Planning Success

May 15, 2017

Planning permission has now been granted for the conversion of dilapidated barn units into 4no traditional residential dwellings. The proposal seeks to positively enhance and restore the existing buildings so that they serve a purpose once again as habitable living spaces. 


All properties accommodate the following:

•       3no bedrooms including master bedroom with en-suite

•       Store/boot room

•       Family bathroom

•       Kitchen/Dining area

•       Lounge

•       Courtyard/garden space

•       Private off-street parking

The area is a designated Conservation Area and characterized by terraces of white rendered cottages with pan-tiled or slated roofs of varying pitch. The historic character and scale of the village buildings informs the design of the conversion of the existing units, which will incorporate traditional pitched roofs, slate tiles, stone, render and brick - to ensure they reflect and remain in keeping with other existing buildings within the village. The design of the dwellings follows the existing footprint and elevations reflecting the vernacular form of buildings throughout the conservation area. Original features on the High Street facing elevation, such as external materials, windows and chimney stacks will not be drastically altered, ensuring the present street scene will not be damaged and no architectural qualities of the site will be lost. 


It is set to be a very attractive development and we look forward to showing you the finished result in the near future. 











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Milbank Architects 

Architectural Services in North East England

Bradley Lodge, North Road, Dipton


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