Traditional Single Storey Rear Extension to Victorian House

The problem

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What we did

The new addition was also intended to improve the flow of the existing entrance to the property.The new addition was also intended to improve the flow of the existing entrance to the property.The new addition was also intended to improve the flow of the existing entrance to the property.The new addition was also intended to improve the flow of the existing entrance to the property.The new addition was also intended to improve the flow of the existing entrance to the property.The new addition was also intended to improve the flow of the existing entrance to the property.

Colne, Cambs

On this project the client wanted to remove an existing conservatory and replace it with a kitchen / diner, with views over the rear garden.

The new addition was also intended to improve the flow of the existing entrance to the property.

The client did not have any specific design requirements beyond this, so we produced a number of concepts for them to consider, given the restraints of the site and also of the existing building.

Once an initial sketched idea was agreed upon and the details ironed out, we were able to complete our measured survey of the existing property and surrounding grounds allowing us to produce accurate planning drawings and gain the relevant planning permission.

After planning permission was obtained we produced building regulations documents and drawings to give the builders accurate information about materials and methods required to help ensure the completed building would be of a legal and safe standard and also fit for purpose.