Construction of the two storey extension and renovation of the existing house continue at Private dwelling in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Stanley Partnership has received planning for a ground floor refurbishment and modern extension to a Victorian house in Cheltenham. The Clients approached our practice asking for an open plan, single storey extension, using modern building techniques and materials. We took the view to extend vertically and also to allow a link between the first floor landing and the new Kitchen / Dining space, which also enables the Client to make the most of the beautiful vistas available from the rear of the property.
Before and during the demolition stage at Private dwelling in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Stanley Partnership have received planning approval for a proposed 2-storey office building, for a commercial Client. The building is located on the company’s land and has been designed to reflect the influence of a previous, adjacent structure, designed by us in the 1980’s for the same Client. It is an oak-framed, timber-clad structure with a first floor within the roof space. It will be positioned next to the river and be connected to the previous building via a timber footbridge.
Stanley Partnership has obtained approval for the extensive renovation and extension of a private dwelling in area in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. An existing 1930s two storey house on a beautiful plot in south Cheltenham the house will be transformed from an outdated, convoluted property with dark spaces, into a light airy, modern & flowing residence.
Stanley Partnership have received planning approval for extending and renovating an existing dwelling for a private Client in Cheltenham. The design has extended out two storeys at the rear and created a large open family space for the current owners to enjoy the large rear garden.
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Stanley partnership were commissioned to over come a problem that a Client had with the storage of his car collection, once he moved to a new property. After months negotiating with Cheltenham borough council we have received planning for a retractable garage that can store up to six cars. The garage is entered via a split level drive to reduce the overall height of the garage when when fully raised and will also rotate to allow easy manoeuvring of the vehicles.