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Architects, Historic Building Consultants
Inspiring Visions; Realising Dreams

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ClientMr D MartinLocationMottram St Andrew, CheshireScopeAncillary Domestic AccommodationCompletion2010ContractorKnutsford Construction               ...

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ClientMr and Mrs A NeedhamPlanning AuthorityCheshire EastLocationCongletonScopeAlterations and extensionsCompletion2010ContractorRough Hey LtdContract Value£120,000The original house, a dormer bungalow, had been built specially for the developer as a one bedroom property with an open plan first floor, incorporating a games room.  Various alterations had left the house compromised; with three bedrooms, one at ground floor and an open staircase rising from a...

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ClientMr & Mrs BeatonLocationPrestburyScopeRenovation of Listed BuildingCompletion2010Horners is a grade two listed townhouse in the centre of Prestbury, Cheshire. The fragile building was in a desperate need of renovation not only to improve the appearance but also bring the building in line with current building regulations. Exterbally the stone mullion window surrounds have been replaced, with matching sandstone steps and lightwell surrounds. The...

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ClientMr & Mrs MasonLocationSiddington, CheshireScopeRenovation of Listed CottageCompletion2010ContractorCrown JoineryBlakehouse Cottage is a listed timber framed and thatched building. The special interest of the building derives, in part, from its age and the survival of significant elements of the original fabric. Principally the timber frame, stone plinth and roof structure and, most significantly, an internal wattle and daub smoke hood. The building was...

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationAlderley Edge, CheshireScopeBarn conversion to residential useCompletion2010ContractorKelly ContractingThe original building comprised a fourteenth century cruck framed barn.  The cruck frames split the internal space and prevented any linking of first floor spaces. Planning consent was gained for a conversion of the existing barn to residential use in 2004.  The consent included two staircases leading to single bedrooms at each end...

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ClientCalvary ChurchLocationMacclesfieldScopeReplacement Church HallCompletion2010Hayes & Partners secured planning consent for a replacement Church Hall in 2008. The new building includes prayer space, catering facilities, meeting rooms, Sunday school and crèche space....

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationWilmslowScopeReplacement DwellingPlanning AuthorityCheshire EastPlanning ConsultantEmery Planning PartnershipUrban Design and LandscapeBarnes Walker LimitedContractorH. Cumberbirch & Son Ltd.Contract Sum£3.2 millionCompletion2013The project comprised a replacement dwelling, detached garage with staff accommodation over, and garden buildings. The new house made reference to the roof shapes of the original dwelling, whilst adding a basement leisure complex.  The new house was located further back than the...

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ClientBarns BattyLocationLower PeoverScopeBarn conversion to residential useCompletionCompleteContractorAndrew WainwrightBarn conversion with extensions within the curtilage of listed farmhouse.           ...

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LocationCheshireScopeAlterations and ExtensionsCompletion2008ContractorJohn Simons Developments LtdA three storey extension of an existing dwelling to include a basement spa pool area with associated change areas and plant rooms, a replacement garage, kitchen, sitting room and study areas at ground floor level, and bedrooms at first floor, all linked with a lift and a new staircase. The scheme involved the creation of a...

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ClientMr & Mrs CurbishleyLocationNantwichScopeBarn ConversionCompletion2008ContractorJMC Building & Civil ContractorsThe project at Poole Farm comprised the conversion of two large barns into four dwellings.  The barns formed an important part of the architectural setting of a listed farmhouse which informed the development of the design. The proposals retained the footprint of single storey 20th Century buildings allowing larger openings to be introduced...

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ClientDr Needham & Ms HaywardLocationMacclesfieldScopeAlterations and additions to existing dwellingCompletionNovember 2007The house is a stonefaced mid-terrace house in Macclesfield.  The house clients wanted to reorganise the living space to accommodate a new kitchen, sitting room, and dining space. The solution was to open up the rear of the house and glaze over the roof of the yard next to the old...

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ClientMr J BarnesLocationSmallwoodScopeAlterations and Extensions, New GarageCompletion2007ContractorJ SheardsThe clients of Greenbank Farm approached us in early 2005, having recently purchased the 19th century property.  The layout of the existing farmhouse was inconvenient and the interior and services outdated.  Vehicular access was also a problem, with little space to turn and no secure parking. The solution was to extend and reconfigure the...

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ClientMr & Mrs NeedhamLocationNorth RodeScopeAlterations and ExtensionsCompletion2007ContractorRough Hey LtdAfter converting his four barns into high quality dwellings, the client wanted to refurbish his own house to achieve the same high quality finish. The farmhouse was large but the client was concerned that there was no room large enough to assemble his extended family.  The ground floor rooms had restricted headroom which...

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ClientMr M LeaLocationGawsworth, CheshireScopeConversion of Agricultural Building into OfficesCompletion2007ContractorAnthony TwiggGawsworth Business Court, formerly known as Shellow Farm, had operated as a sheep and dairy farm until late 2005.  In 2006 planning consent was achieved to convert three 19th century brick barns and two modern agricultural sheds to six office units. The site is located within the Cheshire green-belt and required a...

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ClientBarton Ridge LtdLocationBarton near Malpas, CheshireScopeRenovation of Listed BuildingCompletion2006ContractorMcGoff & ByrneRefurbishment of Listed Building to house popular gastro pub near Chester. Planning consent and listed building consent was achieved in 2006 to extend the existing listed public house and derelict outbuildings to form a pub/restaurant with 13 hotel rooms accommodated around a courtyard garden. The design sought to retain the spirit...

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ClientMr Robert HankinsonLocationStyalScopeBarn conversion to residential and commercial useCompletion2014Work at Beech Farm is being carried out in four phases. Phase I was completed in 2005; phase II completed in July 2008; Phase III completed in 2012. Phase I - an open Hayloft with cast iron columns was converted into a dwelling. The columns were retained, with vertical slot windows at the corners behind. Phase...

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ScopePavilion designed to be used as an entertaining and leisure space for a Chinese garden.Completion2004                   ...

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