‘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.
We are pleased to have obtained Planning and Listed Building Consent achieved for conversion of listed farm buildings into self-contained holiday lets & family home, at Woodcock Farm, South Gloucestershire.
Planning permission, obtained for a new sustainable house in the Combe Down Conservation Area of Bath. Located at the rear of an historic Bath property, the house is designed to minimise its impact and provide light and spacious accommodation.
Public Consultation this week, for the proposed Hetreed Ross designed new café. The proposal is designed to replacing their kiosk café to create a local community hub enhancing both the function and setting of the farm.
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.
HRA office site visit today; Great seeing progress on site of this Grade II* listed manor house. IQ Glass installed this week looking very minimal and elegant. Juxtaposing beautifully against the historic fabric of the house.
Hetreed Ross have obtained many planning approvals for alterations to properties in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This eco refurb improves insulation and air tightness which will make the home more economical and comfortable.
We are pleased to have obtained planning permission this week for a side and rear, single storey timber framed extension in Calne. The extension is for a timber framed extension opening on to an angular timber-decked veranda.