Coolington Barn
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by Clare Nash
4M ago
Barn Conversion and Re-build of ‘hovels’ (open sided small barns) around the yard were granted permission. The hovels created space for more bedrooms and garaging/workshop. The post Coolington Barn appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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Can I extend a barn conversion?
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by Clare Nash
7M ago
Can I extend a barn conversion? In general planners have a dislike for barn conversion extensions. Most councils have policies that effectively exclude them. But there are some exceptions. Generally as barns are in open-countryside, new-build is not an option. However re-building former barns can sometimes be allowed with significant justification to the planning authority. […] The post Can I extend a barn conversion? appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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Listed Barn Conversion
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by Clare Nash
7M ago
Can I convert a listed barn? In most cases listed barn conversions make beautiful and characterful homes. But just like with other listed buildings, there will be more restrictions than usual on what you are allowed to do. Notwithstanding the barn will need to be in reasonable condition for conversion. If it is in very […] The post Listed Barn Conversion appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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Do barn conversions need planning permission?
Clare Nash Architecture Green Blog
by Clare Nash
7M ago
Do barn conversions need planning permission? If the barn is listed or in a conservation area (like the one pictured above – you can read more about that one here) then you will need to use the planning permission route and it will be more complex. But do all barn conversions need planning permission? In […] The post Do barn conversions need planning permission? appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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What is the Average Cost of a Barn Conversion?
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by Clare Nash
1y ago
What is the Average Cost of a Barn Conversion? What is the average cost of a barn conversion and other questions answered by barn conversion expert Clare Nash. Can I convert my barn into a dwelling? Mostly the answer is yes if it is relatively intact, has three or more sides and was formerly used […] The post What is the Average Cost of a Barn Conversion? appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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6 Self-Build Plots
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by Clare Nash
1y ago
We have been working on creating self-build plots for family members of a landowner and for market sale. The post 6 Self-Build Plots appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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Replacement Farmyard Housing Project
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by Clare Nash
1y ago
We were approached by a developer looking to build eight houses on the site of an old farmyard in Cambridgeshire.  The intention was that young families looking to move out of the city could settle down here. The post Replacement Farmyard Housing Project appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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Small Extension to Maximise Space and Light
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by Clare Nash
1y ago
This small extension had the sole but vital purpose of maximising space and light. The existing house was dark. Particularly the kitchen, which was small and difficult to access from the rest of the house. Additionally disabled access and a wet room were needed. The post Small Extension to Maximise Space and Light appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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Cottage Remodel
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by Clare Nash
1y ago
This project was about increasing light to an existing rear extension and the rooms within, as well as maximising access to the beautiful garden and view beyond. The post Cottage Remodel appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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Modern Extension and Disabled Access
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by Clare Nash
1y ago
This modern extension required disabled access, due to illness and the necessity to potentially accommodate a wheelchair in the future. The garden was steeply sloping so we carefully designed a ramp to make access beautiful and practical (with raised herb beds) rather than clinical. The post Modern Extension and Disabled Access appeared first on Clare Nash Architecture ..read more
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