantive use of oak framing, high quality hand brick and natural stone

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New Dwelling Tabley Birdseye

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New Dwelling Tabley Roof

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Planning Permission for Prestige Apartments

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Planning permission has been granted to construct a new luxury apartment scheme adjacent to Mere Golf and Country Club, nr Knutsford.  The apartments will offer a mix of accommodation designed for single storey and duplex living.  Situated adjacent to Mere Golf and Country Club, this development will cater for clientele looking for high end 3 bed-apartments with easy access to the M6 and surrounding towns of Knutsford, Hale and Altrincham as well as the wider countryside.

Development to commence August 2019

Recently completed projects

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This month sees the completion of a variety of projects from domestic new builds, commercial and domestic conversions and refurbishments.  Here are some images which will follow on our website in due course

Contemporary Garden Wall House in Conservation Area

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A contemporary new home situated in a back land garden plot has been submitted to Cheshire East Council.  The site lies in the orchard of the former home of Elizabeth Gaskell.  The north elevation is designed to appear as a Victorian garden kitchen wall with a sliding door to reveal the front entrance door to the dwelling. This is designed with romantic connotations of being a secret passageway through the wall.  Above the wall, cantilevers a first floor element which is part rendered and part clad in western red cedar to appear to be lightweight and ‘floating’.