Planning permission has been secured for the construction of a replacement dwelling in the small hamlet of Hyde End in Hampshire and work is soon to commence on site.
When we were approached to assist, the site was occupied by a dated single storey brick building with a large detached double garage and a number of other outbuildings within its extensive grounds. A number of earlier applications by others had been refused or withdrawn as they were felt by the local planning authority to be inappropriate; we proposed a more sensitive solution whilst incorporating a number of exciting features in order to satisfy our clients’ brief.
The property will include a bespoke curved staircase, an internal bridge and a number of full height spaces. Vaulted ceilings will add drama and a feeling of space throughout.
Extensive landscaping and external features will complete the redevelopment and ensure that the new property settles quickly within its wider context.
With work now well advanced completion is expected in September 2017.