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. With a number of exciting new projects having started, or set to start on site, the Autumn months are set to be interesting.

We have just obtained full planning permission for proposals to renovate Shipley Glen Tramway – the oldest funicular tramway in Great Britain. We’ve also been appointed on a variety of new architectural commissions, householder extensions and renovations, in Otley, Rawdon & Horsforth in Leeds, and Apperley Bridge, Bingley and Baildon in Bradford.During August, we’ve also submitted two planning applications for residential refurbishments within the Ilkley Conservation Area, Ilkley, West Yorkshire.

Elsewhere, works have also recently started on a fabulous barn extension / conversion in Warley, near Halifax. The scheme mixtures traditional barn-style architecture, utilising timber weatherboarding, random stone and oak beams, with contemporary elements such as a frameless corner window, large double height kitchen space and aluminium standing seam roofing. Works are progressing well and we’re hoping to see the project completed early next year.

Of course, we’ll keep the blog updated and look forward to adding some as-built photographs into our “projects” section of this website soon. In the meantime, if you are considering an extension, renovation, new-build home or commercial architectural project, please get in touch via our contact form, and we’ll be delighted to speak to you about it.

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