Built in the late 19th Century, this barn conversion maximises the existing historic fabric to incorporate a double height glazed space with a mezzanine accessed via a spiral stair. The existing building was sympathetically repaired with traditional materials whilst the extension was designed to be a contrasting architectural element in terms of design and space. The extension sits along side the existing building comfortably with contemporary detailing delineating it from the host building.

For some agricultural buildings, formal Planning permission is not needed, instead a conversion route may be through a Class Q application under the General Permitted Development Order. Subject to a set list of requirements, some barns may be converted into offices and residential premises provided they meet the criteria set. Click on the link below to find out more: