A local homeowner recently was very pleased to have planning and listed building consent (LBC) renewed by Aylesbury Vale District Council for an extension to their home. The proposal involves demolishing a conservatory at the rear, and replacing it with a more attractive two-storey extension with a glazed link corridor. A new double garage and replacement for the porch has also been granted consent.
This application was a renewal of a previously consented application to the local authority: as the three year statutory expiry of permission was approaching without work beginning, we were able to make a strong case for renewal of the planning and listed building consent.
The homeowner was very pleased to hear about the renewal of consent and commented “Great news! Thanks so much for your help with this application.” It is hoped that work will shortly begin on the home extension project.
PCMS are very excited to be appearing in Sarah Beeny’s new Channel 4 property show Double your House for Half the Money. The episode of the series, to be screened on Tuesday 18th September, features the story of how a family set about creating their perfect family home in the village of Easington, near Long Crendon in Buckinghamshire.
Their late 19th century farm workers cottage was in a fantastic rural location, but was much smaller than required for the growing Croft-Baker family. PCMS stepped in to project manage the build which includes a rear extension, side extension and extensive internal alterations. The number of bedrooms was doubled to four, a family bathroom and large new en suite was installed and a large and flexible kitchen / dining / living space was created by extending to the side of the house.