Another planning approval this week for a new build house on a challenging green belt site in Leighton Buzzard. The new building footprint collates and replaces existing outbuildings on the site to satisfy planning policy. A simple timber clad and tiled roof aesthetic gives an agricultural appearance to the proposal.
The plan for the building is consciously orientated south in order to minimise overlooking of the adjacent existing house. The house incorporates flexible open-plan living located off an entrance hallway space. A bedroom wing runs down the eastern boundary with windows and views out to the garden.
You can see the project case study here.
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