Having not visited the property for some time due to the pandemic, we are delighted to now share images of the stunning transformation of this Grade II Listed Farmhouse with C16th origins following extension, internal and external alterations, repair, restoration and refurbishment.
Nye Saunders provided partial architectural services in preparing the concept and design work and then applying for Planning and Listed Building Consent. Once granted, the client organised their own building contractor and oversaw the works to completion.
Obtaining Planning and Listed Building consent was something of a challenge, firstly due to the property being inside the Green Belt, and thus the total amount of development being restricted, and secondly due to the building’s Listed status.
Nye Saunders worked with D&M Planning of Godalming to secure consent for the extensions by ‘trading off’ an old 1950s outbuilding which was in close proximity, hidden behind a large hedge which also affected the setting and character of the Listed Building. Nye Saunders dealt with the Listed Building element of the application working closely with two different Conservation Officers during the design stage and also providing a detailed Heritage Impact Assessment.
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