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Planning approved on contemporary home in Cotswold AONB

Cheltenham-based architects, coombes everitt has secured planning permission for a new low-energy home to be built in the grounds of a former manor house in a Cotswold village near Cirencester. The single storey residential dwelling design incorporates a green flat roof with Cotswold stone exterior walls, and an overhanging roof to ensure there is no…

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coombes:everitt help to deliver rural diversification across the Cotswolds

Following changes to the Class Q permitted development legislation, Cheltenham based architect, coombes:everitt, has been helping farmers, landowners and rural businesses identify the opportunities in their buildings. The architectural practice has redesigned underused agricultural buildings across the Cotswolds, to create new homes and business opportunities for their owners. Since the legislation came into effect, they…

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Luxury homes to enhance disused site in Cotswolds AONB

Working on behalf of Churcham Homes, Cheltenham based architects, coombes:everitt has secured planning approval for 26 luxury dwellings to be built on a former business park in the middle of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The new homes will regenerate a redundant brownfield site located in Ullenwood, overlooking the Cotswolds. A range of…

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14 new homes delivered for Sovereign Living

Mullins House, designed by coombes:everitt architects, has now been completed, delivering 14 quality new homes. The development purchased by Sovereign Living contains a mix of one and two bedroom apartments built to a high quality and design. With free flowing open plan living, high quality kitchens and large bathrooms these apartments offer their new residents…

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Coombes : everitt architects expands with new office and staff

Coombes : everitt architects has expanded its practice with a 40% increase in staff and moved into new larger offices in Cheltenham. Driven by increasing demand for its architectural services the firm has recently appointed four new members to its architectural team. The practice, which launched in 2010, has grown to become one of the…

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Ode to a willow tree – Architects create arboreal home in the Cotswolds

Cotswold architect, coombes:everitt, has secured planning permission for a new 4,500 ft contemporary home in Cowley, Gloucestershire. The new home will replace a poorly situated 1960s bungalow. Inspired by the weeping willow tree within its grounds, the aptly named Willow house has an 80-foot curved wall which wraps the house around the tree and its…

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