We’re in Scottish Field magazine!

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It’s always exciting to see one of our projects in print! February issue of Scottish Field Mag for our underground wedding venue

Renovation of Award-winning ‘Sanctuary Cafe’

Posted by & filed under Commercial, redevelopment, Planning, local community, Charity, Awards, CB3, Retro-fit, CB3 Design Architects, refurbishment, Alterations & Extension, charity & good causes, insulate, Lymm, Village, Practice, Warrington Borough Council.

We are really pleased to have helped the award-winning Lymm Sanctuary Café obtain planning permission for the refurbishment, part rebuild, and extension of their existing premises. The existing building is part of a 1960’s extension to the Lymm United Reformed Church, and has been in need of upgrading for a number of years. As a… Read more »

Happy Halloween!

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Even when we’re busy we’ve managed to ‘carve out’ some time for some cb3-themed pumpkins! Happy Halloween!

Grade II* Listed Mill has Future

Posted by & filed under Manchester, Greater Manchester, housing developments, redevelopment, Practice, Planning, CB3, CB3 Design Architects, refurbishment, cb3 design, Residential development.

cover page of an architects journal article about planning permission granted for a grade 2 listed building

Cb3 are delighted that Rochdale Council has granted planning permission for the Grade II listed ‘Crimble Mill’.The iconic, rurally located, former spinning mill on the outskirts of Heywood, Rochdale was constructed circa 1825. Cb3, as part of an extensive project team, which includes Redwater Developments Ltd, CJ Partnership Environmental Architects, Blackett Ord Conservation Engineering, GLD… Read more »

Extending into the Garden

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Two storey rear extension with garden views

With the weather coming good this September, we are looking back at a project completed last year as an example of making the most of Garden connections when planning an extension. As part of a wider project to reconfigure the property, the multi level garden provides a great aspect for views and forming room connections… Read more »

Planning Fees

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From 2nd May Planning Fee Charges will increase for most planning applications in England & Wales. The ‘Planning Portal’ online submission system will increase their service charge to £64 (from £32.20) For more information on this, please click HERE.

Building Regulations Deadlines

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Several areas of Building Regulations in England & Wales were revised during 2022. For home extension and alteration works, this primarily concerns thermal performance and ventilation. For new homes or alterations to flats etc, this may also concern design to mitigate overheating and requirements for electric car charging points. Please note Building Regulations Deadlines which… Read more »

New Year housekeeping

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RIBA chartered architects

Kicking 2023 off to a positive start, by getting both our RIAS (Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland) and RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) chartered architects profile up to date, if you fancy having a look. RIBA – Lymm Office RIBA – Peebles Office RIAS