Author Archives: Andy

blog: a guide to permitted development…

Here at Mash Architecture, many of our projects constitute works which are classed as Permitted Development. This means that Planning Permission is not necessary for the works, which is often an attractive proposition for many clients. Many people are unaware … Continue reading

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blog: latest news for August / September 2019…

As August draws to a close, the final bank holiday of the summer is behind us, and the Autumn shift looms large, strangely enough, we’re looking forward to the prospect of darker nights and shorter days here at Mash Architecture. … Continue reading

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blog: latest news for June 2019…

June looks set to be another interesting and varied month for us here at Mash Architecture. We’ve recently submitted a planning application for the renovation and refurbishment of Shipley Glen Cable Tramway, in Baildon, West Yorkshire – the oldest funicular … Continue reading

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blog: Mash chosen to help with local heritage project…

We were pleased to submit a planning application last week, which involved proposals to extend and renovate Shipley Glen Cable Tramway. The Shipley Glen Cable Tramway is the oldest working cable tramway in Great Britain. Dating from 1895, it was … Continue reading

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we are currently moving offices…

We are in the process of moving office, and we will be fully operational in our new office on Monday 3rd December 2018. We will update the website and Google with our new office landline accordingly. The new address is: … Continue reading

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blog: latest news for November 2018…

November is set to be another interesting month for us here at Mash Architecture. A number of new architectural commissions have found their way on to the drawing board, and these include an internal renovation of an old Coach House … Continue reading

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blog: an alternative to extending; a basement conversion…

An architectural guide to basement conversions… What do you do if you want to extend your home, but your garden or the land surrounding your home is too restricted allow it? Or, perhaps your loft is too shallow to allow … Continue reading

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blog: extending your home – the benefits of architectural design…

The benefits of Architectural Design Before you moved into your home, you’d probably want to customise it to your own tastes and preferences. However, whilst designing your home is can be a lot of fun, it also involves a lot … Continue reading

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blog: the benefits of extending your home…

Extending your home can transform your lifestyle and add significant value to your property. With some careful planning and expert design, extending is a positive investment; almost always increasing the value of your home by more than the costs involved. … Continue reading

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Ilkley renovation project nearing completion…

We’re excited to see one of our larger and more complex whole-house renovation and extension projects, in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, nearing completion. This was an Architectural commission which we started work on towards the end of 2016 and which has … Continue reading

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