ARCHITECTS, INTERIOR AND LANDSCAPE DESIGNERS
Planning Permission has been granted for a new house in Norfolk, for our clients.
Permission was granted under clause 79e of the NPPF which requires a truly outstanding design, reflecting the highest standards in architecture and helping to raise standards of design more generally in rural areas; significantly enhancing its immediate setting, and sensitive to the defining characteristics of the local area.
Our clients want to create a modern, environmentally sustainable residence while maintaining the imposing classical style of nearby Norfolk properties. The house will be fronted with a range of material local to the region, including clunch, a white limestone; a buff limestone; red brick laid in Flemish bond, and knapped flint. Landscaping plans pledge the planting of almost 6,000 trees to create a 13-acre native woodland around the site, and wildflower meadows and wetland habitats will be created to encourage biodiversity.