OSP provided architectural and planning services to help this private client successfully gain consent for the construction of a replacement two-storey dwelling with rooms in the roof, attached garage and associated landscaping, gates and parking, following demolition of the existing dwelling.
The application site is located to the north of Dartnell Avenue, roughly 0.7 miles to the east of West Byfleet Town Centre, on a plot which is approximately 0.19 hectares.
The proposed development will replace the existing dwelling with a high quality detached house, which will have a positive impact on the visual amenity of the local area. The proposed dwelling is traditional in style with steeply pitched roofs, bay windows, chimneys and a gable, constructed out of brick, render and hanging tile with plain clay tiles on the roof and painted timber windows and doors.
The development seeks to be sustainable in its broad sense, with the incorporation of sustainability features in its layout, built form and resource use. The scheme will deliver a safe and inclusive development, which protects and enhances the natural resources of the site.
OSP worked closely with the Council to overcome a number of objections against the proposed development and the application received approval at Committee. Following the successful application, an application to amend the approved dwelling and provide an additional room in the roofspace above the garage was submitted and subsequently approved.