Maltkiln Cottage – Ormskirk, Lancashire

Posted on January 17, 2014

LMP Architectural Consultants have overseen the conversion of this former 19th century piggery into luxury family holiday accommodation from concept to completion including existing survey, design, planning and building regulations.

You can view more information about Maltkiln Cottage and the other available holiday accommodation and facilities on the site by visiting the Crook Hall Farm Cottages website.

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Barn Owl Cottage – Ormskirk, Lancashire

Posted on October 17, 2013

LMP Architectural Consultants have overseen the conversion of this former barn into luxury family holiday accommodation from concept to completion including existing survey, design, planning and building regulations.

You can view more information about Barn Owl Cottage and the other available holiday accommodation and facilities on the site by visiting the Crook Hall Farm Cottages website.

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Barn Conversion – Standish, Lancashire

Posted on September 11, 2013

LMP Architectural Consultants have overseen the conversion of this former barn into a luxury family home from concept to completion including design, planning, building regulations and inspections.

As the property is currently for sale with Angela Burnett and Company, the following extract from the sales materials describes the property;

With stunning views to front and rear, this superb stone barn conversion, built to a high specification forms part of an exciting exclusive development. It was originally built in 1837, and rebuilt by the current owner in 1978, using the original materials where possible and retaining the historic period external features. This handsome barn has now been converted to a high specification residence with many additional features including a Westmorland green slate roof, hardwood doors and windows, hardwood staircases, and all internal doors are hardwood too…

You can find out more about this property by viewing its profile on the Rightmove website or by contacting the estate agent currently handling the sale, Angela Burnett and Company.

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Redrow Homes – Arcon Village, Horwich

Posted on March 29, 2012

LMP Architectural Consultants worked in conjunction with Redrow Homes to create their award winning residential development Arcon Village, which is situated in Horwich in the heart of Lancashire.

LMP were employed to provide a complete service throughout the development from design and planning, to building regulations and on-site supervision.

You can find out more information on this development by visiting the Redrow Homes Website.

As described by Redrow Homes in their amenity brochure; ‘Arcon Village, consisted of 18th century Grade II listed buildings, once part of the former bleach works, have been transformed into bespoke stone-built homes, complemented by sympathetically designed new-build properties. The whole site is classed as a Conservation Area and is situated in the green belt close to the West Pennine Moors, which is a protected area of special landscape.’

You can take a visual tour of the site, courtesy of Redrow TV, in the following video;

Following its completion, the Arcon Village development has claimed both the ‘Concept for Living Northern Design Awards – Best Conversion’ and ‘LABC North West Building Excellence Awards – Region’s Best Residential Conversion Award’ awards.

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Pringle Homes – Hazelwood Hall, Silverdale

Posted on February 27, 2012

LMP Architectural Consultants were employed to oversee Pringle Homes’ prestigious development at Hazelwood Hall in Silverdale through both the planning and building regulation stages along with subsequent inspections until completion.

As described on the Hazelwood Hall website; ‘Hazelwood Hall is a magnificent Victorian mansion set in 18.5 acres of mature woodland and gardens, on the edge of the village of Silverdale, Lancashire; a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty situated just 5 miles from junction 35 of the M6.

A triumphant example of period style, The Hall has been converted by Pringle Homes into twenty-one individually created luxury 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, for use as second-homes. The new apartments have been designed in a blend of classic and contemporary styles and wherever possible the original period features of the building have been retained or sensitively restored.

In addition to The Hall having undergone an impressive and extensive conversion, the grounds too have received much care and attention from Pringle Homes, who have painstakingly renovated the gardens to their original 1920s Thomas Mawson design.’

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