All posts filed under: Green Belt

Planning Permissions Granted for Grade 2 Building Link; Re-building of Non-designated Heritage Asset in to Boat House Dwelling in the Grounds of Grade 2 Listed gardens; Wedding Barn / Restaurant; Contemporary Steel Frame Barn Conversion; Multiple Farm Developments; Retail property extensions and more..

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Barn Conversions / Green Belt / Listed Buildings / New Homes / Planning Rules and Regulations / Uncategorized

We have received a number of Planning and Listed building consents which include: Planning and Listed Building Permission to connect two Grade 2 buildings together in Lymm – a Grade 2 listed farmhouse to a Grade 2 listed Granary / converted Pool Building with a contemporary glass link.  See feature Image! Planning Permission to demolish an Non-designated Heritage Asset in the grounds of several Grade 2 Listed buildings in Spurstow to create a new dwelling […]

Planning Permission Granted for Mere Houses

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Green Belt / New Homes / Uncategorized

Planing permission has been granted for a pair of new detached 5 bedroom houses in the affluent area of Mere, Cheshire.  The houses are designed in an Arts and Crafts’ style which is popular to the local area incorporating a mixture of natural stone, silicone render and slate exterior.  The layouts will provide multiple reception rooms with an open plan living space over looking the garden at ground level.

New Arts and Crafts house nears completion

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Green Belt / New Homes / Uncategorized

A beautiful new family home for a private client designed in a traditional Arts and Crafts style nears completion.  The design features the use natural stone, handmade clay tile roof and silicone render.  Providing 5 bedrooms, an attached garage and open plan living accommodation, when completed this property will make a fabulous new home for our clients.  

Sutton Barn Conversion Approved

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Barn Conversions / Green Belt / Uncategorized

The conversion of a 17th Century Stone barn to a family dwelling situated in the Green Belt has been approved.  The conversion involves the repair of the historic stone walls, stone flag roof and oak beams of the original barn as well as a new oak frame orangery extension as part of the design.  The barn offers unprecedented views over the rolling hills of this part of Cheshire for the occupants to enjoy once the conversion is […]