We were approached by our clients back in 2013. They were looking at the potential of building a new dwelling on a vacant piece of land adjacent to their home in Bond Gate, Castle Donington.
Set within the heart of Castle Donington located in the town’s conservation area, this new build property has been designed to fit in with the surrounding environment. This is a split-level design taking into consideration the steep topography of the site constraints of the busy highway network.
The quality of materials used on this dwelling helped to integrate the building within the historic environment.
The planning process was quite involved. We had several discussions with the council’s conversation officer to find an acceptable solution concerning the appearance and materials used. Eventually, planning approval was achieved, which was a fantastic result bearing in mind the previous refusals on the site.