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Permitted development was applied for and gained for this sumptuous loft conversion. Accommodating just one bedroom and en-suite, it has excellent space and fantastic views over the Pevensey levels, coming particularly from the circular dormer allowing panoramic views with its all-round glazing. The whole property has benefited from a re-roof and new tile hanging to the external walls with a new canopy and porch and oak uprights being added to the gable elevation.
Planning permission was given for a substantial 2 storey side extension over an existing garage and an orangery to the rear. The extension had a dual purpose with a lift fitted to allow for disabled access to the new bedroom with en-suite on the first floor and a second floor bedroom with mezzanine floor to accommodate the sleeping and dressing area with a bathroom on the first floor.
Permitted development was applied for and gained to convert the existing double garage into an annexe with a side extension providing a spacious lounge.
Double garage conversion, including workshop, into bedroom (with en-suite and walk-in wardrobe) and galley kitchen with utility area. Side extension providing lounge and porch.
A former tack room that was granted planning permission to be converted into a two bedroom dwelling, which was also granted a further single storey extension to the rear.
Planning permission was applied for and granted, for the oak clad eyebrow window that sits perfectly on the roofline of this 1950s bungalow, with the picturesque South Downs behind. It really captures the use of the delicate curves and lines of the eyebrow. Permitted development was also applied for and granted for the side and rear dormers.