We have just completed a lovely project in Cheshire, incorporating a contemporary laminated timber framed extension on a traditional brick pair of cottages, creating large open plan living spaces. The extension sports a terned stainless steel roof.
As many of our clients will understand only too well, living in a Listed Building and altering it in any significant way can be challenging at the best of times. But when the building is too small to accommodate even the most humble of family living spaces, there can, in some cases, be an avenue of hope in the planning system.
We worked with one such building recently - a small, quirky Grade II listed lodge in Cheshire. The existing lodge provided the equivalent of just one room on each floor and had also had a ground floor ext...
Construction work has just started on the renovation and large extension to a beautiful period brick property in Cheshire, built in the style of nearby Arley Hall. The work will be complete late this year.
We recently went back to re-visit a project Mason Gillibrand completed more than 10 years ago in the village of Culcheth in Cheshire. The contemporary conversion of a steel framed ATCO building into high spec residential units has proved a great success.