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 tramway in Britain – which has been met with a great deal of enthusiasm and encouragement locally. We’re also awaiting planning approvals for a reconfiguration of an existing bungalow in Horsforth, Leeds, in order to create a large, modern, two storey, family home, along with a very traditional, stone-constructed kitchen / dining extension in Bingley, near Bradford.

In terms of new Architectural projects, we’ve also been appointed on a spectacular barn conversion in Warley, near Halifax, a large extension, loft conversion and whole house refurbishment in Ilkley, West Yorkshire, and extensions / refurbishments of homes in Otley, Baildon and Rawdon, near Leeds.

We also have a number of Architectural projects nearing completion on site, and we look forward to posting completed photographs in our Projects pages imminently.

If you are thinking of undertaking an extension, renovation or refurbishment project, or if you are looking to build a new house, please feel free to contact us via our website, and we will be happy to provide a no-obligation free consultation and quote.

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One Response to blog: latest news for June 2019…

  1. Matthew Kennedy says:

    Good afternoon,

    We have been considering creating a two-storey extension our home on Grosvenor Road in Moorhead (BD18) for a while and would appreciate it if we could get some of your expert advice and help in taking it further.

    I believe you may have helped with the planning on a similar property further up our road:

    We have a fairly good idea of what we want in terms of an extension and layout internally, however some advice around better utilising the space would be welcome. Our main concern is that due to the lack of width of the drive, any extension would more than likely have to go all the way up to the boundary wall with our neighbour, and again this is where some expert advice would be welcome.

    Many Thanks

    Matthew Kennedy
    07974 436179

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