NPPF 55 Exceptional and Innovative

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Exceptional and Innovative NPPF 55 Design receives Planning Consent Prior to our appointment the client contacted Mid Sussex District Council in 2013 with a preliminary sketch scheme. The Council advised (quite correctly) that the scheme submitted would not receive the council’s support, but were of the opinion that as the site is…

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Beautiful Grade 11 Listed timber framed Cottage

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After Two Years consent has been granted for a Beautiful Grade 11 Listed timber framed Cottage. We were approached in June 2014 by the owners of a beautiful timber framed Cottage overlooking Wisborough Green in West Sussex. The Cottage is of high importance and is described in the Wisborough Green Character…

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Restoration by Ditchling Conservation Architects

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The Old Manor House – Restored by Ditchling Conservation Architects Part of the Original 16th Century Farmhouse As Conservation Architects we were invited to The Old Manor House at the beginning of 2013. The previous owners had already undertaken numerous works to the property without gaining either planning or listed building…

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Grade II* Listed Building Gains Consent

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Cotterlings achieved planning permission on the 10th of March 2016. Gaining Planning and Listed Building consent cannot be guaranteed. Whether you are looking for tradition or innovation, boldness or understatement, we can lift your project out of the ordinary. Anyone can alter a building. It takes an expert to do it with…

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NPPF 55 GAINS PLANNING

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Sleepy Hollow has achieved planning permission on the 11th of September 2015. It was a long journey bringing our vision for an organic design to life. Faced with hurdle after hurdle, we maintained our resolve, and after developing the design over a number of years, we were able to simultaneously maximise passive…

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Paxhill Poolhouse Planning Granted

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Having received support from the local council at the pre-application stage, the application did not require amendment and was granted planning and listed building consent on the 28th December 2014. “The proposed pool house is of modest scale and complementary design, and discretely located some distance from the principal listed…

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