Planning Granted – Church Street, Great Shelford

We received planning permission and listed building consent for our scheme in Great Shelford. The scheme is to extend a listed property to the rear so as to gain the owners additional bedrooms and a large kitchen dining space.

The design uses a ‘butterfly wing’ sedum roof to enhance the appearance of this listed property and to work against the low lying rear elevation of the building. This will also aid the environmental aspect of the extension whilst also offering another layer of ecology to the property.

We are in the process of developing the design further for RIBA Stage 4 Detailed design / Tender and then RIBA Stage 5 – Construction. You can view more on the project here.

Extension, Church Street, Great Shelford – Goes in for planning

We have submitted the extension project in Great Shelford to planning with South Cambs District Council. The application is Householder Application with Listed Building Consent to gain permission for a single storey rear extension to the property.

We have developed the design with the clients since the feasibility process to gain some more additional space and ensure a comfortable design that sits against the listed property. The design process entailed exploration of the materials and roof forms due to the scale of the property and location of key limiting factors (i.e. first floor window, neighbour’s extension, boundary walls, etc.). All of these site contextual issues have assisted in developing the design to be a sympathetic addition to the property.

You can view more on the project here. We will keep you informed of how things develop.