Monthly Archives: March 2014

Going…going…

After just three days, the courtyard is already looking radically different. Most of the cattle shed has gone, as has the corrugated garage and the roof above the old dairy. We reckon there’s about two tonnes of asbestos which will … Continue reading

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Under starter’s orders

After receiving planning permission…it’s time to make a start. There are some things we need further approval for but there are certain things we can get on with and one of the first is to remove the ugly, purpose-built cattle … Continue reading

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Another peak

We might have scaled the planning permission mountain but when we reached the top we soon realised there were more peaks on the horizon. Yes, the planners have agreed in principle to our proposals but the devil is very much … Continue reading

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Happy days…

Two years after we bought the property, countless meetings with council officials, architects and planners, redrafts, compromises, sleepless nights and anguish…we have finally been granted planning permission for our barn redevelopment project. Details will still need to be agreed and … Continue reading

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