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.
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
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.