Project Summary

  • Demolition of an existing extension and rear outbuildings to facilitate the extension of a single dwelling into a mixed three unit scheme.
  • Development within the curtilage of a residential garden.
  • Demonstrated compliance with the mix and density of development in the area.
  • The need for the design to respond to the principal characteristics of the area.
  • The planning process comprised a pre application submission and a full planning application.

The Planning Process

Working with Barefoot Architects and Entran, planning permission was secured for a design led, small residential scheme in Bristol, comparing the reconfiguration and extension of an end of terrace house sat within a really large corner plot into two flats and a new house. Following a successful pre app process, the permission saw the demolition of a series of outbuildings and an existing rear extension to allow for a larger, full width single storey rear extension and a two storey side extension with a dormer extension to enable the creation of three large units. The garden was reconfigured to provide separate amenity space for the units in conjunction with accessible on site car and cycle parking.