A fantastic commission to design this two storey detached house on part of a brownfield plot within the green belt has now been completed to planning submission stage. We are working together with local rural planning consultants who are coordinating the application. We have provided the detailed layouts and 3d CGIs so that our client can get a realistic conceptual vision of their new home. The design is aimed to blend with local housing stock […]
Planning Permission has been granted for a new dwelling and garage in the green belt for a farm worker designed by James Bell Architecture. The design is a two storey cottage with lime render and Cheshire brick cladding to an oak frame structure. The garage will be constructed in an oak frame and also clad in oak. The traditional design is aimed to be sympathetic to the agricultural character of the rural landscape. The design sees an extension […]
Designs have been drawn up to extend and remodel an existing farmhouse. The works include single storey front and rear extensions to provide spacious living, kitchen and utility areas as well as a dormer loft conversion to provide two additional bedrooms. A new double garage and workshop as well as a complimentary landscaping scheme will complete this proposed development.
Planning Permission has just been granted for a farm redevelopment designed by James Bell Architecture that will create a beautiful new Ice Cream Shop and Café in the heart of Cheshire. The proposals include the conversion of a two storey barn that will be completely gutted and renovated. The original first floor shall be removed to create a two storey height open galleried seating space that will show off the historic timber trusses and purlins and create a dramatic […]
The development of this new house near Sandbach is nearing completion with hand over expected before spring. The proposals provide an open plan living kitchen dining space and large family lounge with inglenook fireplace at ground floor. At first floor there are three bedrooms with a family bathroom and ensuites.
Drawings have been finalised for submission to extend this cottage design which has been previously approved by Cheshire East Council to provide much needed additional accommodation for the occupant. The House Extension has been sympathetically designed in Cheshire brick to complement the palette of materials of lime render, oak and reclaimed clay tile