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ClientPrivate ClientLocationRainow, CheshireScopeConversionCompletionTBCHayes and Partners have gained planning consent for the conversion of a modern agricultural shed into a large detached dwelling. As the existing building was much larger than the client required, we introduced an open bay, a void volume within the steel frame, to break up the mass of the building.  This in turn separated the main house volume...

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ClientRough Hey LtdLocationKermincham, CheshireScopeReplacement Dwelling In Lieu of Class Q ConversionCompletionDue 2019ContractorRough Hey LtdHayes and Partners secured approval for a contemporary dwelling in place of an existing shippon, one of four new dwellings at Kermincham Hall Barns. The first step involved securing a prior approval for conversion of the existing building to a dwelling. Hayes and Partners then gained planning consent...

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ClientMr and Mrs DeanPlanning AuthorityCheshire WestLocationNorthwichScopeAlterations and ExtensionContractorLatham and Hall (Kevin Hall)Completion2012Contract Value£150,000Sandfield Lane is a semi-detatched property, built in the 1930s.  Originally, the house had two reception rooms and a small kitchen at ground floor level, and two large bedrooms and one box room at first floor level.  It had little cupboard space, with the built-in wardrobes in the...

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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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