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Construction of a new home to the rear of a property


Construction of a new home to the rear of a property

KEY FACTS

  • Subdivision of a residential plot.
  • Carefully designed and in-keeping with the rural character.
  • Approved under Delegated Powers.

SECTORS & SERVICES USED:

  • Planning Applications
  • Residential Plots

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Before

Bloomfields were commissioned to submit a planning application for the subdivision of a residential plot and the erection of a detached dwellinghouse, within the rural settlement of Crouch.

The proposal included a new access, car parking and turning areas for both the existing and new dwelling.

We ensured that the dwelling was carefully designed with the style and built form being in-keeping with the rural character of the settlement, protecting existing trees, some of which were covered by Tree Preservation Orders, and enhancing planting to the boundaries.

It was agreed by the Local Planning Authority that the proposed dwelling, which was designed to resemble a barn-like structure utilising brick, weather boarding and tile, would respect the character of the existing settlement and the proposal was approved under Delegated Powers.

Senior Associate, Vicky Bedford, comments;

This dwellinghouse is now complete and presents an ideal example of a built out scheme which has been readily integrated into the area. We were very pleased to be welcomed back to see the finished result”.

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