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Congratulations to one of our senior architects, Julian Renshaw,  who has been shortlisted in a painting competition through Travelodge. Not only is Julian an excellent architect, but he is a talented artist too. His painting is of the Bridge of Sighs, Cambridge -  a favourite place for him to visit for the architecture, and to also visit his daughter. If you wish to...

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Prestbury, Macclesfield.  Planning approved for alterations and extensions to include inserting a dormer extension within the roof to create enough headroom for a new shower space.  The proposals also include a new orangery to replace the existing timber conservatory.  The new orangery will have a solid roof with a central roof lantern. A new boundary retaining wall will also be constructed,...

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Macclesfield - approval achieved for a two storey side extension over the footprint of the existing attached garage and utility, along with a replacement proch. The extension will accommodate an enlarged kitchen, utility room and family room, with two additional bedrooms above. ...

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Planning has been approved for the conversion of a hotel in the Macclesfield area to accommodate six apartments and twelve parking spaces, while retaining the main wing of the existing building. All upper level apartments are served by a shared entrance lobby, with lift and stair access, in the centre of the building. Two ground floor apartments have independent entrance doors accessed...

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Hayes and Partners have entered North Design Awards 2019 for Best Residential Architectural Practice. ‘Open to residential architectural practices based in the North, our judging panel is seeking a practice with impeccable credentials which delivers for its clients time after time.’ We are a thriving architectural practice working in the private sector in the North West. We serve private individuals and client/developers;...

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Hayes and Partners have entered Northern Design Awards 2019 - Best Residential Build ‘Recognising the very best in home design and architecture. Recognising new builds within the Residential sector that most effectively demonstrate high levels of user satisfaction and comfort and deliver outstanding measured building performance, energy efficiency and reduced carbon emissions alongside exceptional interiors.’ New Orchard Barn is designed to have...

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Hayes and Partners are proud to sign a declaration to acknowledge and actively combat our global climate and biodiversity emergency. For more information click here...

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Architects Hayes and Partners have been shortlisted for various design awards over the last six months, including ‘Best Residential Architectural Practice’.   Using examples from their award-winning portfolio, they explore what it takes to be successful residential architects. We believe good architecture is the enclosure of space, capture of sunlight and framing of views. Each design is bespoke, relating to the site context...

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Easter 2019 After a very long wait we've found out that PLANNING IS GRANTED for the conversion of an agricultural shed where a single storey Class Q conversion had already been allowed/approved. The new scheme is now two storey, but with a smaller footprint, and an internal courtyard to allow natural light into the centre of the house. The glazed middle section...

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We are very happy to announce that Hayes and Partners are finalists at the 2019 Grafters Awards!  We are nominated in the following categories: Best Residential Architectural Practice Best Architectural Practice for a Luxury Dwelling Best Residential Refurb and Extension Specialist Refurbishment Project of the Year  - The Dovecote Project of the Year (under £5million) To vote for us please click...

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A review of Hayes and Partners' 2018 highlights, including planning achievements, awards success and the projects on track for completion in the new year. Exceeding Expectations Throughout 2018 Hayes and Partners have continued to build on their strong reputation and outstanding record of success in obtaining planning permission for difficult sites, historic or Listed Buildings. The practice’s major strength is their knowledge...

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We’re supporting the campaign to reduce VAT to 5% on listed buildings! "Private listed property owners are preserving much of Britain’s built heritage for future generations, yet many are struggling to maintain and repair their homes. In 2012, the Government removed the zero rate of VAT for pre-authorised alterations to listed buildings. This was a major blow to owners. Since 2012, The...

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We are very happy to announce that we are finalists at the 2018 Northern Design Awards!  The practice is nominated in the Best Residential Architectural Practice category. We are set to find out if we have won this prestigious accolade on Friday 16th November at the iconic Principal Hotel, Manchester, where the winners will be announced at a glittering gala dinner. Getting as...

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It's an exciting time of year for us - the run up to the Northern Design Awards. The categories have changed slightly from last year; we've decided to enter the award for 'Best Residential Architectural Practice'. The criteria is as follows: "Open to residential architectural practices based in the North, our judging panel is seeking a practice with impeccable credentials which delivers for...

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In 1991 Planning consent was granted for a four bedroomed farm worker’s dwelling, garage and store.  The ground floor slab had been constructed to secure the consent in perpetuity. In 2010 planning consent was granted to remove the agricultural tie on the site. Hayes & Partners were approached in 2013 to improve the design of the dwelling and maximise its floor...

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Numerous new homes in Cheshire are created by converting existing disused rural buildings. Agricultural permitted development rights rules mean that more barns than ever are becoming available for conversion into homes.   In this Focus On blog post we will explore the potential for creating new homes within existing buildings with reference to our recent projects. Projects include speculative work for developers as well as bespoke designs...

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It is at times of celebration, when families and friends come together, we realise that our homes just aren’t quite big enough.  With rising costs and a shortage of properties on the market, more people are considering extending their homes, rather than relocating. Here we explore the different ways a modest extension could revolutionise your home, improve practicalities and change the way...

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A Hayes & Partners team member has been on an architectural tour of Berlin.  Check out these beautiful shots taken of the Jewish Museum and Reichstag Building. ...

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Hayes & Partners plans for the conversion and extension of the former Knutsford Crown Court, ‘The Sessions House’, to a boutique hotel have been given the go-ahead. The hotel will include a conference and banqueting venue – the largest outside of Manchester city centre – and will be owned and operated by Flat Cap Hotels, current owners of The Vicarage Boutique...

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Together with Carpenter Oak and Woodland, Hayes & Partners visited Cranham Lodge by Batterham Smith Architects.  Visually striking and built to high eco standards, the self-build home in Gloucestershire is a masterclass in contemporary residential design....

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Hayes and Partners have been granted planning consent for extensions to Dovecote Cottage for Rough Hey Ltd, to create a 5 bed house from an existing 1 bedroom cottage. The scope of work includes the conversion of the stables to bedrooms and a minimal aluminium glazed screen to enclose the existing overhang. DOVECOTE COTTAGE – JANUARY 2017 UPDATE This month we have seen...

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Throughout Cheshire, there is an abundance of old, heritage and listed buildings. Achieving the alterations and extensions that you desire in old buildings and conservation areas can prove a challenge, but a careful and sympathetic approach, developing bespoke solutions and working with local conservation officers, can result in stunning spaces. With this blog Hayes & Partners explore the two approaches to working...

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Hayes and Partners have achieved another accolade for the project, Lower Brook Barn, Rainow - this time for ‘Best Change of Use’ of an existing building or conversion, in the Local Authority Building Control Building Excellence Awards. The awards are held as an opportunity to celebrate the best construction in the region, recognising the high level of skill and professionalism the...

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Full Planning permission has been granted for the redevelopment of previously developed land comprising one new dwelling in lieu of existing domestic outbuildings on land in Adlington. The proposals comprised the replacement of the existing buildings on the site with a modest single storey dwelling of no greater footprint or volume.  The proposals are designed so that they will have no...

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