This week we received planning approval for a bespoke domestic extension in the Stanton-by-Bridge conservation area.
We are delighted to receive approval for our bespoke extension proposals in Stanton-by-Bridge, in the South of Derbyshire.
The scheme has been designed to reflect the existing structure, whilst creating a modern open plan living space with a focus on bringing natural light into the space. The focal point of the extension is the new living kitchen dining space, which joins the two sides of the existing L-shaped dwelling. The project also incorporates a new basement access and further renovations to the existing property.
Located in the Stanton-by-Bridge conservation area, the flat roof and clean lines of the proposals emphasise and compliment the historic local character in a modern addition, which takes reference from its setting whilst avoiding the pastiche.
The proposals were positively received by the Local Planning Authority and have been granted approval without requirement for any design modification, a tribute to the sensitive design and supporting design narrative documentation. bespoke dwelling, leeds, niemen architects, residential extension