Listed Buildings / Buildings in Conservation Areas…
Works to Listed Buildings, Buildings in Conservation Areas, Buildings in World Heritage Zones and Sites of Special Scientific Interest
Aditus regularly deals with listed buildings and works in conservation areas and World Heritage Zones across all types of development. We have established good working relationships with local conservation officers, archaeological officers and service providers and are versed in modern and traditional building techniques, enabling us to propose sensible and innovative solutions for developments where there are conflicting priorities between clients and statutory bodies. We always aim to maximise the design benefit for clients whilst balancing the need for conservation and enhancement of our country’s unique built heritage.
Selected Projects for Heritage Buildings and Locations:
2016: Waingatehead, Kirklinton – Design and approvals for a tree house holiday let.
Issues dealt with: Site of Special Scientific Interest and designated Ancient Woodland
2017 – current: Greensyke Court, Dalston – conversion and expansion of a traditional stone barn quadrangle for residential use for Lattimer Group.
Issues dealt with: extensive consultation with planning officer and conservation officer.
2018: Netherby Hall Orangery – restoration of cast-iron framed orangery and design of new gable at Netherby Hall.
Issues dealt with: recreation/design of suitable cast iron gable where original removed historically; liaison with blacksmiths/ traditional craftsmen and specialist glass fabricators.
2018: Haithwaite Farm – survey and assessment of farm steading and associate barns.
Issues dealt with: discovery of priest hole, liaison with county archeologist over rediscovery of lost Fortified House.
2019: Woodside Wreay – listed building consent application for replacement of nearly 30 windows on a Grade II listed lodge.
Issues dealt with – retrospective applications on behalf of new owners to correct previous owners’ oversight in replacing original windows with UPVC. Liaison with conservation officer and preparation and submission of Listed building consent application, production of large scale details and full schedules for replacement timber-framed windows and liaison with specialist fabricator.
2019/2020: The White Lion, Brampton – conversion and division of Grade 2 listed former public house into residential townhouse and medical practice.
Issues dealt with: extensive consultation with conservation officer, preservation of original features in design, planning applications, listed building consent applications & building control applications for three linked projects for same developer.
2020: Netherby Hall Walled Garden – design for remodelling, restoration and expansion of traditional Victorian walled garden, glasshouses and carriage drive at Netherby Hall.
Issues dealt with: Requirement for archaeological reports and liaison with archaeologists, design to suit buried features, applications for listed building consent.
2020: Wheelbarrow Hall – replacement windows for Grade II listed mansion house.
Issues dealt with: consultation with conservation officer and specialist window fabricators, application for listed building consent.
2021: New Tree House Holiday Let in Cistern Wood, on the Netherby Estate.
Issues dealt with: Application for planning permission in a designated Ancient Woodland, liaison with ecologists for bat surveys and tree surveys; design for low-impact foundations and construction techniques.
2021: Claygate House, Canonbie – new stable block.
Issues dealt with: retrospective applications for stable blocks adjacent to Grade B listed mansion.
2021: The Pheasant Inn, Cumwhitton – new holiday lets and expansion of public house.
Issues dealt with: consultations with planning officer and conservation officer over various façade options and preservation of principal elevations; effect on setting of a listed building; effect on public right of way.
2022: Arthuret House, Longtown – major new dwelling in open countryside.
Issues dealt with: extensive consultations with planning officers and conservation officer as is in very rural setting with the proposal potentially affecting the setting of Grade II* listed church & churchyard, Grade II listed well and is within a designated Battlefield.
2022: Sandbaggers Cottage – remodelling and extension of a former artist’s residence.
Issues dealt with: development within a world heritage site; liaison with country archeologist and archaeological consultants; development effecting setting of a listed building.
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Aditus Architectural Services
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