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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