We are delighted to have obtained planning approval for The Red House in Goring-on-Thames, Lydalls Close in Didcot and Broomsticks in West Hagbourne, all of which are renovations and extensions to existing properties.
The Red House is a comprehensive renovation project with extensions and internal alterations to a large and attractive 1930's property. Historic sub-divisions of the site have left the home's main outlook facing the boundary. The new design reconfigures the layout to make the best of the garden views and offers a sympathetic fusion of contemporary design and beautiful period features.
Lydalls Close is one of four 1960's bungalows with some existing extensions limiting the connection between living space and garden. The new design offers a more suitable modern family living space with large living, dining and kitchen at the rear. Our proposal includes new extensions, loft conversion and a new external appearance with render and timber cladding for a contemporary look.
Broomsticks is located in the West Hagbourne Conservation Area and is a 'Building of Local Note'. The property has been extended and altered in the past leaving it with an unconsolidated appearance. Our new proposals provide a central extension and new entrance improving the living and circulation spaces. The design respects the original massing and materials whilst also hinting at the present day with contemporary dormers and large sliding patio doors.