Lilly Lewarne are pleased to announce that we have gained planning consent for three new dwellings in the small hamlet of Trenance, near St. Issey, Wadebridge. After a lengthy planning process and a change in planning policy with the new Cornwall Local plan three new dwellings in this area of the hamlet became a real possibility. The houses are traditional in feature, using local stone facing and slate roofs each with their own gardens and parking. The main aim of the client was to re-use an old unused site for the benefit of the area by creating houses for local people.
Lilly Lewarne Practice are pleased to have recently obtained outline planning permission for a sensitive residential development of 4 dormer bungalows on the edge of Perranwell Station.
Following a collaborative period of negotiations with Cornwall Council and careful assemblage of investigative reports, with the support of the Parish Council permission was granted for the proposals.
We were particularly gratified to receive the following feedback from our client:
“Thank you Mark, we are obviously delighted with this outcome and may I immediately acknowledge the hard work that you, James and the team have put in to enable us to reach this point. Your guidance and assistance to navigate the Planning Process was undoubtedly the key to a favourable decision and we are very grateful for this.”
Lilly Lewarne Practice Chartered Architects Truro are delighted to announce the successful outcome of an appeal to the Secretary of State for Cornwall Council’s refusal of a householder planning application for the extension and alterations to an existing dwelling at Higher Rosevine on the Roseland Peninsular, Cornwall.
We wish our client every success in their future development of their project.
We are excited to announce that the second phase of our “Fairglen Eco Homes” project with Percy Williams & Sons has been submitted for detailed planning. The first phase of 8 private and 5 affordable homes set a very high benchmark for the region in 2007, and was in the words of the Carbon Trust :
“an exemplar low-energy development that far exceeds the energy standards for Code for Sustainable Homes level 4, individual houses achieving reductions in carbon emissions of up to 75%.”
Ten years on we are now looking to go even further with Phase 2. The scheme will provide 17 new family homes built to the Passivhaus standard to hopefully achieve over 80% lower heating bills (over a standard build), potentially even higher reductions in carbon emissions and outstanding indoor comfort all year round. Construction is due to commence early 2016.
Lilly Lewarne recently obtained planned Planning permission for this contemporary dwelling in Penelewey. The client wanted a contemporary family house with intimate connections with the external landscaping. It is due to start on site in July.