Plans approved for stunning new farmhouse & Agri buildings

Carr Farm | Thorney | Newark | Nottinghamshire

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    First Application: Approval for a Stunning SELF-BUILD HOME

    Full Planning Permission Granted – We’re delighted to have secured planning approval for a substantial new family home, including demolition of the existing cottage and outbuildings at Carr Farm near Thorney, Newark.

    Set in over 88 acres of farmland in beautiful north Nottinghamshire, this stunning site offers the perfect location for our client’s new home, with development set to start next year.

    Second Application: New Agri Shed - Using PD Rights

    Our second approval for this site (January 2023) sees plans agreed for development under Agricultural Permitted Development rights (Prior Approval Application) for a new 6,500sqft (608sqm) Agricultural Storage Barn.

    More investment in the local rural economy!

    Plans agreed for development under Agricultural Permitted Development rights for a new 6,500sqft (608sqm) Agricultural Storage Barn
    Another planning application success - plans approved for new Agri Store

    Third Application: Full Planning Permission for new farm stores

    Another successful planning application!  Our latest approval for Carr Farm sees full plans approved for a new agricultural store, our third successive planning approval in as many months for our clients at this Nottinghamshire site.

    Planning application approved - Thorney nr Newark Notts
    Planning application approved - Thorney nr Newark Notts

    Case Study:  How planning was achieved...

    With bespoke design from our in-house architectural specialists, the new property is taliored to the specific needs of our client and will deliver over 2,200sqft of living accommodation, maximising the picturesque outlook across the adjacent land. 

    In order to gain approval to develop in this sensitive open-countryside location, we first produced sketch proposals in conjunction with our client, before putting a detailed pre-application submission together to discuss the development with the local planning authority.

    The benefit of this approach was to establish an agreement with the planning officers over the principle of the new home, well before completing further detailed design work and the additional expense of the statutory technical assessments.

    Having received positive feedback on the plans, our client was then able to move forward with greater confidence, knowing that they were investing into a project that had a good chance of success.

    All planning consultancy and architectural design services were provided in-house, and in conjunction with trusted local specialist consultants (flood risk and ecology assessments) , to provide our client with a single point of contact from start to finish.  We look forward to continuing to work with them throughout the build, providing full support with their Building Control application and building regulations, during the demolition and construction phases.

    The services we provided for this project included: 

    • Client and site meetings to discuss their ideas and their family needs to identify the best options for the site
    • Sketch proposals and pre-application pack
    • Liaising with the local planning authority throughout
    • Full architectural design, scaled plans and preparation of the planning application
    • Planning Statement and Design & Access Statement
    • Appoint and manage Flood Risk, Ecological and Tree Consultants
    • Prepare and submit CIL forms, including self-build exemption
    • Building Control Application