New project in Netheredge Conservation Area

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New project about to go in for Planning Permission soon, located in the Netheredge Conservation Area in Sheffield. This is no ordinary Conservation Area as an Article 4 Direction has been enforced by Sheffield City Council which means all Permitted Development rights have been removed so small extensions, replacement windows and doors, replacement driveways and similar small works all need Planning Permission before starting. This means the Conservation Area has special architectural merit and urban planning / streetscape qualities worth keeping or only changing with careful management.

This complex project involves sensitive refurbishment, extensive internal remodelling, replacement doors and windows and a single storey rear extension. The front of the building facing the road will maintain the historic fabric of the area with timber framed replacement windows while the back of the house will be extended and changed to ultra-modern open plan kitchen + dining + living spaces. The rear extension features large areas of glass and an ‘open’ corner so the roof appears to float over the top with the rendered wall wrapping around on each side.

Watch this space for future updates!

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