Author: jamesbellarchitecture

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 […]

New Build Scheme Submitted, Works progress on Large Country Properties and Cotebrook Dwelling completes

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Green Belt / Listed Buildings / New Homes / Planning Rules and Regulations

Above, a scheme for three new dwellings has been submitted that will replace an equestrian facility and situated adjacent to three listed buildings. Designed in a contemporary barn style to present a neutral design against the listed building setting and contextually fit within the Green Belt. We are working on a variety of Country properties that will see their refurbishment. Above, top, is Allostock Hall which is a 17th Century Grade 2 listed property. The […]

Remodelling and Extension nears Completion

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A whole house refurbishment and extension project to a detached property in Hale is nearly complete.  Finished internally with premium fixtures and fittings including herrigngbone floors, crittal glass and contemporary kitchen by Diane Berry.  The property will realise extensions to the front and rear with a new attached garage, two new gable frontages and modern extension to the rear with timber cladding and sliding glass Original property image below

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 […]

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