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Work underway in Crofton

The remodelling project on a bungalow in Stubbington, Hampshire that we gained planning permission for at the end of May is now well under way. The project will see the bungalow extended to the rear and another storey added to … Continue reading

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Winchester remodelling project nearing completion

We are pleased to report that the scheme that we designed for the remodelling and extension of a rundown 1950s house in the Winchester district has now been completed. When we first visited the countryside property in 2016, the garden … Continue reading

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Planning granted in Hill Head

We are pleased to have gained planning permission for an interesting project near the sea in Hill Head, Hampshire. Having worked successfully on two of their earlier projects, our clients were keen to unlock the potential in their new bungalow … Continue reading

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What happens when the builder goes off-piste?

There is no defence for changing structural elements without the approval of the homeowner, the designer and the Building Control body. Continue reading

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Are you building a house or a home?

The planning system, like housing development is a numbers game. Policies talk about units, houses and infrastructure, not homes and families. Continue reading

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Why the Governments changes to Permitted Development are not such a great idea – Planning changes

So given my position you would think I would relish the opportunity to design larger extensions without the interference of the local planning authority. However, despite the benefits…. Continue reading

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