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ClientPrivate ClientScopeReplacement dwellingCompletionNot startedContractorTBCHayes and Partners gained planning consent for a detached replacement dwelling, in lieu of a semi-detached house and outbuildings, on a steeply sloping site in open countryside.  The house design is compact and partially underground, reducing its impact on the Green Belt. The new house, detached from its neighbours, steps down the sloping site.  The house appears single...

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationLower Withington, CheshireScopeReplacement dwellingCompletion2018ContractorAndrew WainwrightThe client contacted Hayes and Partners when they were unable to obtain planning consent for a replacement dwelling in lieu of the existing buildings on the site.  This is because Congleton's planning policy did not allow for the inclusion of existing ancillary buildings in calculating the size of replacement dwellings.  The existing buildings on the...

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationGawsworthScopeBarn conversionHayes and Partners gained consent for the conversion of the whole existing agricultural building to create one large single storey dwelling under Class Q Permitted Development Rights. Hayes and Partners then obtained planning consent for the conversion of the barn to a two-storey dwelling within a reduced footprint.  The demolition of a side bay of the building allowed for...

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationAllostock, CheshireScopeRedevelopment of Brownfield siteCompletion2017ContractorHayes and Partners obtained planning consent for the construction of a new dwelling on a brownfield site in the Cheshire Green Belt.  The new single storey dwelling was designed to have no greater impact on the Green Belt than the existing buildings. Hayes and Partners then obtained further planning consent for a larger new dwelling with...

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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 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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ClientPrivate ClientLocationWeaverham, CheshireScopeNine New-build ApartmentsCompletionPlanning Tasks 2017-2018Local AuthorityCheshire West and ChesterThe site, currently occupied by a car sales showroom, sits on a prominent corner in Weaverham village at the edge of two conservation areas. Hayes and Partners was appointed to investigate the opportunity to maximise the sale value of the site. Initial feasibility studies proved that an apartment building on the...

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationMacclesfield, CheshireScopeReplacement DwellingLocal AuthorityCheshire EastHayes and Partners obtained planning consent for a four storey replacement dwelling in lieu of an existing farmhouse and outbuildings. The approved house comprises 1080m2 (11625ft2) of floor space. The process included obtaining permission for extensions and outbuildings before applying to replace the existing buildings. The hipped roof allowed for accommodation in the roof space lit...

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ClientPrivateLocationKnutsford, CheshireScopeExtensionsCompletion2016ContractorDutton and Peters Ltd Ash House is a detached dwelling located in substantial grounds with its own surrounding paddocks and woodland. The clients first approached us in 2010 with a view to having the (now existing) garages built.  Since then we have worked on a number of proposals and extensions, including the new games and garden room, the new driveway and...

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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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ClientPrivate ClientLocationCongleton, CheshireScopePartial conversion of stablesCompletionOngoingHayes and Partners obtained planning consent for the partial conversion of an existing stable building. The building had been constructed as an equestrian building so did not qualify for agricultural permitted development rights. The stables are retained in one side of the building; the objective was to provide domestic accommodation within the existing shed to promote...

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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 ClientPlanning AuthorityCheshire EastScopePlanning for two infill dwellingsCompletionPermission granted 2016Planning ConsultantEmery Planning PartnershipIn early 2015 a successful planning appeal test-case granted permission for an infill dwelling to be built at a site in Over Peover, Cheshire.  This established a precedent for new dwellings within green belt and rural villages in Cheshire East. The challenge in this case was to prove that...

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ClientVicky Thornton DesignLocationFelixstowe, SuffolkScopeBuilding Regulations & working drawingsCompletion2016Local AuthoritySuffolk Coastal District CouncilIn collaboration with Vicky Thornton Design, Hayes & Partners prepared working drawings and submitted a Building Regulations package for approved alterations and extensions.  The original cottage was a pilot’s house, positioned to guide sea craft in and out of Felixstowe harbour. Essentially the existing house was a small two up...

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ClientRough Hey LtdLocationKermincham, CheshireScopeConversion & extensionsCompletion2017ContractorRough Hey LtdThe Dovecote is within a group of former agricultural buildings which form a courtyard opposite Kermincham Hall, a large farmhouse dating from the mid-19th century. The development site originally comprised a one-bedroom dwelling with a single storey section under a lower roof, plus four stables accommodated under the same roof. The two storey...

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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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ClientPrivate ClientUrban Design and LandscapeBarnes WalkerPlanning AuthorityCheshire EastLocationMacclesfieldScopeReplacement DwellingCompletion2013Contract Value£660,000 house, £310,000 landscapingHeron Crag is situated near the boundary of the Peak Park.  The house is approached from a drive which runs alongside a brook, through an attractive wood and past the garden.  The site is well screened from the road by mature vegetation and the natural slope of the land. The...

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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 ClientPlanning AuthorityCheshire EastScopePlanning application for infill dwellingCompletionPlanning granted 2015Planning ConsultantEmery Planning PartnershipFor many years our client had wanted to build a dwelling on an empty roadside village plot.  However, the village is within green belt and unfortunately, was not one of the four areas identified within the local 'Borough Plan' where infilling was permitted. However, in 2013 new national government...

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ClientVicky Thornton, ArchitectLocationEast SussexCompletion2014Hayes & Partners prepared working drawings and submitted a Building Regulations package for approved extensions at Bookends, designed by Vicky Thornton. The house started life as a 1930s bungalow, purchased by the architect’s parents to provide an accessible home for their retirement. The existing bungalow, simple in form but short of accommodation, is extended to each side with...

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Client:Mr & Mrs WarrenLocation:Smallwood, CheshireScope:New Timber Framed HouseCompletion:2009Contractor:OakwrightsWinner of the Daily Telegraph Homebuilding and Renovating Awards in the Timber Frame Home category, this was designed as a bespoke oak framed house to cater for the clients’ requirements. The ground floor areas are maximised with large reception rooms and master bedroom suite, while the first floor space accommodates two double bedrooms and...

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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 ClientLocal AuthorityCheshire EastScopeReplacement DwellingCompletionPlanning Permission granted Oct 2014In 2010 Hayes and Partners gained planning consent for the change of use of an existing commercial building to a new dwelling at Tree Tops Nursery.  The change of use was not fully implemented and the site was sold with planning permission. In 2014, Hayes and Partners were appointed to develop designs for...

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationNether Alderley, CheshireScopeAlterations and ExtensionsCompletionPlanning approved August 2013The Coppice is a dormer bungalow on a generous site, built in the 1950s and extended in the 1970s.  The existing house is impractical with level changes and supporting columns within reception rooms.  The house has three bedrooms, one on the ground floor and one with restricted head height. The client wanted to...

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ScopeClientPlanning AuthorityLocationContractorCompletionPrivate ClientCheshire EastMacclesfieldReplacement dwellingKnutsford Construction2013The original house was a dormer bungalow built in the mid twentieth century.  The house has an expansive ground floor area, but only two compromised bedrooms on the first floor. Planning permission was sought for a replacement dwelling with a modest design facing the street and large oak gabled features to the rear. Oakwrights were appointed to provide...

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ClientPrivate clientPlanning AuthorityCheshire EastLocationMacclesfieldScopeAlterations and refurbishment of listed cottageContractorCrown JoineryCompletionOctober 2013Contact Value£250,000Keepers Cottage was once a hunting lodge with attached barns.  The barn had been converted into residential space to create a four bedroomed house.  The conversion work had not been sensitive to the character of the listed building and some traditional features had been lost.  Some of the spaces...

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ClientPrivate ClientLocationGoostreyScopePlanning application for two new dwellingsCompletionConsent granted 2013The site comprised a bungalow with extensive garden to the side and rear of the plot.  The client was finding the garden increasingly hard to maintain and wanted to sell the garden for development, whilst remaining in the house. Hayes & Partners was appointed to investigate the development opportunities and to apply for...

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