This is one of the 3D images we submitted as part of the Farm Conversion Planning application. Not all applications require images like this but it does help communicate the intentions of the scheme.
We have now finished the proposal for a new swimming pool extension at a barn conversion within the curtilage of a listed building in Rutland. It was a long drawn out process as the planners were recommending the proposal for refusal. After discussions with planning and heritage consultants and a small redesign the scheme is now being recommended for approval under delegated powers. Walters Architects only became involved when the client had an issue with the planners. We are becoming quite successful at working with buildings which are listed or in conservations areas and we enjoy the work.
This morning we made some small amendments to a set of planning drawings and this afternoon we have submitted an application for ‘Listed Building Consent’ associated with the same building. The house is also within the Charnwood’s Conservation area of Swithland. Walters Architects like to work on listed buildings within Conservation areas, we have had some very good results. we will soon be making a planning application for a two storey extension to the rear of the property.
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