Development of house in Cornish planning Conservation Area
Our client owned a cottage in a planning conservation area on a coastal strip of Cornwall. The property had been built as a temporary structure in the 1920s and was now beyond repair. A new development was therefore needed and yet had to be undertaken sympathetically and in accordance with the regulations covering the Conservation Area.
How we helped…
We devised the designs and plans to take to the Local Planning Authorities. These were successful in their submission. We then specified, undertook tenders, drew up the contract for the work with the successful contractors and supervised the build. In doing so we ensured local materials were used and the design and construction methods supported the local environment and regulations.
The end result…
Our client was delighted with the new family home they gained. During the construction process, the builders were also impressed in the detail and comprehensive guidance they received. Despite our being based in Surrey, the project was completed successfully on time, seamlessly and to budget.
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