The two new extensions involved significant coordination with English Heritage and following several consultations a final design was agreed upon and submitted to the planning authority. We are pleased to be able to state that as a result of our extensive research into our various concept designs and our detailed coordination with English Heritage our submission was passed first time by the planning authority and English Heritage.
The extensions were constructed by our highly skilled tradesmen with reclaimed clamp bricks so the facades linked directly with main property, which can be seen in the above photograph. Within the extensions we also made in our workshop bespoke oak trusses to create high fault ceilings and a beautiful linking feature to the main property. The bespoke oak trusses linked the extension to the main property, as the main listed features within the property is huge oak beams at 1st floor and 2nd floor level.