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A period property dates back to a specific architectural era where it retains valuable heritage features typical of the time.
A period property will require special consideration, especially if it is listed or located within a conservation area or area of architectural importance. Naturally, the local authority and other relevant bodies including English Heritage will take a particularly close interest in the project. They will appoint a Historic Building Officer to review the proposals so that the heritage value of the building and its surroundings are protected.
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Two storey extension to thatched cottage in Broadland
This fascinating thatched property has been an intriguing project to be involved with. I first visited it more than a year ago and was impressed by its formal frontage and very generous front garden. Although...Continue reading...
The Old Chapel
This fascinating project, which presented a number of challenges, was for an extension to a converted chapel. Built in 1865, the building had been converted from its original use as a place of worship...Continue reading...
Conversion of barn in North Norfolk
This barn is part of a former farm estate at Stanninghall in North Norfolk. Sitting in a courtyard, it dates back to late Georgian times and was once used as a coach house. The client approached me to...Continue reading...
Large extension in Winford, Somerset
I took this project on after planning consent was refused for initial proposals because of impacts on green belt land. When I first came on board, the property consisted of a farmhouse, which had part...Continue reading...