Yearly archives: 2019

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Angel Architecture's Christmas Lunch

News update for December

Earlier this month, Angel Architecture associates got together for our Christmas lunch, minus Peter Child who sadly could not make it. The venue was RISE in West Bay. From left to right are Karen Carrington, Kim Sankey, Miranda Martineau, Jon Waterhouse and Dan Wilkinson. Angel Architecture has been working on small and large projects throughout November, including application for planning permission 19/02440/HOU and listed building consent 19/02441/LBC for Roseview, Coker Marsh, East Coker, Somerset, approved on 19th November, for new windows at the rear, a new staircase, new first floor partition, fire proofing of the roof void and installation of […]

Autumn Cottage - Grade II thatched cottage in Dunkeswell, Devon

What we’re working on this month: October

We are pleased to confirm that we will be leading more mentoring of UWE students in January 2020. This year’s students produced some fantastic work, as Director Kim Sankey observed at the Degree Show in the summer. Upcoming projects include The Limes, pictured above, as well as Autumn Cottage, a charming Grade-II listed thatched property in Dunkeswell. Autumn Cottage is a retrospective application for listed building consent and planning permission for a summer house, a car port and two woodburning stoves and an external oil fired boiler. This property was originally a C19th century pair of cottages, converted into one […]

What we’re working on this month: September

We are delighted to be assisting the conversion of a Grade II listed timber framed, brick infill, single volume thatched building into a bespoke and unique unit of holiday accommodation close to the Pig at Combe (Gittisham). The Bakery’s precise historic significance cannot be established, it is undoubtedly forms part of the village’s history, having stood in the village centre since at least 1838. Also, The Thatch, Evershot, a Grade II listed vernacular artisan farmworkers cottage located behind the Parish Church, was granted LBC and Planning approval to remove inappropriate roof strengthening measures and providing more sympathetically sized and pragmatic design […]

Rose Cottage in Wootton Fitzpaine, pictured in the 1930s

What we’re working on this month: August

Pictured above: Rose Cottage in Wootton Fitzpaine, photographed in the 1930s We have now achieved Listed Building Consent and Planning Permission for Rose Cottage in Wootton Fitzpaine (pictured above), which requires sympathetic improvements by the new owners. We also have two exciting new commissions. The first is to prepare an application for Listed Building Consent for the former Alcove Hotel on Marine Parade in Lyme Regis. The second is to prepare a second application and appeal against refusal of Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for Tarrant Ruston House.