Cheshire Life: De­cem­ber 2018

Cheshire Life - - Homes & Interiors -

Em­brac­ing the fes­tive shade is sure to put a smile on your face

Through­out 2018 Hayes and Part­ners have con­tin­ued to build on their strong rep­u­ta­tion and out­stand­ing record of suc­cess in ob­tain­ing plan­ning per­mis­sion for dif­fi­cult sites, his­toric or Listed Build­ings.

The prac­tice’s ma­jor strength is their knowl­edge and ex­pe­ri­ence of the plan­ning process. In ev­ery project they max­imise the value of a site, find­ing de­vel­op­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties within the frame­work of lo­cal and na­tional plan­ning pol­icy.

This year Hayes and Part­ners have en­joyed many plan­ning triumphs; in­clud­ing per­mis­sion for a very large re­place­ment dwelling in Cheshire East, nine apart­ments in lieu of a sin­gle storey car deal­er­ship and seven af­ford­able dwellings within a Green Belt vil­lage in Cheshire West. They have also achieved con­sent for a con­tem­po­rary ru­ral con­ver­sion and farm dwelling, de­spite both be­ing within the Jo­drell Bank Con­sul­ta­tion Zone. Hayes and Part­ners has no ‘house style’. The prac­tice lis­tens to each in­di­vid­ual client’s brief, and re­sponds to the site con­text, views and ori­en­ta­tion. This leads to a di­verse range of ar­chi­tec­tural ap­proaches where no two de­signs are the same. This is ev­i­dent with their most re­cent projects and the ar­ray of styles cov­ered; from a neo Ge­or­gian brick and stone coun­try man­sion to a con­tem­po­rary alu­minium and glass barn con­ver­sion. What­ever the so­lu­tion – ver­nac­u­lar or mod­ern – you can trust Hayes and Part­ners homes to be the best ex­am­ples of their type.

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