Over the last few months we have been in discussion with the Local Planning Authority in regard to a modest new build family home we have been appointed to design. Outline planning has been granted, but there is a little contention over the ridge height.
Here’s the proposals which will be heading to the LPA over the coming week.
Hopefully we’ll have a positive update soon!
We were recently instructed by a client looking to build a new family home on a split plot in rural Essex outside of Colchester.
Here is our initial proposal in the process of being submitted to the LPA for some pre-application feedback.
Below are an initial proposals for an urban infill plot we have been instructed to move through planning in Colchester Essex.
Late last week we received planning permission for an exciting new build project in rural Suffolk. Now on to the construction drawings!
For full plans please see the links below:
127 Approved 1
127 Approved 2
127 Approved 3
A few photos taken on site last week from one of our current rural projects. We’re really happy with the progress being made and cant wait to see the glazing in place.
A few snaps from site last week, when it wasn’t raining…
The project incorporates a Class Q conversion of an existing agricultural barn. As part of Class Q the existing frame must be retained. So we have decided not only to retain the existing steel work but to show it off, making it a prominent part of the internal space.
After much consultation and negotiation, CWL has gained permission for the redecoration of a grade II listed home in rural Essex utilising Farrow & Ball, Manor House Gray No.265 for the Render etc and Farrow & Ball, Off Black No.57 for the Fenestration and Timber Work.
Please see the link below for our initial justification statement
COLOUR VARIATION STATEMENT v1.2
Site layout and indicative landscape design for the new build proposal featured earlier this week.
Please see the links below for full size drawings.
Side and rear extension rendering for a family home in rural Essex.
Initial sketches of a Cart Lodge to accompany the new build featured in yesterdays post.