PLANNING CONSENT

Planning Permission for an Extension and a Gardener’s Store

Victoria Holland Architecture has just been granted a Planning Consent for a new bedroom wing extension at Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice,  in West Sussex. The new bedroom wing will accommodate four new bedrooms plus one dedicated baby room, bathrooms, a storage room, office space and meeting rooms. The intention is to create a comfortable and homelike environment, where terminally ill and disabled children can be cared for and their parents can relax, using traditional forms which sit sympathetically within the rural landscape.

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LISTED BUILDING CONSENT

Listed Building Consent in the National Park

Victoria Holland Architecture has now been awarded Planning Permission & Listed Building Consent for alterations to a Grade II Listed Dwelling in Wepham, a flint cottage in a Sussex village. The approval is for internal notifications to enlarge and renovate the existing kitchen and to rebuild the existing wood store and extend it to the rear to form a home office. The proposal will provide for a more functional internal arrangement with an extension designed to harmonize with the existing cottage.

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LISTED BUILDING CONSENT

Listed Building Consent for an Extension to an Existing Town House

Planning & Listed Building Consent has just been granted by Arun District Council for an extension to a Grade II Listed Building in Arundel. The works include for an en-suite shower room at first floor level.  The proposal will improve the usage of the dwelling, whilst respecting the historic fabric of the building.

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PLANNING NOTICE

Planning Permission for an Extension to an Existing Village Dwelling

Planning consent has just been granted by Chichester District Council for a rear extension to an existing property in Fittleworth. The property, which is the original Fittleworth school house dating from the early 1800’s. is a non-designated heritage asset. The intention is to renovate the property throughout, restore the original joinery and replace an existing uPVC extension with one of timber joinery and brickwork. The proposal will improve the plan layout on both floors, allow for more natural light to enter the house and an improved relationship with the garden.

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PLANNING NOTICE

Chichester District Council award Planning Permission for a Replacement Dwelling

Planning consent has just been granted for demolition of an existing dwelling on Spinney Lane, Itchenor near Chichester and the construction of a new family house with replacement outdoor swimming pool, changing facilities, terrace and garage. The replacement house will maintain the same orientation as the existing dwelling and take into account views across the harbour.  The emphasis will be on sustainability and energy efficiency with a building which responds sympathetically to the local vernacular.

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Grade II* Listed Building Kitchen Addition

Project Completion 

A kitchen addition, designed by Victoria Holland Architecture, to a Grade II* Listed elegant 18th Century town house in West Sussex, has recently been completed and is now is full use by it’s residents. The addition accommodates a new kitchen and a bright breakfast room which opens out to the garden. Further images of the project can now be viewed in our portfolio.

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Arundel Festival Lecture

Lecture by Timothy Mowl, hosted & sponsored by VHA

Victoria Holland Architecture was honored to sponsor and host a lecture by Timothy Mowl, ‘Garden and Landscape in the Novels of Jane Austen’, on Wednesday the 23rd August as part of Arundel Festival. The lecture was well attended, tickets sold out well in advance and guests enjoyed drinks afterwards. Timothy Mowl, Emeritus Professor in the History of Architecture and Designed Landscape at the University of Bristol, has written widely on historic landscapes and gardens. Timothy discussed the importance of the created environments in Jane Austen’s novels and set them against contemporary garden fashions.

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PLANNING NOTICE

Planning Permission for a Remodelling Project

Planning consent has just been granted for renovation and internal remodelling at a beautiful rural location at West Stoke. The brief is to renovate the property throughout and carry out several internal alterations as well as creating additional windows and dormers. The intention is to provide a more sustainable family friendly home whilst retaining the integrity of the original building and respecting the ethos of the original design. The proposal will allow for more natural light to enter the house, as well as to enhance and conserve the original building for the future.

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LISTED BUILDING CONSENT

Listed Building Consent in the National Park

Victoria Holland Architecture has now been awarded Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for an extension to Bumble Bee Cottage, a flint cottage in a Sussex village. The approval is for the construction of a single storey extension to the existing Grade II listed dwelling in exactly the same style as the original building in order to provide a more functional space.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO ADRIANA

Maternity Cover

Congratulations to our Senior Architect Adriana upon the arrival of her beautiful baby.  Adriana is now on maternity leave and is being replaced by Architect Inigo Aranguena, whom we welcome onto the team.

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