New build replica home set in conservation area

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New build replica home set in conservation area

The planning process to achieve permission for this scale of replacement dwelling extended over two years and required two planning applications, given its sensitive location.
 
The planning authority is generally against new development on this main avenue as it is located within a Conservation Area. Therefore we were required to demonstrate that our proposed replacement dwelling was of greater quality than the building it would replace. This was done through having discussions, by presenting 3D models to show the new building fitting into its setting, and by ensuring that we detailed the external brickwork to match neighbouring properties as closely as possible.

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