Archive for ‘Projects News’

Planning Permission granted for Garden Room extension in Harrogate Conservation Area

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Planning Permission has been granted for this garden room extension to a substantial house in the South Stray Conservation Area.

The proposals add a Dining and Kitchen space with views over private gardens and remodel the interior to provide a more contemporary layout.

Demolition completed and reduced dig underway for new house in Farnham



Planning Application submitted for extension to house in Boroughbridge Conservation Area


A Planning Application has been submitted for a new ‘orangery’ style kitchen extension to this substantial property in Boroughbridge.  The design provides a contemporary internal layout within a traditional facade.

Work progressing on contemporary extension to North Yorkshire home.

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The interior has been plastered, the floor tiled and the kitchen installation is progressing.

Latest design update for another Farnham new build project



Work Progresses on Contemporary Extension in North Yorkshire


Work in Progress – A contemporary extension to a period farmhouse in North Yorkshire.

Standing seam zinc roof, western red cedar rough sawn boards and reclaimed brickwork.

Planning permission granted for remodelling of bungalow in Gatenby North Yorkshire

Hambleton District Council have approved our application for remodelling a property in Gatenby, North Yorkshire.

The design seeks to add character and update the layout of the bungalow to make a contemporary rural home.

Planning Permission Granted for 3,300sqft Contemporary New Dwelling in Farnham, Surrey

Waverley Borough Council today granted Full Planning Permission for this new 3,300sqft Contemporary Dwelling for a private client within the BE3 Area of Special Environmental Quality in Farnham.

Surrounded by trees the new house will be constructed using the Mantle Panel Building System of SIPs which provide external wall U-values down at 0.1W/msqK (only one third of Building Regulations maximum) and Air Permeability Rates of just (10% of Building Regulation requirements). Overall, the CO2 emissions from the property will be more than 25% lower than Building Regulation requirements despite the extensive glazing and without the need to resort to expensive renewable technologies such as PV panels, solar thermal or ground source heat pumps.

Construction is due to start on site later this year.

Works Completed on Nine House Mews Development in Dorking

Works have now been completed on the nine house Mews development in the heart of Dorking, Surrey. For more photographs and images see the project page by clicking here.

Construction work starts on new 8,000sqft house in Kingswood, Surrey

This week saw (despite the snow!) the foundation piles and beams installed on the construction of a new 8,000sqft GEA house in the sought after area of Kingswood, Surrey.