planning application granted for new visitor centre

planning approval granted for new visitor centre

We have received planning permission for a new low energy visitor centre and rangers’ offices at Frensham Great Pond.  Working closely with the National Trust and Waverley Borough Council, we have produced a pair of buildings using straw bale construction and zinc roofs.

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planning application submitted for new house
We have recently submitted a planning application for this woodland house in Farnham.  Scale models
extension & refurbishment
These beautiful traditionally hand-made, jointed and pegged oak trusses are craned into position at

“We got planning! It’s all online. Thanks for your help in putting together a really good set of documents.”


Private Client, Kingston upon Thames
Extension to listed building

“One would always like cost to be kept to a minimum but we feel that we could have been charged a lot more, so we think the service was good value.”


Private client, Hampshire
New outbuilding

“Just been to the house and it’s looking great. Smiles all round from my point of view – looks awesome.”


Private Client, Surrey
New dwelling

Fabulous! Thanks so much. Really appreciate your expertise and support.

Private client, Surrey Extension to listed building.

“The council… would suggest this design and layout be adopted for other similar developments.”


Farnham Town Council
Comment on Planning Application

“The extension was the right decision, it looks great and the roof design makes it look as if it’s always been here. Great design!”


Private Client, Ascot
Small extension