Building a new house in the countryside requires key criteria to be satisfied in order to obtain the relevant planning permission. We have considerable experience and success in securing permission for such houses through Paragraph 79 (National Planning Policy Framework), ranging from an Arts & Crafts movement inspired house, to a home and garden based on permaculture principles, to a modernist pavillion designed around the needs of a disabled family member. These exciting projects always require a thorough knowledge of the policy context, an ability to understand client and architect to help them deliver their aspirations, and an analytical, out-of-the-box strategy to create opportunities out of constraints.
Renovating historic buildings can be a complicated process, but we have abundant experience of completing and coordinating applications to secure all the necessary permissions. Ethical Partnership’s recent projects include the conversion of redundant agricultural buildings to new homes (which included the restoration of a Scheduled Ancient Monument, the highest category of heritage listing in England); and the transformation of a derelict cottage in a conservation area to create a design for a beautiful home that marries old and new.
These are just some examples of the types of projects on which we work. Having an efficient, friendly and knowledgeable Planning Consultant is imperative for driving projects forwards and getting the best results.
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