blog: latest news for may 2012

April has been a very busy month for us (so much so that we’ve neglected the website a little bit) and has seen some great progress for a number of our architectural projects which are currently on site. Our pub & restaurant refurbishment / major extension near Otley, Leeds is now approaching completion, with the bar about to be installed on site in the next couple of weeks. The works have been undertaken by NRG Developments of Ilkley, who have so far carried out a fantastic job. Our contemporary house in East Morton, Bradford, (adjacent to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal) is also taking shape fast and is due to be completed during early summer, and our huge four-storey extension in Oakworth (between Skipton and Bradford) is now practically complete, with some professional photographs due to be commissioned in the coming weeks.

In addition to the above, we have recently secured full planning consent for a pair of stone-built, yet contemporary semi-detached houses in Cottingley, Bingley, and works are due to start on the construction drawings imminently. We were required to provide a good deal of information to Bradford Planners in respect of this application, in the form of flood risk assessments and the like, in order to satisfy them that our proposals were suitable, as there is an open water-course within the site. This will be made into an attractive garden feature and no doubt progress photographs will be uploaded over the coming months as works commence.

In terms of projects on the drawing board, we have developed plans for a multi-unit residential scheme in south Bradford over recent weeks, with a planning application imminent, and are also in the process of developing construction drawings for a delightful new-build house in Baildon, near Bradford, for which we obtained planning permission some time ago. In terms of new architectural commissions, we have recently been appointed on several new residential projects in Baildon, as well as Moortown and Roundhay in Leeds……..


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