How to build quickly

How to build quickly

How you can get your building project completed quickly without cutting corners? Hetreed Ross, architects in Bath explain and answer your questions

Planning consent for wave garden

Planning consent for wave garden

We have obtained planning consent for a wave garden and other landscape alterations at Corsley House, a C18 grade 2 listed manor house in Wiltshire

How to Make Your House More Spacious

How to Make Your House More Spacious

The most obvious way of gaining more space in a home is to build an extension, but there may be another option. Sometimes you can just remodel your home interior to provide you with a cost effective way of adding extra room. 

On Site: Contemporary poolside pavilion

On Site: Contemporary poolside pavilion

Construction started on site this week for a contemporary new poolside pavilion in Somerset. The new building will create social space, changing facilities, storage and plant to serve a renovated natural swimming pool.

Conservation of the Narrative: Mill House

Conservation of the Narrative: Mill House

Mill house suffered considerable damage to its historic fabric prior to its listing… a careful approach to to conservation of any remaining historic fabric was required…One thing that did survive before it could be destroyed was the flooring to the attic rooms.

On Site: North Road Bath

On Site: North Road Bath

Progress on site is well underway this week at North Road, Bath. The proposal is for annex space at ground floor level with a large home office space above.

Planning: Replacement Dwelling

Planning: Replacement Dwelling

Planning Permission granted this week for a replacement dwelling of 50% Volume Increase in Wiltshire’s Green Belt and Cotswold Area if Outstanding Natural Beauty.

On Site: Listed Farmhouse Garage

On Site: Listed Farmhouse Garage

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.

Hetreed Ross Architects are RIBA Chartered Architects and Environmental Designers, for Bath, Bristol, Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Dorset and the South West. AECB, EASA and Green Register members.

© Hetreed Ross Architects 2017

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