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ClientRough Hey LtdLocationKermincham, CheshireScopeConversion & extensionsCompletion2017ContractorRough Hey LtdDovecote Cottage was a converted pigeon house with attached single storey house and adjoining stable block.  The client wanted to maximise the floor area and increase the number of bedrooms. Following completion of a series of planning tasks, Hayes & Partners gained approval for a masterplan scheme with five bedrooms and a large open...

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Agricultural Buildings to Dwellinghouses   Class Q of the General Permitted Development Order permits the change of use of a total of 450 m2 (4843 ft2) of floorspace in an existing agricultural building to residential use, this can take the form of 1 to 3 dwellings within the envelope of an existing agricultural building. Class Q only permits ‘building operations reasonably necessary...

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ClientMr & Mrs HallLocationGawsworthScopeBarn ConversionCompletion2008ContractorRough Hey LtdThe barn sits on a steeply sloping site overlooking the Cheshire plain.  The proposals took advantage of the slope in planning and in optimising the views at the front dwelling. The clients purchased the site with planning permission for the conversion to residential comprising two detached single storey dwellings with three bedrooms each. The proposals included...

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ClientPrivate ClientPlanning AuthorityCheshire EastLocationMacclesfieldScopeBarn ConversionCompletion2016ContractorSelf Build Lower Brook Croft was a small stone barn which farm part of an agricultural group including  a seventeenth century stone farmhouse and barn, which were both Grade II listed.  The challenge of the project was to accommodate a practical dwelling within the existing envelope, which stepped down across the farmyard, while retaining an open space...

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ClientPrivate ClientLandscapeSusan BuckleyPlanning AuthorityCheshire EastLocationMacclesfieldScopeConversion of Listed BarnCompletion2014ContractorSelf BuildLower Brook Barn is a large stone barn in close proximity to a listed farmhouse. The barn is also a listed building.  Hayes & Partners gained planning and listed building consent for conversion from agricultural use to form a new dwelling in 2008. Hayes & Partners provided the client with a partial service...

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ClientRough Hey LtdLocationEaton, CheshireScopeConversion of barns into 4 new dwellingsLandscape DesignBarnes WalkerPlanning AuthorityCheshire EastCompletion2014ContractorRough Hey LtdOriginally, planning consent was granted for permission to convert the smallest barn on the site to a dwelling.  During the Cheshire East moratorium on new dwellings, Hayes & Partners gained consent to transfer the planning consent from the small barn to a larger barn on...

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationCheshirenr Ormskirk, LancashireScopeConversion of barnPlanning AuthorityWest Lancashire District CouncilCompletion2011ContractorCrown JoineryMoor Hall Barn is a converted stable block situated in a rural location of West Lancashire, forming part of Moor Hall Estate.  The barn is a listed curtilage building, built in approx. 1840s and attached to a larger listed 17th Century brick barn, situated on a medieval site. Planning consent was...

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ClientMr & Mrs BrownLocationBosley, CheshireScopeBarn ConversionCompletionNov 2011ContractorRough Hey LtdEmery Planning Partnership secured a planning appeal decision allowing conversion and extension of the Hayloft in 2009. Hayes & Partners redesigned the internal layout of the conversion and submitted a building regulations application. The building work was completed by Rough Hey Ltd with additional details and regular site inspections undertaken by Hayes & Partners as...

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

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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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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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