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Portions of the side elevation removed to provide access between old and proposed spaces. The brief suggests traditional flint and brickwork to infill the garage doorway with thermally and structurally upgrading to the walls to form a guest room/home office space with separate shower facilities. A corridor extends the landing into a vaulted bedroom with highly insulated walls and timber double glazed thermally broken windows. Discussions with the Conservation Officer agreed the use of horizontal timber boarding with slate roof to match.

Applications were submitted to achieve Planning and Building Regulation Approvals. A tender package including a CDM Checklist was issued and costs negotiated with a local builder.


A first floor bedroom extension and garage conversion with internal access points

Within an Area of Archaeological Interest and South Heighton Conservation Area, the extension for this 3-bedroomed semi-detached pre-1880’s cottage, adhere to all relevant guides. 

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