We finished last week with such great news; three of our projects have achieved planning permission. Obviously, this is the outcome we hope for, but until you get the official green light there is always a slight nervousness. All the project are private residential schemes but are all quite different in typology and location, they really are a great showcase of our scope.
In central Southampton, Hampshire, the Skinny House is a brownfield redevelopment which creates a new three bedroom house on the corner plot of the existing property. The site is currently an overgrown patch of scrubland with unsightly garages on it, underused by us and an ideal brownfield redevelopment site.
In south Devon we have been given approval for the reimagination of Harbour View House in Brixham. The 1960’s bungalow sits on an elevated site, with stunning and uninterrupted views over Brixham harbour and Torbay. Our plans look to upgrade the home and extend the dwelling, the main objective was to alter the layout so it could be more flexible, whilst also engaging the house with its stunning setting and maximise the incredible views.
The third project is the reimagination of a mid-terrace, late 1960’s house in Bristol. The new owners wanted refurbish the existing house to create a more contemporary, spacious and bright home.
We are thrilled to see these designs progress and look forward to the next milestone in the design journey.