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ClientPrivateLocationGoostrey, CheshireScopeAlterations and extensions to a listed buildingCompletion2019ContractorCrown Building Solutions Ltd.Hayes and Partners obtained planning and listed building consent for alterations and extensions to a Grade II listed farmhouse. The extensions included a two storey side extension to add a bedroom, en-suite and entrance hall, and a minimal structural glass conservatory to the rear. The two storey side extension was designed...

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationCheshireScopeReplacement dwellingCompletionOngoingThis new house will replace an existing 1930s bungalow, which had a mono-pitched two storey extension to the rear, dating from the 1980s.  The site is in an established residential area dating from the early twentieth century, with individual houses comprising a wide range of styles from 1920s-1990s. The site is located on a ridge at the edge of...

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ClientBilton Ward Developments LtdLocationCheshireScopeConversion of barns, new house & linkCompletion2012ContractorBilton Ward Developments LtdThe existing site contains a number of buildings including the two storey brick farmhouse, two substantial brick built barns and more modern agricultural buildings grouped around a courtyard.  The site is reasonably level and surrounded by open countryside. Planning consent was achieved for the conversion of the barns to...

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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 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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