Progress on site is well underway this week at the Grade ll listed, Farmhouse Garage Project. Muckaway has been removed from site and excavations complete.
Part One. New Self-Build Passivhaus gets planning approval in Wiltshire’s Green belt and AONB
Why build a Low Energy home? With ever increasing fuel bills it makes economic sense but there are other big advantages to building a house in a sustainable way…..
If you need some help with your kitchen design ideas look no further. The heart of the home, most of us spend a lot of time in them, so getting the design right is critical…..
Progress is going well on site at the Old Beer House this week, the contemporary barn extension is constructed and the glazing has now been installed.
Planning Permission granted for a new Cafe at Bath City Farm. Hetreed Ross have worked with clients to design a sustainable cafe selling farm produce. Following a successful public consultation planning approval was granted on 26th April 2018.
What makes a good bathroom? If you are planning a new bathroom see our Pinterest page for inspiration. Carefully designed lighting and the correct choice of sanitaryware and finishes can make all the difference.
‘Why do I need an architect?’ or ‘What does an architect actually do?’ Hetreed Ross, architects in Bath answer your questions and explain why it is a good idea to employ the services of a qualified professional to help you with your building project.
Site Progress: Nearing completion at the Grade II* listed manor house. Fireplace installed and ready for finishing touches.
As well as making a room feel cosy a fire can, with some special features, provide a sustainable additional energy source for heating hot water and other areas in the house.
Site progress being made in Taunton, on a mid-terrace Victorian house. Designed to infill the under-utilised side courtyard, to create a large, bright, multi-functional living space.
Following a positive public consultation process last month, Hetreed Ross Architects have submitted planning this week for the proposed new café at Bath City Farm.
RIBA Chartered Architects and Environmental Designers, for Bath, Bristol, Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Dorset and the South West. AECB, EASA and Green Register members.