A Grade II listed farmhouse immediately adjacent to a Grade I listed church was served by the same site entrance as the farm yard. Not only did this detract from the lack of grandeur associated with the old listed farmhouse, but there was also a resulting lack of functionality when it came to unloading the car. Providing a new site access not only replaced unattractive property boundaries but it has meant the occupants of the house no longer have to a share a driveway and parking area used by the main farm and the commercially let units. Bloomfields prepared the applications supporting statement, all the existing and proposed drawings and the Tree Survey required to accompany the submission. They also briefed and managed a specialist Heritage consultant whose input was also very important. Not only is there a functional and visual improvement at the property, but the value of the property has been increased as a consequence of this successful case.